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Collaborating with Leading Digital Artist, Michael Eden

Collaborating with Leading Digital Artist, Michael Eden

Fluxaxis is currently collaborating with leading digital artist, Michael Eden, producing his new work using our Hewlett Packard Multi Jet Fusion. Fluxaxis has produced pieces for Michael’s recent exhibition ‘Form & Transform’ at Waddesdon Manor. The exhibition involved Michael pushing materials and digital technology to new extremes, making new pieces in response to items in […]

Additive Manufacturing is Booming

Additive Manufacturing is Booming

Additive manufacturing is booming, according to a range of industry indicators, such as the report published by the respected additive manufacturing consultants, Wohler Associates Inc. The Wohlers Report 2018 shows that the 3D printing industry grew by 21% in the 2017/18 reporting period. That’s an increase of $1.25 billion in 2017. Other signs include BMW […]

Visual Merchandising and Display Show 2018

Visual Merchandising and Display Show 2018

We had a great couple of┬ádays at the Visual Merchandising and Display Show 2018 in London last week. 3D scanning and printing give retailers the freedom to create all kinds of vibrant, eye-catching window displays, POP (point of purchase) stands, and visual merchandising elements. Items can be created quickly and at a range of scales […]

Prototypes and Manufacturing Parts for Product Designers

Prototypes and Manufacturing Parts for Product Designers

At Fluxaxis we are busy making prototypes and manufacturing parts for product designers through our 3D printing bureau service. Products range from domestic appliances to electrical housings for industrial equipment. Our Hewlett Packard MJF is invariably the machine to use for making such parts in Nylon PA12. That said, our Stratasys Fortus 900mc is busy […]

An End-to-End Service for Artefacts & Artworks

An End-to-End Service for Artefacts & Artworks

We have been recreating historic artwork using a combination of our 3D scanning, 3D printing and painting capabilities. Using our Creaform Handyscan 3D scanner, we scanned the surface of the bust to generate a 3D file. We then 3D printed it using our HP MJF in component parts – the bust was bigger than the […]

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