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.
Wednesday, 1 March 2017 | Jon Brydges
3D printing with colorFabb nGen, HT and XT materials
With plastic extrusion (FFF/FDM) desktop 3D printers, the wealth of materials available for 3D printing is sometimes bewildering and growing by the day!
colorFabb, a leading manufacturer of 3D printing filaments has specifically developed a range of co-polyester materials with Eastman Chemical Company, to offer different functionalities and characteristics.
We find these materials particularly well suited to our clients for engineering applications due to the materials’ qualities, consistency and dimensional stability.
Read on to find out what these materials are all about and their differences.
Monday, 9 January 2017 | Sabina Gonzalez-George
Discuss the latest 3D printer technology developments with industry experts.
CREAT3D showcase 3D printers at Southern Manufacturing Show 2017.
CREAT3D will be featuring the latest technology developments in 3D printers at the Southern Manufacturing Show 2017, on stand R127.
Monday, 24 October 2016 | Sabina Gonzalez-George
CREAT3D rollout desktop 3D printers and 3D scanners across 32 Scottish libraries.
The Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC) made a successful bid for funding to the Scottish Government to introduce 3D printing in public libraries. Whilst the technology had already been incorporated into a few library services, the additional funding was designed to provide the opportunity to expand and develop 3D printing services, expertise and skills across Scottish libraries.