A UK Company is Cleaning Windows Eight Stories High with Custom 3D Printed Tools.
Spectrum Window Cleaning claim to be the first commercial window cleaners to invest in their own 3D printer for the purpose of creating new tools for the cleaning process.
Spectrum managing director Lucian Ivan says the investment was a necessary progression.
“The crew here love a challenge, and after the recent success on the final cleaning of 25 Churchill Place at Canary Wharf, we’ve been attracting consistently bigger, bolder and more demanding proposals,” Ivan said.
Companies are re-thinking the way they do business to keep up with changing markets, and part of that process often involves using 3D printing to prototype and build new tools.