Posts from 2016 - Apr

More 3D Printing

Fivium droplet logos in porcelain and plastic

Last summer I wrote about 3D printing a replacement gear for a mechanical device in my office at Fivium. This topic came up recently while talking to one of the directors during the company's 10th birthday party and I mentioned how it was a fairly simple thing to do, fun and how much I'd like to do it more yet the cost of paying a third party to print is a high barrier for personal projects.

Thankfully for me they were interested in having the company logo, a water droplet, printed in 3D when I mentioned that I had attempted to model it during the time I created the gear.

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No comments yet... :: Posted by Nick Palmer :: 2016-04-23 18:41:21