In house capabilities at CMG Technologies
The MIM process provides a range of benefits, from intricacy of design to cost effectiveness, suited to firms within a number of unique sectors. Many of the components we have produced have led to award-winning projects, while others have revolutionised products with life changing results.
On this page, you can find case studies on some of the projects we have facilitated in-house and their real-world impacts.
From functional 3D printed prototypes to 15,000 annual MIM parts
Problem: Construction specialist, Raaft, needed to find a manufacturer to provide stainless steel blinds for use within its innovative products. …
Metal 3D printing helps world’s leading boat manufacturer meet increasing demand
Problem: Williams Jet Tenders builds three different types of Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) certified boats. Each model requires…
Tethered photography issue solved with metal 3D printing
Problem: Bob Foyers shoots tethered, a process of connecting a camera to a computer displaying photos as they are taken….
3D printing achieves cost-effectiveness and quality for boat impeller
Problem: Max Beswick required a high-quality custom boat impeller which boasted strength and rigidity for personal use. However, high costs…
Metal 3D printing transforms Mutiny Shaving razor
Problem: Mutiny Shaving wanted to offer its customers a stainless-steel version of its popular razors, expertly printed by 3DPrintingCornwall. They…
CMG is the ideal candidate for making intricate, vital parts for life-saving ventilators
Problem: Servomex’s sensor technology brand Hummingbird required support to manufacture vital parts for its Paracube oxygen sensor. The sensor is…
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