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Plymouth Science Park has recently acquired two Stratasys 3D printing machines through UK reseller Laser Lines. The science park, which has been operating for over 25 years and occupies 25 acres, houses a mix of global businesses, local start-ups, and academics. It is also home to the Advanced Digital Manufacturing and Innovation Centre (ADMI), which aims to assist companies in leveraging the benefits of additive manufacturing for their business needs.

The ADMI has recently invested in a Stratasys F770 FDM 3D printer and a J55 PolyJet machine. These machines will provide clients with direct access to cutting-edge technology along with support and training to better understand how the technology works and its applications to their business. The F770 machine was chosen for its large build volume, suitability for office environments, and reliability, while the J55 system was acquired to produce accurate prototype parts due to its full-color capability.

Jacques Wood, Senior Digital Applications Engineer at Plymouth Science Park, stated that their goal is to help people properly utilize 3D printing by guiding them on selecting the right machines to meet their needs and providing effective training to unlock the time and cost savings associated with additive manufacturing. Many manufacturing businesses in the area have misconceptions about additive manufacturing, and they aim to rectify that by providing consultation services that provide practical advice on how 3D printing can help organizations achieve their goals.

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