gtech bumpkin nick grey blows hot and cold on dyson
In a lab at Gtech headquarters in Worcester, a 3D printer is spewing a super Compact vacuum cleaner. The laser turns the powder bed into a white plastic layer, gradually forming components that can be slotted together. \"When I first started, this was [ Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will call it \"squebum time,\" said Nick Grey, the founder of Gtech, staring at the machine. In the past few years, a vacuum cleaner designer will make a more rough prototype and then go and buy expensive metal molds to cast plastic pieces. \"If you make a cock -- It cost a lot of money. This is an ideal way of working as a design engineer.