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Sometimes we joke that a 3D scanner could be called the ruler of our time. It is a measuring roulette, measuring slider,  micrometer, protractor, and many other measuring devices in one. You might ask - why we should make a 3D scan if we can measure everything manually with the same protractor? The answer is simple - we will speed up your work not a few, but a few dozen times! In addition, there is a likelihood of error when measured by hand. 3D scanner not only eliminates this possibility but also ensures accuracy up to 0.05mm.

For the same purpose, we were approached by a client who wanted to make an individual decoration for the stairs of his home. For this purpose was needed precise staircase geometry so that the cut finish would ideally match the real staircase edges. To do this, we used "Artec Leo" 3D scanner, which took only 15 minutes to scan 21 step stairs.

3D model has been handed over to a customer who intends to model and cut out an individual staircase decoration in order to enhance his home interior. We are glad that customers who value their precious time choose the most advanced technologies and are confident that the measurement process was not mistaken, and the decoration will fit perfectly and decorate the house!

Overall dimensions (mm): 1010 x 4194 x 5500

There is no secret that nowadays 3D printing is being used to produce custom gifts or ceremonial awards. And we are happy to offer our customers not only the creation of unique sculptures or replicas but also the opportunity to use exclusive technology for painting plastic sculptures.

This time the order was made by representatives of India through the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, wishing to make copies of the sculpture of M. Gandhi and H. Kalenbach, which could be used as special gifts for special people.

The original miniature of the sculpture is cast in bronze and attached to a granite base. Our team performed the miniature 3D scan using the highest precision "Artec Space Spider" 3D scanner, which captures environmental objects with an accuracy of 0.05 mm.

Original sculpture:

3D scanned model was printed by Zortrax's latest and largest "M300 Plus" 3D printer. The printing was made of ABS plastic, which is not only durable but also easy to process in subsequent post-printing processes.

3D printed sculpture has been carefully prepared and painted, choosing the needed bronze hue and maintaining the aging effect. Such sculpture is an accurate replica of the original miniature.

This method of sculpture production not only reduces production costs but also allows multiple copies to be made in a short period of time. A total of 5 sculptures were made in up to 1 month.

Size (mm): 250 x 140x 300

We have shared a lot of stories about 3D printing possibilities to rescues a wide variety of devices and mechanisms of which certain parts or elements suddenly break or wear out. But.. what if our own "parts" wear out? Can we still use the benefits of 3D technology? Definitely yes!

A patient with ankle joint disease that requires joint surgery has come to our company with special inquire. We were given the patient's MRI data from the medical staff. Using the data, we performed a DICOM - STL conversion to obtain a computerized 3D model of the joint, which is already suitable for 3D printing.

For this case, we have chosen the most advanced "Zortrax M300 plus" 3D printer with a 300 x 300 x 300 mm building volume. This printer operates on the principle of FDM technology. The Z-HIPS plastic has been selected for the ankle joint, which ensures smoothness of the walls and it's more resistant to bending and deformation during 3D printing.

The 3D printed model was handed over to the medical staff, who were able to get a closer look at the patient's case before the operation, to make the necessary measurements and to prepare for the operation. This order enabled the patient and the physicians to quickly and accurately optimize the surgical process and accelerate the entire treatment process.

Size (mm): 285 x 125 x 300

The fact that 3D scanning is very widely applicable is known to everyone. However, have you ever wondered how 3D scanners can be used in culinary applications? We are already convinced of that. At the customer's request, we performed 3D scanning and 3D printing of edible sculpture. The sculpture was dedicated to a special gourmet competition in Germany. As you know, things that you eat are not very long-lasting, but a 3D scanner and 3D printer can permanently immortalize them, which is especially important when the creators put their whole heart into this edible artwork.

“Artec Eva” and “Space Spider” 3D scanners were used for this 3D scanning. “Artec Eva” makes it easy to capture the overall geometry of the sculpture because the sculpture is almost one meter high. The “Space Spider” 3D scanner is used to capture the most detailed parts- grapes, face, hair and etc. This combination of scanners ensures the highest accuracy and speed of work. The scanned model has an accuracy of up to 0.05 mm.

The scanned sculpture was printed by our large “Modix” 3D printer. This printer operates on the principle of FDM technology and enables you to turn a digital file into a real object quickly and efficiently. The printed sculpture was handed to the artist, who will preserve it as a memoir of his own edible sculpture, the original of which is probably already eaten. 😊

We are delighted with the creativity and ability of our clients to see the benefits of 3D technology in all areas of their business!


Size (mm): 995 x 407 x 314