August 28, 2016
We are always looking for innovative methods to improve new and existing designs; with additive layer manufacturing (ALM) set to revolutionise the industry, Bradbury’s R&D department have opted for a 3D printer to aid with design work. Already proving a wise investment, the printer has enabled us to create bespoke parts for our physical security products, quickly and systematically. With Bradbury’s commitment to innovation in mind, R&D are using the printer to model and actively test new design features, before sending the parts to be cast. This is set to be a wise investment, and is already enabling us to improve our product portfolio. Watch the video below for a time lapse of the printer in action.