By far the largest model we’ve drawn, printed, and sold.
A custom job for a local business. Ended up being both cheaper and faster than their modified “off the shelf” case.
Building, upgrading, or troubleshooting a 3D printer? General3D is always willing to help!
While generally sticking with practical models, this tree was a fun project. The vases on either side are not a General3D design, but were the inspiration.
While 3D printing isn’t ideal for large scale production, modest quantities of custom and/or personalized products can be manufactured for a surprisingly low cost.
A quick concept I drew and printed, a chip covered by acrylic were later inserted by the designer.
Certain projects are not well suited to 3D printing will be either discouraged or declined.
General3D won’t waste your time and money on projects you won’t be happy with. Efficacy is the first step of every project.
Many pictures of the vase are taken, processed, and fed into software.
Software converts the images into a 3D model.
The model is cleaned and perfected using sculpting software.
A model is used to design a mold.
The mold is printed.
The mold is filled with concrete.
After curing, the mold is removed, revealing a completed vase with internal lining.
This one was designed to have tension when assembled to prevent the common issue of them falling apart when being handled.
One of our most popular designs. Since release, models for many different radios have been requested.
This is Mica taking a nap. She suffered was diagnosed with Degenerative Myelopathy
After casting a model of her paw, we were able to convert it into a digital model to be printed, or even designed into a book-end in her memory.
The cast paw is photographed from all angles.
Software converts the processed images into a model.
The model is cleaned and prepared for printing.
Much more comfortable and ergonomic. This design was also a very popular product.