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Have just been asked to take part in the following survey on the use of emerging technologies from my local University.




We are Researchers contacting you as part of a collaborative Welsh Government funded Academic for Business (A4B) Project, based at Cardiff Metropolitan University (UWIC) and Cardiff University (CU).

The MEET Lab project is looking to gather information on how micro SMEs and individual makers (creative practitioners/ entrepreneurs/ designers) are adopting emergent technologies - such as 3D printing- into their practice. As a micro SME or an individual who is using these technologies as part of your own business offering (or future business), you are invited to complete a short survey about your use of emerging technologies - you may be adopting new business processes, moving into new markets, or solely experimenting with a new business idea made possible with these new technologies.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Participation is voluntary, however, anyone who is kind enough to complete the questionnaire will be entered into a prize draw for a sample 3D printed part - up to £400 - using an available process of your choice.

Survey link here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/meetlab

Please forward this to any micro SMEs/ individual makers you know who would like to take part in this survey, or find out more about the project.

Furthermore, you will be invited to take part in our workshops on 3D printing and advanced technologies (@meetlabcardiff), along with the opportunity to become one of our pilot case study companies, providing access to expert advice and support.

Yours Sincerely,








T +44 (0)29 2041 6725

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They offer a variety of 3D printing technologies with some very expensive printers, was given a tour around the centre a while ago looking at the 3D skulls printed for RTA etc. incredible.

Fair point on the number, have left the main line on though.

That sounds interesting, thanks! :)

You should probably remove the E-mail and telephone information from this post though - the author might not like it being published here...


How can a 200x200x200mm 3D printed part cost up to 400£ ?

Do they offer 3D printing gold?

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