What have we been printing lately?

We have enjoyed a great variety of work lately, with some very interesting projects.  Understandably we can’t share many of the things we are working on, however below are just a few examples:

Scale model of an oil processing unit.
Designed in New Zealand by ITL engineering (http://www.itnz.co.nz/)

This model was made using MJP (Multi-jet printing) and was later painted by the customer, the nice thing about multi-jet is the great detail achieved:

 

3D printed Pelton Wheel in Stainless steel.
We just provided this scale model of a Pelton wheel designed by hydroworks (www.hydroworks.co.nz) for Westpower of Greymouth New Zealand (http://www.westpower.co.nz/)
We think this is a nice example of metal 3D printing, the print is 120mm in diameter and shows fine detail, you can even see the thread on the tiny bolts:

New range of fins for Roy Stuart Surfing.

We have been working with Roy to produce a new range of 3D printed surf fins.  These are now available in his new store found here: http://roystuart.myshopify.com/
Below is a colourful selection showing some recent releases: