On 1st October 2014, Creatz3D and Stratasys jointly organized an aerospace focus group to share about how addictive manufacturing can enable designs to become a tangible model within a short period of time, as well as how 3D printing can be applied in the aerospace industry. Over 50 individuals signed up for the event and many left with the […]
Creatz3D is honoured to participate with our partner, PD Solutions for a luncheon event. Held at ST Kinetics on 30th September 2014, Creatz3D managed to know more participants who are interested in the potential of 3D printing. Creatz3D is glad to create more awareness of addictive printing in the defence industry, as well as educating them about our products.
Expanding multi-material opportunities for designers and manufacturers. Debuting at IMTS (Internation Manufacturing Technology Show) in Chicago, Stratasys has up its game once more! Introducing the Objet500 Connex1 and Objet500 Connex2 that allows designers and manufacturers more options to shape the way things are made. The new 3D printers are able to combine multiple materials and high […]
On 14th August 2014, Creatz3D, Autodesk and NextU jointly organised a seminar to share about how concept designs can be a reality in just a short period of time with 3D printing, as compared to traditional methods. 60 over keen and participants were personally invited and came for this event were left with one […]
Even a full colored print deserves the artistic finishing touches. A printed piece can be spray-painted, hand painted for added effects and glossed for the optimized realism. In any case, the first step is to always ensure the model is free of dirt, oil, dust, moisture or defects; otherwise the paint would only have attached itself to the layer of foreign material. For added effects, lightly sand the model down before applying an undercoat to achieve some surface roughness, but without compromising on the details.
Designers are often limited by the 3D printer’s build capacity. How about printing in parts to be joined together? Use quick contact adhesives, Epoxy gluing, filament welding or soldering to create beyond the build size. Read more!