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Member Spotlight: Mark Wrigley

In this interview, Mark shares his love of physics, disruptive technologies, and encouraging young people into STEM through maker activity.

Mark is a longstanding member of Sheffield Digital, having joined us back in June 2017. He worked across different industries in the UK and internationally, including aircraft data management and mobile phone infrastructure, before ‘stepping off the salary treadmill’ 10 years ago to pursue different interests. Mark is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics

Sheffield’s AMT secures $5.2m funding

Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) has received a huge funding boost to develop and accelerate sales of its 3D printing post production technologies.

Additive Manufacturing Technologies Ltd (AMT) produce fast, high quality and low-cost post processing solutions for 3D printed parts. The company has successfully completed Series A funding led by DSM Venturing, the venture capital arm of Royal DSM, and Foresight Williams Technology EIS Fund, the collaboration between Foresight Group LLP (Foresight) and the venture arm of

Sheffield’s AMT nominated for 3D Printing Industry Award

Sheffield company up for prestigious industry award in Startup of the Year category.

3D Printing Industry is the number one publication for all things 3D printing. Its annual awards are prestigious for the industry and this is a fantastic achievement for AMT. It’s brilliant to see a Sheffield company doing great things on such as large and recognised platform. If you’d like to show your support, you can

Sheffield startup AMT leads on advanced 3D Printing tech

Additive Manufacturing Technologies is leading a £625K consortium for advanced 3d printing post-processing

Additive Manufacturing Technologies Ltd were founded in 2015 by Joseph Crabtree, and are the world’s first company focused on developing digital tech solutions for post-processing 3D Printed parts. They have just been awarded £625k by Innovate UK and consortium members including UK inkjet manufacturer Xaar plc, based in Cambridge, and Atomjet Ltd, to develop a next-generation