Table Top Games and 3D Printing 3D printing technology is increasingly being used within the realm of table top games. For example, losing a playing piece for a boardgame is a common occurrence and it can be difficult to purchase a replacement. Why not just 3D print a new one?...
Intellectual property (IP) rights can at times be difficult to understand. Changes to IP law happen frequently, often because of technological advances. The advent of 3D printing has introduced some interesting challenges to existing IP law. This blog explores how IP law interacts with 3D printing.
Additive Manufacturing and The Medical Industry The medical industry is always an early adopter of new and innovative technology, and this has certainly been the case with additive manufacturing and 3D printing. Very early on in the lifecycle of additive manufacturing, surgeons were able to use the technology to foresee...
We made a 3D Printed Burns Statue for Burns Night! Freely downloadable from Myminifactory. Find out more about what a traditional Burns Supper looks like and what we Scots do to celebrate the memory of Robert Burns.
Luxury Filament with Added Mica Our new luxury filament gives your models extra shine! The Mica Filament range is the newest in our family. We’ve added some Mica to the colours which gives your models a brighter and more luxurious finish.
Finally, a Masterspool for a small bed! Our latest design breaks into 4 sturdy pieces which will hold the filament securely, without it unwinding. It is designed for beds with a build size of 227 x 148mm. When it comes to beds, size doesn't matter!
A chocolate 3D printer? Finally, a yummy use of this technology. Celebrate the world of fine chocolates this October with some amazing creations straight from your imagination. Now you can make stunning designs to eat or just admire.
Are 3D Printed Shoes the Future? I first encountered 3D printed shoes when I discovered the ‘Futurecraft’ sneaker collection at the TCT 2017 event in Birmingham. In a collaboration between Carbon and Adidas the ‘Futurecraft’ sneaker was born.
Designed in the U.K Archie O’Brien a design student from Loughborough University has designed a completely new water jet propulsion system which incorporates 3D printing. His design not only looks slick and compact, it is assembly using additive manufacturing.