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    STAINES, Middlesex, 22nd September 2015 Cadline and Laser Lines Announce Partnership to Provide Manufacturers with End-to-End Market Leading Design, Simulation, Data Management, 3D Printing and Rapid Manufacturing Solutions.

    Through this partnership, Cadline and Laser Lines will deliver industry leading solutions that will allow customers to benefit from highly efficient design and manufacturing workflows. In today’s competitive environment, we recognise that manufacturers need to reduce time to market, deliver “just in time” production, minimise costs, eradicate material waste and efficiently utilise design data throughout product lifecycles.

    Manufacturers also require the skills and technologies to make fast, highly accurate improvements to designs and benefit from high quality component reproduction to meet the increased demands of its customers.

    “Accessing 65 years of combined industry expertise in Cadline’s Manufacturing Division, Laser Lines 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping teams, customers can benefit by gaining significant advantage through the design and production process” said Scott Woolven, Commercial Director at Cadline Ltd. 

    About Cadline Ltd

    Cadline Ltd is a Platinum Awarded Autodesk Partner, specialising in the supply of innovative design technology and associated consultancy, integration and professional services. With 8 regional training centres, Cadline is also the largest Autodesk Authorised Training Centre in the UK training in excess of 3,500 delegates per year. Please visit www.cadline.co.uk for more information.

    About Laser Lines

    Laser Lines has over 21 years’ experience supplying additive manufacturing systems and has supplied more machines than any other company in the UK. Laser Lines' involvement with the 3D Printing technology started with Stratasys Corp back in 1993.  The company has benefitted from the longevity of their relationship with Stratasys and has unequalled knowledge of the systems and consumables.  Through supplying and supporting all these machines Laser Lines has gained a unique level of experience and is ideally placed to offer advice and to help companies understand how additive manufacturing may help to improve their performance.  Please visit www.laserlines.co.uk for more information.




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