3D scanning for capturing 3D data of dental moulds

One problem shared by many dentists is the need to hold onto and store large numbers of dental moulds. This takes up space and costs you money. There is now a way of getting rid of all your moulds without losing the information. You use a 3D scanner to capture all...

3D Pens

IT IS 3D introduces new 3D pens – the 3Pen-A and 3Pen-B.  These pens allow you to create objects faster. Equipped with an LCD or OLED screen, temperature and speed status are easy to check. We used ergonomic design both for the contour of the pen and for the buttons....

3D printing in China – ahead or behind

Many of the lower cost 3D printers are designed and made in China? That seems to be correct. So therefore the Chinese public in general and school kids in particular will be well versed in 3D printing, and more knowledgeable than youngsters in Europe? That’s what we...

3D printer for multi-purpose printing

School departments are not usually limited to one application; they have a need for equipment which can meet a number of different requirements, for a number of different projects or areas of activity. Most 3D printers are limited in this area. 3D printing is not...

Exceptional 3D scanning equipment

Users of 3D scanning equipment are not usually limited to one application; they have a need for scanners which can meet a number of different requirements, for a number of different projects or, in FE, for different areas of research. Most 3D scanners are limited in...

Food Ink – the world’s first pop up 3D printing restaurant

This week has seen Food Ink, with the help of one of our 3D printers, launching a 3 day event in Shoreditch, a trendy area of East London. This event was a world first; London, even after Brexit, is still the centre of the world! 10 diners each evening paid to be part of this revolutionary experience. They sat on 3D printed stools. They sat at 3D printed tables. They used 3D printed cutlery. They also used VR goggles for one course (the goggles were not 3D printed – just part of the experience). Most importantly, the food was 3D printed. By world class chefs. Brought in from Spain. We were only there during the day, to see what was going on, how it was all done, admire the space and the set up, and of course to keep our By Flow 3D food printer company. It is called Focus.