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Croft Additive Manufacturing Limited

Croft Additive Manufacturing Limited

K74.

WA36BL Warrington, Cheshire
United Kingdom
www.croftam.co.uk

Croft Additive Manufacturing is a specialist company that provides Stainless Steel 316L metal additive manufactured (AM) components to a range of different industries.

Based in Warrington, England, Croft offers an innovative and flexible approach to supplying Customers with AM products, and has already supplied sectors including: Motorsport, Aerospace and Defence sector.

Benefits of the additive process, such as part weight reduction, multi-part to single component and expanded design capabilities, allow our customers to re-think their approach to their designs in order to improve the efficiency, utility or aesthetics of their parts or to deliver other supply chain advantages.

Supported by more than 30 years’ experience in the engineering industry, we are able to work with customers on their specific request, ensuring that the AM technology is fully utilised.

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  • New workshop is ‘spilling the beans’ on additive manufacturing

    Croft Additive Manufacturing (CAM) has launched a new industry workshop to support those wanting to find out more about metal 3D printing and its benefits.

    Attendees will be given a detailed introduction to the fundamentals of metal additive manufacturing (AM) as well as a chance to get ‘hands-on’ with the production process, from initial concept stage through to the finishing of components.
    CAM will be delivering its workshop from the company’s Warrington headquarters, within its metal additive manufacturing production facility. Company directors – Neil Burns MBA and Louise Geekie PhD – will run the course, sharing expert advice on how 3D printing technology can benefit businesses within a range of sectors.

    Louise Geekie, project director, commented: “Additive manufacturing has the potential to revolutionise how products and machines are designed and built. But with so much information out there, it can be disconcerting for anyone who wants to find out how they can use the technology themselves.

    “Our new course will offer a jargon-free, non-academic introduction to the design and manufacturing processes that will be accessible to those with even the most basic understanding of the technology.”

    Neil Burns, director, CAM, added: “Croft was an early adopter of additive manufacturing technology and having amassed a considerable amount of expertise, it’s now time to spill the beans and help other businesses realise its potential. This technology is the future of industry, and we want to help introduce as many people as possible to it.”

    “This course will give anyone that works in industry and keen enthusiasts a thorough grasp of how 3D printing could revolutionise their processes.”

    Attendees will see first-hand metal components being produced on a Realizer SLM-250 metal 3D printing machine and learn how Selective Laser Melting (SLM) technology can reduce labour and production costs.
    For more information or to book a place, visit www.letsspillthebeans.com or email Neil Burns at neil@croftam.co.uk.

    www.letsspillthebeans.co.uk