With us you will realize your every idea! with low financial outlays. We specialize in designing production machinery and equipment, 3D scanning, 3D printing, programming focused on supporting industry and design processes as well as broadly understood design and technical consulting. We work with dozens of freelancers from around the world and people working in various industries.
With us you can print absolutely any kind of plastic elements. We have FDM, SLA, SLS technology, we operate on professional devices. Depending on the needs and application, we provide our services in several variants: eco, standard, quality. Color, type of material, properties depend on individual inquiry and 3D printing methods.
What is 3D printing? 3D printing is a method of producing elements from plastics, metals, composites and many other materials in an incremental way, ie “layer by layer”. The technique of 3D printing in additive technology was invented in the 1980s and was patented as stereolithography. There are currently dozens of 3D printing methods, each method has its purpose, pros and cons. 3D printing is most often used to make prototypes as a cheaper and faster alternative to other production methods.
What is 3D scanning? 3D scanning is a technology of digital collection of information about the shape of a three-dimensional object and based on the scale and algorithm of giving it appropriate dimensions close to real. 3D scanning is used in reverse engineering, prototyping, quality control, prosthetics, industrial design and many other industries. 3D scanning is a time-consuming process that requires specialist knowledge of the operation of scanners, their operation, and knowledge of CAD programs.
Tooling, machines etc.
What is design? Designing is a complex and multi-threaded creative process which results in solving a problem and satisfying the needs. In the design process, we can use any methods, techniques, knowledge, experience, devices etc. to get the final product (solve the problem). Often the final model does not resemble the original outline or idea. We can safely say that the design process consists in 80% of the thought phase and 20% of the final form creation phase.
What is industrial design? Industrial design is nothing but a design process focused on developing products for mass production. It is a development aimed at enriching material culture by constantly improving the aesthetics and functionality of everyday objects.