Super Deduction - Minimal Investment Risk in Additive

Monday, 29 March 2021  |  Sabina Gonzalez-George

Investing in having 3D printers in-house reduces supply lead times, reduces operational costs and improves product design and performance. 

We understand that investing in new technology can feel daunting at times, committing time, energy and money, but it has never been a better time to invest in Additive Manufacturing.

Here's why.


We need just a short amount of your time to kickstart your Additive journey, to understand what you do and your key drivers. We then bring everything else to you:

  • Demos (online, in person or in our showroom)
  • Sample print so you can test and validate
  • Return on investment calculations


We have passion for all-things Additive! Once you tell us about your key drivers, we do the hard work. We share our knowledge of Additive from multiple industries, across multiple 3D printing technologies and our experience of how to maximise the return on your investment, fast. We also enjoy working long-term with you when you have your equipment. We provide in-depth training, ongoing technical support, maintenance and support packages and applications engineering, so you continue to see results and new uses.


From 1st April 2021, the UK Government has launched a Super Deduction scheme, enabling companies to benefit from the option of reclaiming 130% of the equipment value against corporation tax, so it's a no brainer investing in 3D printers for your business right now. Learn more about Super Deduction.


Call us now on 0800 689 1011 to discuss your needs, or request a quote if you already have a piece of technology in mind.

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