Happy New Year! Wishing a happy and prosperous 2018 to all our customers, partners and friends! The past year has been a rollercoaster and a huge (and fun) learning experience. We have particularly enjoyed working on collaborative projects, especially where we take an idea from a client and make it into a physical model. […]
Some images of our latest project for Sue Ryder.
3d printable design files A short 3d printing time-lapse of some of our clan crest designs. We always test-print new designs to ensure printability before making the design files available in our shop. This is our latest batch of 10 designs undergoing their test print. If you have access to a 3d printer, our designs[…]
We are delighted to work with Charlie House to provide them with an architectural model of their “Big Build Project”. Charlie House is a Scottish charity providing much-needed services for children with complex disabilities, medical needs and/or life-limiting conditions in the North East of Scotland.
Celtic3d Teams-up with Make Aberdeen Celtic3d have teamed up with Make Aberdeen for an exciting project for Vattenfall and the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre. Members of the public in the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire area can personalise and create a complimentary avatar of themselves. These will appear in two special exhibitions in February alongside a[…]
Offshore Digital Playspace Alongside the huge scale of Offshore Europe 2017, Celtic3d was invited to participate in the “Offshore Digital Playspace” a fringe event co-hosted by Scottish Enterprise, Elevator and The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC). More than 30 innovative companies took part, all looking at different aspects of the Offshore industry getting the[…]
Celtic3d features in a DigitalBoost Case Study, published by our friends over at Commendium. Background Initially we had a bit of a hard-time convincing Business Gateway that we needed help. We do have a ton of in-house capabilities to write code, manage servers, even creating our own micro-services and cloud-based apps to help us with[…]
Celtic3d are exhibiting at this year’s “The Ultimate Business Show“, TUBS2017 at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on 26th April 2017.
We are disappointed to learn of the decision to close Make Aberdeen from 21st March 2018. Make is a public-access digital fabrication space in the centre of Aberdeen. It supports a community of Makers, SMEs, students and artists giving them studio space and access to some high-end laser-cutters, 3d printers, digital sewing, digital vinyl cutters, and[…]
Visualising the Space It’s perhaps not surprising that, faced with unfamiliar surroundings and the need for a design to work first-time, we tend to make ourselves a model to figure out our approach. So it was with our stall at Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce‘s “The Ultimate Business Show” earlier in the year.
Why casting? Responding to some recent jobs and enquiries for 3d prints that can be used to create moulds for casting, we realised there is a whole new world available to us if we added mould making and casting to our capabilities.
Celtic3d recently featured in an article on the Scottish Business News Network (SBNN). The article covers the background to setting up Celtic3d and some of the help received from Business Gateway. Read the full article on the SBNN site.