Projects

We go really BIG, or really small. No compromises.

Building building models

Recently, we were asked to deliver a model for a planned 10-unit development by a local developer. We have always wanted to 3D print a building model and were surprised how well it turned out. Based on the CAD drawings of the building, we worked with the developer and produced a 1:250 scaled down version of the building. Next, to 3D print a 1:1 building.

Wedge wirebonder tool mock model

We were commissioned by the University of Melbourne to deliver a mock up of the Westbond semiautomatic wirebonder wedge bonder tool. It was to be used as a teaching aid for new users of the machine. Think of it as a high tech sewing machine that uses metal threads to connect computer chips to a carrier package. 

3D Printing Presentation to Senior Folks

We made a presentation at the Chinese Community Social Services Centre planned activity group event at Wantirna South and Mulgrave recently. Just like our young students, the elderly audience were captivated by the possibilities of 3D printing. At the end, we printed a 身体健康 key chain as a demonstration to everyone. 

Novelty Name Tags

We got a request in 2015 to make some novelty name tags. The customer from Singapore wanted it to remain a secret so we made it a clandestine project. It turned out to be a surprise Christmas present for family and friends. We are stoked to be part of something special for friends and family.

Smart Wrist Watch

What do you do when given the opportunity to showcase technology in fashion. You make a smart wrist watch. We came up with a battery-saving feature for a wrist watch using a 3-axis accelerometer and topped it up with an alcohol sensor. The electronics was encased in a custom-designed 3D printed ABS bracelet.  It was a proud moment for us when the watch was paraded at IEEE WIE energised fashion runway event. It was covered by 3DPrint.com in this article.

 

 

 

3D Printed Jigsaw Puzzle Signboard

We helped the Centre for Holistic Health, a non-profit organisation, to deliver a unique and never before tried method for producing a signboard. What we set out to do was an innovative combination of advanced CAD technique and 3D printing technology. Our method offers many advantages over conventional method of using moulds. Advantages such as reduced cost, ease of scalability, minimal material wastage and quick turn around time have helped CHH in their highly successful launch. Our effort has been recognised by the Australian Book of Records as the largest 3D printed puzzle signboard.

 

 

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