ServiceSport UK invests in 3D printers to meet the demand for gym equipment parts
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ServiceSport UK has invested significantly in several industry-leading 3D printers to meet the demand for gym equipment parts.

As one of the UK’s leading service and repair providers, ServiceSport UK understands the frustration that can arise as a result of a breakdown in the supply chain of gym equipment parts. A gym equipment part that had an original lead time of less than one week, suddenly becomes two weeks, then three weeks and so on.

3D printing allows ServiceSport UK to reduce those lead times and hold stock of a specific range of gym equipment parts without the need to rely on the original manufacturer. The team can design and print gym equipment parts in just a few hours so that the downtime of gym equipment is significantly reduced.

In addition, all gym equipment parts manufactured using the 3D-printing method are meticulously tested to ensure they perform to the same standard as the OEM equivalent.

ServiceSport UK’s 3D printers are capable of producing guide rod inserts, 3.5” pulley wheels, large belt pulleys, small, medium and large DAP inserts, double-sided R6Z bearings and sleeves, battery covers, blanking plates, treadmill joy stick levers, end caps and J hooks.

Not only does 3D printing allow the company to manufacture gym equipment parts in-house, but it also supplies unique parts and components for clients that operate in different industries.

If you need a steady supply of parts to meet the demand of your client base and are finding your supply chain a challenge, contact ServiceSport UK today and the team will be able to assist you.

Call 01257 264738, email [email protected] or head to the official ServiceSport UK website for further information.

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Servicesport UK
Since 2003 Servicesport has built up an excellent reputation for service, maintenance and technical support in fitness equipment of all types.
ServiceSport House, Units 1 and 2 Drumhead Road, Chorley North Business Park, Chorley, Lancashire, PR6 7BX
+44 (0)1257 264 738
ServiceSport UK has invested significantly in several industry-leading 3D printers to meet the demand for gym equipment parts.

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