Difference between Subtractive & Additive Manufacturing

The past few weeks when visiting new clients one of the questions that keeps coming up is “What is the difference between Additive Manufacturing and Subtractive Manufacturing” So I thought I would take a moment to share. Let’s start with subtractive manufacturing, the traditional method of manufacturing. Subtractive manufacturing usually starts with a piece of

Introducing Circular Tayside Free Breakfast briefings

Introducing Circular Tayside Free Breakfast briefings Circular Tayside is a new initiative being delivered by Zero Waste Scotland, Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce and Perthshire Chamber of Commerce. It follows research commissioned by Zero Waste Scotland that has identified significant circular economy business opportunities in Tayside. Join a launch breakfast to learn about future-proofing

Where does Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) fit in the Manufacturing Supply Chain?

Talking on ‘Where does Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) fit in the Manufacturing Supply Chain?’ at this Friday’s Tech20 at The Oil & Gas Technology Centre, starting at 12:30 to 13:30. The format is 20 minutes networking / lunch, 20 minutes presentation, 20 minutes for questions. Looking forward to seeing you there. Book your place and

SP Technology Expo

It is with great pleasure to announce Angus 3D Solutions Ltd will be attending the SP Technology Expo. Come along and see how additive manufacturing and Automation can help your business. TO BOOK YOUR PLACE VISIT SP Technology’s  Website: Here or for more information phone 01382 880088 Opening Times – Wednesday 23rd May 2018 –

Monifieth High School – Team Nova – F1 in Schools- Scottish Regional Winners.

Great to be the Platinum sponsor of Team Nova who took part in the F1 in Schools competition. The team became this years Scottish Regional Winners. F1 in Schools is a not-for-profit educational organisation, which relies solely upon support and contributions from industry to be able to operate and deliver a World-class STEM (Science, Technology,