Laser Lines was originally founded in 1975 and remains one of the leading suppliers of:
Our experienced Support Team offer training, installation, maintenance and repair services for all our products. We also have a sub-contract facility for 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing requirements.
Representing leading international manufacturers we offer the very best lasers, optoelectronics and accessories to UK scientific and industrial users.
One of the first distributorships of its type set up in the 70's, Laser Lines started in business offering US systems to the UK market.
European manufacturers were soon added to the list of suppliers along with the range of complimentary lines that quickly developed. Laser Lines continues to offer the same high level quality product and service today that its customers have come to expect from a company of our experience.
Creating the Models and Parts you Want
Laser Lines has over 20 years experience supplying the Stratasys 3D Printer range and has installed more machines than any other company in the UK. During this period we have seen numerous companies benefit from this technology, speeding up product design and manufacturing low volume parts. These companies consistently report a very quick return on their investment as the free availability of 3D parts helps them to develop products and solve manufacturing problems faster and at lower cost. Through supplying and supporting all these systems Laser Lines has gained a unique level of experience and is ideally placed to offer advice and help companies understand how additive manufacturing may help to improve their performance.
An ideal complement to CAD, 3D printing offers a fast, low-cost alternative to traditional rapid prototyping for building concept and working models. Designed for workstation and network access much like a standard laser printer, 3D printing is growing in usage along with the unprecedented growth of CAD solid modeling.
All Stratasys Fortus 3D Production Systems employ FDM®the industry leading additive fabrication technology, and the only one that uses production grade thermoplastics to produce stable, durable and accurate parts.