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3D Printing and Pavilions

3D Printing and Pavilions

  Regular architectural commissions and competitions, in particular those for temporary structures or pavilions, offer fertile ground for experimentation and this has the potential to embrace the best of AM. When designs are experimental, time is tight and clever solutions are just the thing, surely 3D printing has a valuable part to play? After all, Read More…

3D Printing & The Circular Economy

3D Printing & The Circular Economy

What with last week’s World Economic Forum at Davos, there’s been quite a lot in the news about the circular economy. Did you know that January 24th was Circular Electronics Day? Nope. Neither did we. Reusing, recycling and minimising waste is on everyone’s minds. By its very nature, Additive Manufacturing has huge potential to reduce Read More…

3D Printing & Construction

3D Printing & Construction

Construction and architecture are interesting propositions for 3D printing. There’s a lot in the news at the moment and the involvement of Additive Manufacturing ranges from an entire community of homes to 3D printed materials for construction to a vast new 3D printed building in Dubai. Here’s our round-up. The first set of low-cost homes Read More…

2019 Round-up

2019 Round-up

How has 2019 treated you? Here at Fluxaxis, our year has been incredibly busy. It’s also been creative. And actually, pretty exciting! From a projects point of view, we started the year with automotive parts. We’ve continued with builds for the rail industry, prototypes and the 3D printing of any number of different functional parts. Read More…

Formnext

Formnext

Frankfurt’s Formnext is pretty much the definitive global show for Additive Manufacturing and it’s getting bigger and bigger each year. Had work schedules allowed, we’d have been there for a good look round. Instead, we’ve trawled the internet looking for interesting developments from this year’s show. Here’s just a few of the trends spotted, announcements Read More…