How Does Reverse Engineering Work?

How Does Reverse Engineering Work?

Reverse engineering (RE) is a mechanical engineering term. It is a process in which you take an existing object and reconstruct it by working backwards to discover how it has been designed and put together. If you think of a conventional design and production process,...
No large project’s ever too big for us

No large project’s ever too big for us

What most amazes you about 3D printing? Could it be the 3D printed houses that are destined for the Netherlands? The fact NASA are using it to explore the impact of ice formations on aircraft wings or the fact it could possibly be used to help rebuild coral reef?...
3D Printing Innovation

3D Printing Innovation

Printing the future: Our latest 3D printing innovation.   Did you notice this exciting update we shared on LinkedIn earlier in the year ? If you spotted it, then we’re sure it piqued your interest and, if you didn’t, then we’d hate you to miss out on it. While it...
How does laser scanning work?

How does laser scanning work?

What is laser scanning? An essential part of modern 3D printing, laser scanning involves the use of lasers to survey and produce a detailed digital model of an object. This does not involve any degree of contact or damage to the scanned object, thus removing any...
Are 3D Printed Parts Strong?

Are 3D Printed Parts Strong?

How strong 3D printed parts are depends on several key aspects, including: The material you use for printing, and How you design and print your 3D parts. Why 3D Printing Materials Matter Your 3D print will only ever be as good as the material you use. This means...