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3D Stuff

 

A place where I share my 3D creations, whether they be physical or digital content in life and CG. I hope you enjoy.

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Creativity

Give life to your creations.

3D printers are best for small batch manufacturing, which is miracle for home grown artisans creating small sculptures and stand-still figures. Office decorations, ornaments, knit knacks around the house, or small scale models can all be made right from the comfort of your home or local digital fabrication lab.

Oliver 3D Printed Teddy Bears

Oliver 3D Printed Teddy Bears

3D Printed Stand Still Desk Ornaments

3D Printed Stand Still Desk Ornaments

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From Concept to Reality

From those infamous napkin ideas and ambitious dreams to countless slavering hours over the never perfect design, and reinventing the rules, fabrication has never been easier.

From Concept to Reality

From Concept to Reality

Digital Fabrication can allow rapid prototyping at speeds never seen before. This makes it possible to fabricate a fully functional product within a day, from concept to creation. R&D (research and development) life-cycles have become disrupted and prototype cost have become insignificant when compared to time saved in developing a finished end-product. Anyone can start developing a physical prototype and have it fabricated within hours depending on the complexity of the project. One can only imagine the possibilities that digital fabrication brings for the professional industry.

The auto industry now employs 3D printers as part of their R&D development life-cycles and Audi has used 3D printed parts in their showroom cars for the rear-view mirror.