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We are pleased to have become an indispensable partner for our customers in the production of original candles. This time we are sharing the candlemaker „CandleCan” impressive project - production of salmon candle positive.

For this idea implementation, were used 3D modeling and 3D printing services. Our highly skilled artistic 3D designers have created an extremely realistic salmon surface texture. The 3D modeling was done according to the customer's photos and requirements.

For the candle positive model 3D printing was chosen as the most accurate SLA printing technology. This 3D printing method enables extremely precise (0.05 mm layer thickness) and detailed 3D computer model reproduction. Because the surface of the salmon is very fine and detailed, the choice of the SLA perfectly met the expectations.

The 3D printed positive was used to produce a silicone mold. After all, the wax is cast in silicone form. After casting are made the final accents, such as painting and packaging in extra-original packaging.

It's nice to see that 3D printing allows you to have unlimited imagination and fulfill your most unexpected projects. We wish all the best for the "CandleCan" team and look forward to implementing their other original ideas as well!

3D printing technology: SLA (Stereolithography)

3D printing material: liquid resin

Size (mm): 99 x 99 x 47 mm

We often receive requests to print one or another product based on the provided 3D models. But what if you don't have 3D models? Forget an idea? Definitely not! In addition to 3D printing and 3D scanning, 3D creative offers a wide range of 3D modeling services. We can create a 3D model of the desired part from drawings, sketches, photos, videos or any other visual material.

This time we are sharing a 3D modeling of window profile. We made window profile visualization according to the client drawings. This is a sophisticated solid wood aluminum-clad window construction consisting of two windows, three panes. Due to competent designers, the profile of the window is created keeping the highest dimensional tolerances and aesthetic color.

This 3D model can be used for visualization purposes, file preparation for production or documentation.

Object size (mm): 563 x 563 x 215

It's no secret that 3D technology is widely used in the vehicle industry. Water transport is also no exception. This time we are sharing a 3D printing request from the Inland Waterways Authority.

Propeller blade 3D printing was performed according to the customer's 3D model. For this project, we used the next generation "Zortrax" 3D printer "M300 Plus ". This 3D printer is the perfect choice for ultra-smooth and precise walls. Also, this device is easy to operate and has a wide range of filaments.

The 3D printed product will be used as a positive for mold making and metal casting. 3D printing not only accelerated the production of positive manufacturing but also ensured that the product would be highly accurate, corresponding to the extremely important and complex geometry of the blade surface.

3D printing technology: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: PLA

Object size (mm): 239.1 x 81.0 x 154.1

Car is a sophisticated, consistent system. Each element of it is very important and responsible for the operation of other elements, assemblies, and mechanisms. Accuracy in such a system is paramount. Especially when it comes to sports cars.

The most common problems arise when there is a need to accurately measure the geometry of complex parts. Manual measurement is very time-consuming. Also, it is possible to make mistakes, inaccurate measurements later also entail significant financial costs when it comes to repeating the process and finding where the mistake was. However, 3D scanning can solve all of these problems.

We were approached by a racing company with the need to scan the car's engine. The geometry of the engine is extremely complex and manual measurements would be very difficult to make. For this reason, there was used 3D scanning. We performed 3D scanning with an "Artec Leo" 3D scanner capable of scanning up to 0.1 mm accuracy. The process took only a few minutes.

3D scanned data was used to create a customized, motor-mounted adapter. 3D scanning, in particular, accelerated the process and reduced the likelihood of possible errors. This type of measurement is extremely fast and reliable.

Scanned object size (mm): 567.30 x 672.22 x 620.25