Meet the MD Growing up, Andy Simpson couldn’t decide whether he wanted to be a clown, a tractor driver, or a tiger tamer – so he became an engineer, and hasn’t looked back since. He talks to BQ about his journey so far. What is it the company does? Angus 3D Solutions Ltd provides prototypes and

Angus 3D Solutions named Finalist in 3 categories of Insider Made in Scotland

Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce announcement.   Sector-leading Angus 3D printing start-up Angus 3D Solutions Ltd is celebrating being named a Finalist in three categories of the prestigious 2019 Insider Made In Scotland Awards. The Brechin company and DACC member, founded and led by global manufacturing veteran Andy Simpson in 2017, has been named as

Closed to new applicants—–We’re Hiring!

Closed to new applicants Angus 3D Solutions Ltd has been identified as one of the leading additive manufacturing (3D Printing) companies in Scotland. Due to the continuing growth of our business, we are looking to recruit a Technician. Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment and relish new and daily challenges? We are seeking to

Oil & Gas Vision Innovate Day

Come and visit us at stand 14 at the Oil & Gas Vision Innovate day on the 11th April at the Village Hotel Aberdeen. Book here

Angus 3D brings world-leading metal 3D printing to the UK market

A sector-leading Scots 3D printing start-up is starting to help deliver the up to £1 billion potential benefits to the Scottish economy by producing its first pieces using the UK’s first commercially-available Markforged Metal-X metal printer. Last year Zero Waste Scotland was so impressed with the presentation global manufacturing veteran Andy Simpson gave it on

Will the Oil & Gas Industry Transform?

3D printing will ‘transform’ the oil industry, says BP In the attached article Dave Eyton, BP’s Head of Technology talks about the potential of using 3D printing (Additive Manufacturing) in the oil and gas industry. BP has used this technology in its petrochemical business, so can it be used in the oil and gas industry?

Scottish firms need to adopt 3D vision

Scottish firms need to adopt 3D Vision Why do we need 3D printing? is unfortunately not an ­uncommon response from Scottish companies when I ask if they’re interested in using additive manufacturing in their business. Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing as it’s fondly known, is a process of making three-dimensional solid objects from a digital

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