Croft Additive Manufacturing were the first company to join the STFC CERN BIC. They are a specialist company based in Warrington, England, that provides stainless steel 316L metal additive manufactured (AM) parts to a range of industries, from motorsport and manufacturing to art and fashion.
Through close collaboration with customers, Croft maximises the potential of the Selective Laser Melting process to deliver advantages over conventional manufacturing methods. This process achieves benefits including part weight reduction, multi-part to single component and expanded design capabilities.
Croft's Neil Burns and Louise Geekie explain why they joined the programme.