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Additive Manufacturing UK Unveils First Annual Action Plan for UK’s future growth in 3D Printing

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AMUK fostering growth Additive Manufacturing UK/Source: Additive Manufacturing UK

Additive Manufacturing UK, UK’s only dedicated trade association for the additive manufacturing sector, has officially launched its inaugural Annual Action Plan in an ambitious move to steer the United Kingdom’s additive manufacturing sector to greater heights. This strategic blueprint aims to outline the key steps required to accelerate the growth and development of the additive manufacturing (AM) industry in the United Kingdom.

The plan, which is the first of its kind, has been meticulously designed to address the various challenges and opportunities in the UK’s additive manufacturing landscape.

Fostering Growth in Additive Manufacturing UK

This ground-breaking Annual Action Plan is a comprehensive framework aimed at strengthening the United Kingdom’s position as a leader in additive manufacturing. It includes a variety of goals and strategies aimed at encouraging innovation, assisting businesses, and developing the necessary skills within the sector.

The emphasis on collaboration between industry, academia, and government is central to the plan. Such collaborations are deemed necessary for realising the full potential of additive manufacturing technologies and boosting the UK’s global competitiveness.

The action plan also emphasises the importance of R&D investment, as well as the need for a supportive regulatory environment that promotes growth and innovation in the AM field.

A Roadmap for the Future

The Annual Action Plan establishes clear goals and benchmarks for the coming years, acting as a road map for the advancement of additive manufacturing in the United Kingdom. It aims to foster an ecosystem in which businesses can thrive, innovation can flourish, and new talents can emerge and flourish.

Furthermore, the plan identifies key areas for development, such as improving supply chain capabilities, improving manufacturing processes, and promoting industry-wide sustainable practices. These priority areas are critical for maintaining growth momentum and keeping the UK at the forefront of the additive manufacturing revolution.

As Additive Manufacturing UK embarks on this journey, the Annual Action Plan demonstrates the organization’s dedication to ensuring the UK’s additive manufacturing sector has a vibrant and prosperous future.


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