IPFL celebrates 20 Years of 3D printing
Industries Plastic Fabrications
IPFL, a provider of plastic machining services and fabrication services, has announced the 20th anniversary for its 3D printing division. Over the past 20 years, the company has been known for its advanced printing capabilities. They offer Polyjet and SLS, MJFs, FDM, SLA, micro 3D printing, and FDM.
IPFL saw a chance to expand its capabilities, and offer customers a wider variety of services. 20 years later, IPFL’s 3D printing division is an integral component of its operations. It provides clients with the best in additive manufacturing technology.
“We are incredibly proud to have reached this milestone and to have established ourselves as a leading provider of 3D printing services,” said Adam Bloomfield, Additive Director of IPFL and a third-generation Bloomfield since the company’s creation in 1969. “Our 3D printing division has allowed us to expand our capabilities and provide our clients with an even wider range of solutions for their manufacturing needs.”
IPFL’s 3D printing services offer a range of benefits to clients, including the ability to create complex designs that would be difficult or impossible to produce using traditional machining techniques. Polyjet, MJF FDM, FDM, SLA and micro 3D printing capabilities allow the company to produce parts with high accuracy and precision while reducing lead times.
“3D printing has revolutionised the manufacturing industry, and we are excited to be at the forefront of this technology,” said Bloomfield. “Our team of experienced engineers and technicians are always exploring new ways to use 3D printing to improve our clients’ products and processes.”