Gary Miller may be the ‘go-to guy’ in 3D printing but he’s soon to be superseded by the launch of 3D Print Bureau, which promises to be a comprehensive ‘go-to’ place. Headed up by Miller, one of 3D printing’s contemporary gurus in the UK, the new service center will be officially announced as open for business at the TCT Show + Personalize, running from September 30th to October 1st in Birmingham, UK.
Miller couldn’t ask for a better opening venue than TCT, which is known for its multi-day conferences that draw thousands of attendees from all over the world. Dedicated to 3D printing, product development, and with a strong focus on education, the TCT event is a great place to get exposure for this new company which promises to help a multitude of businesses ready to integrate 3D printing practices, as well as helping businesses already using 3D printing to learn to reduce prototyping costs and lead time.
As they will be on hand, participating and demonstrating at the show, Miller and his team encourage attending designers, engineers, and entrepreneurs to stop by and speak with them in person to learn about their innovative services, and what 3D printing can do for them in terms of productivity and increased profitability.
As their new company and services are launched officially at the show, 3D Print Bureau will be able to discuss with attendees their plans to specialize in 3D printing solutions to include the following technologies:
- Laser sintering
Their goal is to offer dynamic, rapid-speed services, without sacrificing quality–and they plan to do so affordably. The targeted client base for 3D Print Bureau includes medical, security, film and TV, aerospace, Formula One and automotive, fashion, consumer goods and electronics, and many more.
Miller is well known in the industry and comes to the table with tremendous accolades and many kind words from peers.
“Gary has garnered a well-earned reputation for being the go-to guy for many companies and individuals that need advice, support or solutions about the technology, its capabilities and how to maximise its potential,” says 3D printing industry expert Rachel Park. “Gary has always understood that while the hardware he works with is both vital and exciting, it is a tool to enable applications and offer solutions. To this end, he uses his extensive understanding of the capabilities of 3D printing to facilitate some of the most innovative applications of the technology.”
The 3D Print Bureau team will also put their years of expertise to work for others as they offer advice and consultation services.
“I’ve been lucky enough to work on a lot of exciting projects in some fascinating industries,” says Miller. “This experience means I can advise on the best way to produce a prototype, manufacturing tools and final production parts regardless of the industry or application it’s intended for.”
Miller is not all about doing for his clients either, as he recognizes the intrinsic value in teaching them as well so that they can move into the more complex areas of creating and truly innovating with the power of 3D printing. He sees the value in educating them so they can improve current processes in their businesses, which adds to the value of a company all around.
“Working in collaboration with the design team, Gary came up with a technical solution to solve our problem, and also took the time to educate the team about designing 3D printed parts for optimum performance,” says Gary Homer, Head of Wind Tunnel Production at a sports automotive professional racing team.
At this next illustrious TCT event, 3D Print Bureau will be on site and deeply involved with event goers and industry peers as they show off their skills with a 3D printing demonstration. Featuring a Stratasys Connex1 Multi-material 3D Printer, they can be seen in action at Hall 3A, stand 22. The 3D Print Bureau booth is definitely a place you want to stop by if you are at the event as they highlight a collection of 3D printed items, showing of models from a variety of industries like film, fashion, automotive and aerospace, as well as other consumer industries.
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