Here at 3D Print Works, we thought we’d make a list of the 5 best 3D printed items you didn’t know you can 3D print. Why? 3D printing is becoming increasingly familiar in various workplaces. In manufacturing, the arts, and medicine, 3D printing is already revolutionizing how much we can...
Over the years 3D Printworks has been privileged to work on some truly fantastic projects for a host of superb clients. This blog is a case study of one such assignment we completed for one of Glasgow’s best and most well-known restaurant and cocktail bars: The Social Glasgow.
Climate change (and how to tackle it) is becoming a global priority. As 3D printing grows in popularity, it is important to consider how this technology impacts the environment and how its utilisation affects multiple industries' carbon footprint. In this article, we investigate just how eco-friendly 3D printing can be.
Through mass adoption new projects and ideas are born, we take a look at some of the projects made possible through 3D printed design.
The customization capabilities of 3D printing in sport make this an attractive form of manufacturing, one which allows athletes from a variety of sports to solve problems and challenges they face.
We decided to bring to you our ‘Essential tools for printing in 3D’ so next time you can’t find that essential tool, you can remember reading this blog and say to yourself… “I should have listened”.
3D printing has been in the spotlight for several years now, unleashing a storm of enthusiasm but it had also attracted a great deal of scepticism. However, one thing is for sure – 3D printing technology found its way into business and education, and it’s here to stay. Today, 3D printers are cost-effective and convenient tools in manufacturing, medicine and fashion.
Imagine the scene: it’s breakfast time in the home of the future. Dad has just finished 3D printing a customised breakfast for his son, complete with lego-shaped hash browns and eggs that resemble the faces of his favourite cartoon characters. Using the 3D scanner that is a staple app nowadays Mum scans her 3D printed breakfast, working out how many calories is in it.
What do cave paintings and 3d printer designs have in common? The fact that humans have always had the urge to create and express themselves. Today, we still have the opportunity to be artistic – but there has been increasing concern that creativity is being diminished under the strain of delivering curriculum-driven results.