We received a lovely note from a customer, Andy, who bought one of our clan crest digital designs. Andy was looking for a way to add a personal touch to a gift for a friend celebrating a milestone birthday. He thought a 3d printed clan crest design would be an ideal way to add personalisation to a decanter filled with his friend’s favourite Islay single malt. While he had access to a 3d printer, unfortunately, we did not have the MacGregor crest available in our shop, so Andy got in-touch. We were more than happy to create a design for a MacGregor clan crest for Andy. We have since also added it to our portfolio.
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3d modelling and 3d printing service. Scale models from your CAD files or drawings for clear communication of your design. Put your ideas on the table.
Brilliant opportunity for anyone who wants to try and get into TV in Scotland
I don’t get to wear them often, love it even more when I do!
I sculpted those knotted gun cuff links in VR with medium, 3D printed in brass with @shapeways, initial file here https://skfb.ly/6yRJQ
These guys are awesome. We use all these processes in our own shop (except the metal etching). The other big difference is that they have 500 employees! I have some catching up to do.
The Roman Empire's northerly frontier. A reconstructed view of Watling Lodge looking towards Camelon fort about a mile distant. Camelon was constructed earlier then reoccupied and annexed during the building of the Antonine Wall (AD 142). #RomanFortThursday.