From raw material to printed part, customers rely on AnyShape h1>
As a Polymer and Metal Additive Manufacturing Services provider founded by two material scientists, AnyShape understand the importance of Quality
100% Quality and Customer Satisfaction is our priority h2>
From the time at which we receive your enquiry to the point at which you receive your 3d printed parts, we want you to have the best customer experience possible.
From formation in early 2016 and to service the requirements of our growing customer base within the aerospace, automotive, defence and security industries we have developed our own bespoke QMS system which both meets and in many cases exceeds clients expections.
Raw material through to delivered goods, at AnyShape we have the management, quality and process control systems in place to handle your additive manufacturing needs h3>
AnyShape is proud of it’s achievements and the resulting quality accreditations for both the Design and Manufacture of AM parts for the Automotive, Aerospace and Medical Device sectors.
If you would like to learn more why AnyShape is fast becoming one of europes leading 3d printing companies, fill out our contact form here to speak to us directly
AnyShape Quality Accreditations h4>
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