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Fluxaxis in the News!

Fluxaxis in the News!

It’s been 15 months since we started Fluxaxis and we are busier than ever and working on a far greater diversity of projects than we ever thought possible. We’ve also seen a fair bit of media coverage and thought we’d round up the best bits and share them with you here. Earlier in the year, Read More…

Unlocking 3D Printing’s Creative Capabilities

Unlocking 3D Printing’s Creative Capabilities

We’ve had a lot of interest in the more creative capabilities of our 3D printers over the last few weeks. Our Massivit 1800’s recent upgrade has seen some fantastic results, from a giant wolf to bespoke lightboxes to full-sized human models. Which got us thinking about the opportunities this technology offers retailers, show rooms, company Read More…

3D Printing Innovation: Manufacturing

3D Printing Innovation: Manufacturing

As a tool for driving innovation, 3D printing is heading in all sorts of unexpected and exciting directions. Take manufacturing. There are 3D printing applications in just about every market segment and at every stage of manufacture. From end-use parts to production line components; customised packaging and display, to prototypes. The innovative use of 3D Read More…

Customising Cars with 3D Technology

Customising Cars with 3D Technology

3D scanning and 3D printing technologies lend themselves perfectly to creating bespoke vehicles. Parts that are required in small numbers, are difficult to obtain, no longer available or those that would otherwise require expensive tooling can be made far quicker and more cost effectively with 3D scanning and 3D printing technology. Recently, our automotive work Read More…

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 Read More…