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Nurturing Tomorrow’s Talent: 3D Printing & Education

Nurturing Tomorrow’s Talent: 3D Printing & Education

Can you feel the stress? It’s the beginning of June and we’re right in the middle of the GCSE and A-level exam period. Schools are already busy places and at this time of year, it notches up another gear. With the curriculum groaning under the weight of subjects to be covered and teachers already stretched, Read More…

Jigs & Fixtures: the 3D unsung heroes

Jigs & Fixtures: the 3D unsung heroes

Jigs and fixtures. Not exactly glamorous. Especially not when recent weeks have seen news of 3D printed dresses and jewellery at the Met Gala and a Swedish company creating the first 3D printed diamond composite. Diamonds in industry might not have the same kind of glamour as a New York ball, but as Swedish manufacturer, Read More…

Notre Dame: 3D printed gargoyles & some timely 3D scanning

Notre Dame: 3D printed gargoyles & some timely 3D scanning

Can anyone fail to be moved when an ancient building is devastated by fire? From York Minster, the Mac in Glasgow (twice), to last month’s fire at Notre Dame: these much-loved buildings took incalculable time, skill and care to create yet are decimated within hours. You may have heard, however, about the serendipitous 3D aspect Read More…

Brave or Foolish? Fluxaxis at Develop 3D Live

Brave or Foolish? Fluxaxis at Develop 3D Live

If you made it to the fantastic Develop 3D Live event at Sheffield University last week, you may well have caught a talk by Tim Leigh. Tim’s a Director at the Stage One Group, a group that includes us here at Fluxaxis. It’s almost two years since our inception and with the benefit of 23 Read More…

3D Printing at Milan Design Week

3D Printing at Milan Design Week

This week is Milan Design Week. Perhaps not your first port of call for anything 3D printing related, but you might be surprised how much the art, design and architecture worlds embrace the latest technologies. In fact, the creative world seems to pick up new technologies and run with them in wildly unexpected directions. This Read More…