We provide a 3D printing bureau service in addition to offering bespoke digital manufacturing services. We also build complex manufacturing projects such as assemblies of multiple parts and soon we’ll be offering contract manufacture, such as manufacturing end-use parts, as that is an area we’re currently growing.
We operate in rural North Yorkshire in a contemporary office workspace shared with our sister company, Stage One.”
What are your weapons of choice?
Our Hewlett Packard Multi Jet Fusion 4200 is our main weapon of choice. It’s our most used and versatile machine, providing high quality nylon PA12 parts faster than anything else.
What technology/product couldn’t you live without in your workspace?
As a passionate cyclist, I wouldn’t be without my road bike! Commuting by bike sets me up for the day both mentally and physically.
What is missing from your toolset?
We have a great toolset right now but being a relatively new company that’s growing we’ll likely invest in new production management software.
Is there anything that would make your design process run smoother?
Fixing defective 3D files, planning 3D printing builds and managing capacity can be time consuming. We’re evaluating software from Materialise to streamline this which should improve our processes.
Edwin Stokes, director, Fluxaxis, Tockwith, UK