Across the globe, the 3D printing industry is rapidly evolving, with companies constantly developing ground-breaking technologies and solutions. In the heart of one of the world’s most innovative cities, London, a group of visionary companies are leaving their indelible mark on this emerging sector. With aims to revolutionise everything from manufacturing and e-commerce, to art and fashion, these companies are shaping the future right from the capital of England.
London is harboring elite companies that are utilizing the power of 3D printing to create sustainable solutions, streamline manufacturing processes, and create opportunities that were previously thought to be unattainable. These companies are using their combined knowledge of technology, artificial intelligence, robotics, and design to revolutionise a plethora of industries. This article highlights some of the most promising 3D printing companies that call London home.
Immersed in a city known for its rich history and cultural diversity, these companies are embracing industrial revolution 4.0, turning London into a hub for 3D printing innovation. Let’s explore these pioneering companies and the impressive technologies they are bringing to the world.
Ai Build is at the intersection of 3D printing, artificial intelligence, and robotics. Founded by Daghan Cam and Michail Desyllas, this London-based company is known for developing AI and Robotic technologies, specifically for large-scale additive manufacturing. Their innovative, autonomous large-scale 3D printing technology is changing the face of industrial applications. Follow Ai Build on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Keyvan Karimi’s brainchild AMFG provides an end-to-end production management system. This software enables easy access and scalability for companies to coordinate their operations, streamline the manufacturing process, and automate their production workflows. Stay updated with AMFG’s latest innovations on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Co-founded by Lev Kundin, Mathijs Eefting, and Olivier Stapylton-Smith, Moteefe offers a unique e-commerce platform letting anyone sell customized merchandise via social media, enabling brand expansion through the power of digitally enabled commerce. Follow Moteefe on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Founded by Sam Al-Mukhtar and William Hoyer Millar, Geomiq is an intelligent platform offering instant quotes and ordering of custom manufactured parts. Keep in touch with Geomiq through their LinkedIn page.
Co Print is evolving 3D printing technology with a multi-filament module that facilitates 3D printers to use up to seven different filaments during a single print. Stay updated with their innovations via Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Will Richardson’s Wayland Additive is pushing the boundaries of electron beam 3D printing, aiming to develop and sell metal additive manufacturing machines to industrial end-users. Connect with this boundary-pushing company on LinkedIn.
Co-founded by Ben Alun-Jones, Hal Watts, and Kirsty Emery, Unmade aims to revolutionize the fashion industry by bringing customization and 3D printing technology. Keep up with their journey on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Founded by Gerard Rubio, Tom Catling, and Triam Zubeldia, Kniterate is a digital knitting machine that automatically turns your designs into knitted garments. Follow Kniterate on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.