The businesspeople of big city corporates and the students at public universities often start their day in the same way, passing through a revolving door, a polite hello to those in reception, touching an ID card to an electronic reader and walking on through the glass wing barriers marked by the Fastlane Turnstiles brand to the rest of their day.
How the branding of Fastlane made it onto the glass walls that help the likes of Facebook, Dell, Google, Manchester University and 7 World Trade Center keep their buildings secure has typically been no easy process. It was done by hand and by sight and if the positioning of the logo wasn’t done correctly it would have to be removed and re-positioned on the glass wing. This was a difficult task to carry out repeatedly, time-consuming and occasionally stressful, and then 3D printing came along. The manufacturer of pedestrian […]
FreeFORM Technologies is a new contract manufacturer specializing in metal binder jet 3D printing. The company was...