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Jewelry is another area where innovative jewelers keep pace with the latest technology. It is no exception to this project by artist Lauryna Kiskyte. The main idea - move her own feet into jewelry. To fulfill this ambition, Lauryna needed extremely accurate 3D scanning and 3D printing of her feet.

We chose "Artec's" ultra-precise and fast 3D scanners for feet 3D scanning. The "Artec Eva" machine has made it possible to work with an accuracy of 0.1 mm. The scanned feet were reduced to a height of 10 cm and printed with  "Zortrax M200" 3D printer. We chose Z-HIPS white plastic for printing, which is suitable for printing mock-ups, prototypes, art products because it gives a very smooth and aesthetic surface.

Lauryna used the 3D printed feet to make gypsum molds, where she cast porcelain. The developer used porcelain castings in jewelry making. Some of these pieces of jewelry have been able to compete in the International Jewelry Competition in Japan! We are delighted with Lauryna's achievements, we wish her never lose creativity, and our team is always ready to help you realize all your creative ambitions.

© The copyright belongs to Lauryna Kiskyte. Master photo by Yoshida Yujin.

3D printing technology:  FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: Z-HIPS

Size (mm): 65 x 37 x 100 mm

3D scanning of automotive and motorcycle parts is one of the broadest areas in which 3D scanning has already become an indispensable helper. As we continue to partner with motorcycle parts design and production company “Tommy & Sons”, we are sharing another their project.

"Tommy & Sons" asked us to make a 3D scan of the back of one motorcycle. For this case, we have chosen ultra-fast and convenient "Artec Leo" 3D scanner with a built-in battery and onboard automatic processing. For these reasons you do not need any additional equipment such as a laptop, battery, or power source to operate the "Leo" scanner. The "Artec Leo" 3D scanner captures environmental elements with a precision of 0.1 mm, ensuring not only convenient but also accurate and fast operation.

The scanned 3D model is used to create a new motorcycle side boxes and rear wheel fender. Having a scanned 3D model you can easily measure all the dimensions you need, make predictions, and get the perfect geometry. This significantly speeds up the process of developing a new product and greatly reduces the potential of errors.

3D scanning of cars and motorcycles parts accelerates, simplifies and ensures efficient operation of our customers.

Size of the object (mm): 846 x 479 x 870

This time we are sharing a cool #Dancerbus project by “Vėjo projektai”. Dancer is an electric transport system that includes e-buses, maintenance and its own green energy supply. We also had the opportunity to contribute to this project by printing steering wheel trim for the new electric bus.

We received 3D model files from the customer for the required parts. Zortrax M300 Plus 3D Printer has been selected for 3D printing. This printer generates outstanding precision and smooth surface of the 3D printed object. This facilitates further post-processing. Since the 3D printed parts had to be painted, we chose the Z-Ultrat plastic. This material is not only easy to process but also has excellent mechanical properties.

3D printed parts were polished and painted in matte black. This method made it possible to quickly and easily produce the unique parts needed for the electric bus being developed. Such parts can work well not only as prototypes but also as end products.

3D printing technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: Z-Ultrat

Size (mm): 207 x 72 x 68 (the biggest one)

If anyone asked to list the areas in which 3D printing has revolutionized manufacturing processes, sculptors would definitely be in the TOP 10. 3D scanning and 3D printing of sculpture positives not only shortens production time but also allows you to reproduce the same product more than once and save it in the digital space for future use.

This time we were approached by an art student asking to print a positive for the bronze sculpture mold making. The customer created the computer model by himself. We just had to do 3D printing. The reliable and accurate "Zortrax M300 Plus" printers were selected. The sculpture was printed in white HIPS plastic, which is specifically intended for printing layouts, sculptures, prototypes, etc.

3D printed human sculpture will be used to make the mold. In this form will be cast the bronze sculpture. This method of production eliminates the need for positive production by hand, thus saving a lot of precious customer time.

3D printing technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: HIPS

Object size (mm): 266.68 x 153.22 x 300

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