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Times are changing. Our needs are changing as well. We often face a situation where we not only want to replace worn-out parts of equipment, but also to improve them, adapt them to other devices, or change their design. Such a problem was also encountered by the customer who provided a detail of the impeller for its renewal.

Based on the broken original part provided, our professional engineers restored the propeller shapes. At the customer's request, we adjusted the mounting points of the part, adapting the part to the drive of another belt. Because the impeller is mounted on the motor and rotates during operation, we have chosen one of our strongest plastic for printing. In this case, we used PC-ABS. This material is particularly strong, durable, and able to last a long time. 3D printing was performed on a closed "Zortrax M200" 3D printer. Thanks to the closed printing camera, this 3D printer allows high-quality printing of a wide variety of plastics.

This method of production is the only choice for fast, high-quality, and low-cost restoration or improvement of unique technical parts.

3D printing technology:  FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: PC-ABS

Size (mm): 75.00 x 75.00 x 30.00

Many of our customers have already become convinced of the advantages of small-scale production by 3D printing. This production method not only effectively reduces the price of the product but also allows to maintain the high quality of the product and fast production time.

This time we were approached by a company engaged in the production of pool equipment. At their request, we performed 3D printing of the propellers of the specific pool device. According to the computer models provided by the customer, we printed 60 pieces of uniquely designed propellers. Printing material ABS. This plastic is extremely strong and durable, making it ideal for use in contact with pool water and ensures the longevity of the part. We used extremely accurate and reliable "Zortrax M200" 3D printers for production. These devices, with closed printing chambers, prints ABS plastic in particularly high quality, ensuring that there are no changes in shape. The robust construction and technical parameters of the device allowed to ensure the highest quality of the surface and completeness of the impeller.

3D printed propellers allowed the customer to receive high-quality, uniquely designed products at an affordable price extremely quickly. Once again, you can be sure that 3D printing is the best production method for small series production.

3D printing technology:  FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: ABS

Size (mm): 210.0 x 210.0 x 47.9

As every year, the popular magazine "Manufacturing Technology Insights" has published the TOP 10 of the best European companies in 3D technology in 2020. We are happy to share the news that this year "3D Creative" also entered the TOP 10. This recognition notes that the company provides the highest quality 3D technology services, has a wide and unique range of services, and has an impact on the entire industry. Ranked companies keep pace with the most innovative technologies and are able to offer their customers the best solutions.

We sincerely thank our customers, who trust us with even the most complex ambitions. It allows us to grow and improve as a company.

We invite you to read the interview with the director of the company "3D Creative" Saulius Lileikis:

Many will agree that there are many interesting things to be found in every museum. All the exhibits not only count for many years but also carry their own exceptional, unique stories. For these reasons, the exhibits are particularly sensitive to any external influences. That's why the creation and digitization of relics have caused many inconveniences to museums, but modern 3D technology has effectively remedied this situation.

This time we are sharing the Jurbarkas Regional Museum, the National M. K. Čiurlionis Museum, and our project - the production of a copy of the sculpture of Veliuona Madonna. Veliuona Church of the Assumption of the St. Virgin Mary parish in 2021 will celebrate its 600th anniversary. On the occasion of the commemoration, it was wanted to bring this sculpture to Veliuona Church, but due to the requirements for storing the exhibits, this idea was not real. For this reason, it was decided to make a copy of the sculpture using 3D technology.

For this purpose was performed 3D scanning of the original sculpture. An extremely fast and accurate "Artec Eva" 3D scanner captured the whole sculpture with a 3D point accuracy of up to 0.1 mm. "Artec 3D" scanners are contactless and don't have any negative impact on the museum's exhibits during scanning. The scanned 3D model was used for 3D printing of the sculpture with large scale FDM technology 3D printer "Modix". Due to the particularly large printing area, the sculpture was divided into just a few parts.

The printed sculpture was glued together and prepared for painting. This project will be continued by a careful painting process, reproducing the imitation of the wood surface. This method of production allows not only to realize unique ideas but also to do it especially quickly and accurately.

3D printing technology:  FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

3D printing material: PETG

Height (mm): 1100