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3D Printing for the Automotive Industry

3D Printing for the Automotive Industry

We talked about our awesome Fortus 900mc upgrade from Stratasys last Autumn, but what does this mean for our Automotive capabilities? With over twenty-five different engineering-grade print materials on offer, our recent upgrade puts us in an even better place to meet the specific needs of the Automotive industry. For a number of years, 3D Read More…

Turning Guitar Design up to Eleven

Turning Guitar Design up to Eleven

We’ve learned to expect the unexpected with the things we’re asked to 3D print. We’ve also learned the importance of collaboration. When guitar designer Neil got in touch, we could see the potential straight away. We know the capabilities of the kit in our Lab and we know an exciting, innovative idea when we see Read More…

Fortus 900mc Upgrade

Fortus 900mc Upgrade

Who doesn’t love an upgrade! This month has seen us seriously delighted with our upgrade from Stratasys. Our Fortus 900mc, one of the busiest machines in our Lab, can now offer over twenty-five different engineering-grade print materials. This means we’re able to provide a comprehensive spectrum of print mediums for all sorts of specialist engineering Read More…

David & Goliath at Dublin Castle

David & Goliath at Dublin Castle

We love working with artists. In challenging the status quo, they bring some truly fascinating and diverse work our way. Who better to push the boundaries of 3D printing’s materials and applications? So far this year, we’ve been lucky enough to work with Michael Eden, Paul Bonomini, Matthew Plummer-Fernandez and now Jam Sutton. 3D printing Read More…

Artist in Residence Launches at York Mediale

Artist in Residence Launches at York Mediale

We’re delighted to have had the opportunity to be involved in York Mediale. This brand new and exciting media arts festival has given us the chance to work collaboratively with the internationally renowned artist, Matthew Plummer-Fernandez on a specially commissioned sculpture. Matthew’s work combines creativity and digital technology to produce a range of work from Read More…