3D DESIGN (CAD) SERVICES
We can work from existing 3D models, physical prototypes, or napkin sketches to design a 3D model and physical prototype fit for your purposes.
You communicate directly with our designers to create your 3D model and 3D print your project right here in NY. During the 3D modeling process your designer will send you updates on their progress and 3D renderings for approval before we 3D print your model.
Send us your project references so we can help get your 3D project started.
3D PROTOTYPING SERVICE
We have the technology in-house to help iterate and prototype your project quicker. We use a variety of desktop manufacturing technologies to create with. For example, Laser Cutters, Vacuum Formers, 3D printers, CNCs and Injection Molders.
We worked with Vikings and History Channel to create over 3,000 Viking armbands for those brave enough to conquer the Viper Den!
The original 3D printable model was created by NIH using Magnetic Resonance Imaging to map a patient's vestibular organ. This process created an exact replica of the organ that accurately depicted every detail. We helped refine the model, scale it up and functional details and create an innovative tool for our client to sell to her patients as an educational product.
This was an April fools campaign for client. where the concept was to launch a fake line of enormous 3D-printed phone cases modeled after your favorite Clash of Clans weapon. So you can play ‘Clash’ anywhere, any time…without anyone knowing.
We traveled to the Vikings studio outside of Dublin, Ireland and 3D-scanned a series of props. To promote each episode, we 3D-printed one of the scanned props and fans would guess the object’s relevance to the episode for a chance to win the 3d print.
We 3D modeled and 3D printed custom passive amps for Diffusion PR. This amp is really unique because the design allows for any phone to be used and the sound quality is great. Each amp was 3D printed in biodegradable bioplastic (PLA).
For this project, we collaborated with New York digital agency Situation Interactive on a project for Vikings on History. The scope was to design and 3D print objects from each episode of season 4. We ended up using three different types of 3D printers to create the ten objects.
Our studio is located in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn New York. Here we are surrounded by many artists and friends, one of whom is Joshua McKenney - the artist behind the Pidgin doll. We’ve been working with Joshua for years and wish him the best of luck on his journey out west to L.A.!