Differentiating in today’s global manufacturing sector means fast time to market with guaranteed production quality. But streamlining processes and keeping down costs is essential.
Competing on cost is no longer enough in today’s manufacturing market. Product developers and designers want fast production schedules that don’t compromise on quality; and that means innovating the manufacturing process to add value to customers.
In such a competitive and price-sensitive market, keeping overheads to a minimum is vital. New technologies now enable manufacturers to work smarter, speed up delivery, improve business efficiency and make substantial savings, while ensuring reduced wastage to meet sustainability and environmental regulations.
Visualise, design, realise
Danwood is providing manufacturing businesses with the latest print and document technology to transform their operations, from intuitive software that is streamlining processes, to economical parts and prototyping using 3D print.
Our partnership with leading brand Kyocera means we can bring you the very latest in 3D print technology, promising high quality, professional products you can depend upon.
Contact us to save up to 30% on print costs
Previously the process for producing complex parts could be carried out using clay models that required specific tooling, moulds and specialist technicians. Using 3D print, businesses can rapidly and cheaply produce plastic prototypes of parts or new concepts, all of which can be assessed in the physical world by engineers and designers.
Total print transparency
Danwood’s managed print services ensure you have visibility over print behaviour. Providing total transparency on print costs and volumes, by user, group or department; you can develop a best practice approach to your print and document management.
Secure document sharing
Our innovative solutions transform the way information and documents are stored, printed and shared across departments and throughout offices. Incoming documents can be digitised, stored safely and sent to the correct recipient, whether that’s prototyping, assembly or individual members of staff.