A brief history of 3D printing – Part 1: The first decades (1980-2000)

A brief history of 3D printing – Part 1: The first decades (1980-2000)
This blogpost will walk you through a brief history of 3D printing and will introduce you to the major names and events that made their mark on the field. Given that 3D printing is still a growing and developing industry, it’s hard to imagine it’s been around for over 40 years! To be...

Does 3D Printed Jewellery Serve As A Good Alternative To Traditional Accessories?

Does 3D Printed Jewellery Serve As A Good Alternative To Traditional Accessories?
3D printed jewellery is completely revolutionising the craft industry because it is cheaper and far easier to make than traditional jewellery. In today’s blogpost we will look at how you can create everyday and bespoke pieces ready for wear through 3D printing. We’ll also show you some of our favourite pieces we found on MyMiniFactory that you can create yourself.

Saint Andrew's Day: Celebrating 3D Printing in Scotland

Saint Andrew's Day: Celebrating 3D Printing in Scotland
Saint Andew's Day, or 'Là Naomh Anndrais' in native Gaelic is upon us once again. The annual celebration falls on the 30th of November and honors the patron Saint of Scotland. For us at 3D Printworks, this day of celebration is a great excuse to highlight a morsel of the fantastic work going on with 3D Printing and additive manufacturing in our small yet ambitious country.