“Mackintosh at The Willow” is perhaps the most significant locations in all of Glasgow for celebrating the design heritage of the city. The exhibition teaches visitors about the life and story of local entrepreneur Miss Kate Cranston and her collaboration with Charles Rennie Mackintosh during the late 1890s and early 1900s. Upon entry to the exhibition visitors are met with 3D Printworks first creation, wall mounted LED plates which commence the exhibition.
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – after waiting for what seems like the time it would take to travel through intergalactic space and back, the next segment in the Star Wars saga has been released! As our Managing Director Ralph McNeill works with works with special effects when he’s not immersed in the world of 3D design and printing – we got to thinking about how additive manufacturing is changing the industry.
The 3d printing process is transforming the way movies are made – the invention of 3d printers has significantly increased the turnaround time of costumes and props. Read on to discover the top 5 movies that have used the 3d printing process to their advantage!
When we first met local Glasgow band Crash Club they asked us if we could print a tree for their 3D music video. Why? Well, let’s just say that it involves a future imagining of a 3D printed utopia! So who are Crash Club?