Added Scientific is an independent, technology-agnostic Additive Manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing contract research company that provides consultancy, problem-solving and lab-based technical services direct to industry.
Added Scientific supports organisations wanting to explore the implementation of AM and digital printing for the production of their products, as well as hardware and materials vendors wanting to develop and commercialise their own printing materials and systems.
We are a highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of PhD and degree-level engineers and scientists, supported by a management team with a world-class portfolio and legacy in AM research. We are uniquely able to quickly understand our client's problems and cost-effectively find the most appropriate technical solutions, taking basic concepts through to the pre-commercialisation stage.
We are a global provider of optical, industrial measurement technology for quality assurance of complex components of different shapes, sizes and materials. Our non-contact measuring systems are used in all areas of precision manufacturing.
Nano Dimension (Nasdaq NNDM) is a provider of intelligent machines that are changing the way the world manufactures. The pioneer and sole provider of Additively Manufactured Electronics (AME) - an in-house method of fabricating printed circuit boards (PCBs) and other electronic devices - Nano Dimension is also leading 3D printing across the frontier of miniaturization, with Fabrica precision micro-AM printers that can craft details down to the micron level.
Nano Dimension’s unprecedented 3D printing capabilities are now integrating with advanced surface mounting robotics and the latest developments in neural-network AI, which will give R&D labs and product developers the means to rapidly iterate and test concepts.
As one of the most successful spin offs from Oxford University in 1977, Oxford Lasers have been at the forefront of laser technology for over 40 years.
Oxford Lasers continue to develop new systems and solutions, the substantial R&D department is involved in numerous UK & European research projects which enables them to keep to the forefront of high speed imaging techniques and technologies.
Oxford Lasers Imaging Division offer laser systems, contract services, system rental, R&D and technical support for: High speed imaging, using high speed cameras, lasers and software to offer complete imaging solutions.
Oxford Lasers have significant experience within the field of spray/particle characterisation, providing information on size, velocity and shape. The VisiSize instrument range provides a range of capability to suit the different measurement challenges present in the field.