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This spring, just like every year happened high-level corporate business event "Business Gourmet 2019". This year we had the opportunity to contribute to the creation of the gourmet awards, which, of course, are also an important part of the event. It's great when gourmet awards also feature gourmet technologies such as 3D modeling and 3D printing.

At the request of the organizers, a scoop-award digital design was created by our specialists. Our high-level artistic designers have created a stylized scoop of the required size with written down nominations. Modeled scoops were printed with SLS technology 3D printing. This 3D printing technology allows to achieve a very expressive surface of the subject, the detail, gives an extremely white color, looks aesthetically and luxurious. As a result, the awards look beautiful.

A totaly were made 10 scoops. 3D technologies have enabled the production of prizes to be realized very quickly, with high quality and to give them a unique design.

3D printing technology: SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)

3D printing material: PA2200

Object size (mm): 72 x 182 x 245

Probably many people would agree that these days, everything can be 3D scanned or 3D printed. And how happy we are when for this reason our clients do not limit their imagination and turn to us with the most unexpected ideas! One of them recently completed - an exact replica of the oldest Lithuanian oak trunk.

On customer's request, we performed 3D scanning of Stelmuze oak trunk. For this project was used an ultra-fast and accurate "Artec Eva" 3D scanner capable of capturing bulky objects.

The scanning conditions were difficult because the process took place in the natural environment under the sunlight. To eliminate this factor, artificial shadows were created by using cloths. With "Artec Eva" which has accuracy up to 0.1 mm, was created an extremely accurate 50 cm tall Stelmuze oak trunk pattern, despite adverse weather conditions.

Digital 3D model was handed over to a sculptor who created a gypsum model that molded the exact shape of the trunk, based on the scanned data. It took as much as 1.8 tons of concrete to make trunk copy. On the top of the trunk was mounted weather-resistant plywood, on which were printed the trunk grooves, which are about 240 in Stelmužė oak. It is estimated that this tree has been around for one and a half thousand years!

The concrete structure is installed in Ilzenberg Manor Park. Gold charts on the trunk mark the most important dates in the history of the country and the manor.

We are excited to be part of such a big project team. 3D scanning allowed developers to quickly and accurately create a computer model of this unique object and apply it to a concrete copy.

Object size (mm): 3267 x 3291 x 485.

Help to see the world! Of course, nothing will change the true power of vision, but it is a pleasure to contribute and let the blind to see at least a small piece of the world. Not in the eyes, but in the touch. This was the main meaning of the production of Birutė Park 3D model for the blind in Palanga.

For this project was prepared a special 3D model. Each element of Birutė Park was replicated with the corresponding elements - tree, lawn, pathway, water, sand, points of interest. Each area has a special surface that helps the blind to recognize and distinguish these objects. Points of interest are marked with numbers in Braille. At the bottom of the map, there are described each object in the appropriate numbers.

For project implementation was using 3D printing technologies.  Production was done with FDM technology using large format 600 x 600 x 600 mm 3D printers. Because this map is located in open-air at the entrance to the park, we specifically selected plastics that could stand outdoors. All the elements were assembled into one whole and fixed in a metal frame.

Today we are sharing photos taken a year after the layout was unveiled. You can make sure that neither snow, rain, wind or sun damage the product. We are delighted that 3D printing not only contributes to such great initiatives but also enables you to realize your unique ideas quickly and efficiently.

3D printing technology:  FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: PETG

Size (mm): 790 x 790 x 50 mm

This time, our company was approached by the bee products developer Teta Bitė from the apiary "Pašnekesiai su bitėmis". She came carrying a 30 cm heigh sculpture of happy monk, specially brought from abroad. The beekeeper liked the sculpture of the cheerful monk so much that she decided to make some resized candles in the shape of this monk. In that case, you would have to sculpt the monk by yourself, or .. use 3D technologies!

 Thanks to the advanced 3D technologies, candle-positive production has become an extremely fast and accurate procedure. The original ~ 30 cm happy monk sculpture was scanned using an "Artec Space Spider" 3D scanner, capable of capturing real objects with an accuracy up to 0.05 mm. The resulting 3D model was proportionally scaled to a height of 12 cm as needed to fit neatly into the box.

Candle-positive 3D printing was performed on a high-precision "Form 2" 3D printer based on stereolithography technology. This technology provides an extremely precise and smooth surface that is perfect for further silicone mold production.

3D printed monk sculpture was used to make a silicone mold. In this form, a series of monk candles were cast from wax to adorn Teta Bitė's client's homes. We are excited that 3D technologies are discovering their application in a wide variety of areas, making it easier to implement original ideas and save each of us precious time.

3D printing technology: SLA (Stereolitography)

3D printing material: liquid resin

Size (mm): 61 x 63 x 120 mm