This installation follows the placement of the Stratasys F770 and the DyeMansion post-processing workflow into the DMC last year.
Mark Tyrtania, sales director at Laser Lines, said: “This is the next step in our partnership with the DMC. The collaboration with the highly qualified engineering team there means we have an environment where we can highlight the benefits of additive manufacturing (AM) and show Stratasys machines in volume production.
"With the expansion of Laser Lines solutions with the Origin One and H350, customers and prospects can see another example of an AM printer in a live, digital manufacturing environment.”
Kieron Salter, CEO at the DMC, commented: “Laser Lines and Stratasys have been integral partners in helping establish the DMC and allowing us to rapidly realise the potential of commercial additive manufacturing for advanced applications.
"The new Stratasys H350 perfectly complements our existing polymer production and finishing technologies and we are looking forward to exploiting the new SAF technology, leveraging our existing customer base in automotive, motorsport, aerospace and space.
“We are also thrilled to be adding the Stratasys Origin One to our production floor here at the DMC. Thanks to the fantastic support of Laser Lines, we are one of the first facilities in the UK to receive this system – great news for our customers. Versatile and capable of producing high-quality parts from a range of materials for industries from aerospace to medical devices, the Origin One will perfectly complement our extensive suite of metal and polymer AM systems.”
The H350 printer provides production-level throughput for end-use parts and promises production consistency, with a competitive and predictable cost per part. Thousands of parts, including connectors, hinges, cable holders, electronics housings and others can be manufactured using the high-performance machine.
Stratasys’ Origin One is an evolution of Digital Light Processing (DLP) and vat-photopolymerization, based on new Programmable Photopolymerization (P3) technology where light selectively cures liquid resin. The 3D printer enables mass production of end-use parts in a diverse range of high-performance materials, consistently, with accurate detail.