Friday, 18 August 2017 | Sachin
CREAT3D’s Creative Hub Project Number 1: Hand Clamp Screw
The Team at CREAT3D like to dabble in extra-curricular activities, partly under the guise of learning, but mostly because we just love to get involved with our 3D printer products, so we decided to put together the CREAT3D Creative Hub, where we get to 3D print objects for fun.
As we have a great range of 3D printers with different capabilities and outputs at our disposal we will do a lot of cross-printer 3D printing, using a variety of materials and technologies.
CREAT3D’s Creative Hub, Project Number 1: Hand Clamp Screw. Which is now proudly clamping on our workbench.
Wednesday, 16 August 2017 | Sabina Gonzalez-George
Markforged release Industrial Composite Series of 3D Printers
We are pleased to announce the new Markforged Industrial Composite Series of 3D Printers: the Markforged X Series.
Markforged have expanded the successful industrial Mark X into a portfolio of three printers: X3, X5 and now X7 (previously known as Mark X).
Friday, 11 August 2017 | Sabina Gonzalez-George
3D Printers for Higher Education.
The 2017 Conference on University Purchasing (COUP) is taking place from Tuesday 5th to Thursday 7th September.
CREAT3D, an approved framework supplier, will be exhibiting at COUP providing information and advice on the latest 3D printer technologies, and how it is being adapted within Higher Education across a wide breadth of applications including Engineering, Product Design, Architecture, Art, Science, Technology and Built Environment.
Wednesday, 17 May 2017 | Sabina Gonzalez-George
Specialist 3D printers for specialist applications.
CREAT3D will be presenting the latest technology developments in 3D printers at The Engineer Design & Innovation Show, part of Subcon 2017, on stand K71 at the NEC Birmingham from 6 to 8 June 2017.
Working across multiple industries and applications including Engineering and Manufacturing, the CREAT3D Team will show how these machines are used for tooling, jigs & fixtures, casings, enclosures, sacrificial parts, end-use parts, sales tools, moulds, components, casings, and more.
Thursday, 20 April 2017 | Jon Brydges
Printing with colorFabb nGen on CEL Robox
A whole variety of 3D printing materials have been released over the last couple of years, so we thought we’d take some time to experiment.
Our first test is 3D printing using colorFabb’s co-polyester, nGen on the CEL Robox 3D printers. We wanted to test the capabilities of nGen as an everyday 3D printing material.