3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, turns digital 3D models into solid objects by building them up in layers.

What lies ahead for 3D printing? The new technology promises a lot—and a whole lot more. 3D printing is moving in several directions and all indications are that it will continue to expand in many areas in the future. Some of the most promising areas include medical applications, custom parts replacement, and customized consumer products. As materials improve and costs go down, other applications we can barely imagine today will become possible.

Already is it possible to 3D print in a wide range of materials that include thermoplastics, thermoplastic composites, pure metals, metal alloys, ceramics and various forms of food.

Example Workflow of a 3D Motorcycle
3D Motorcycle

Compositing Test

Pre Texture

Pre Texture

3D Motorcycle

Texture & Colouring

Pre Texture


Final Branded 3D Model

3D Motorcycle
3D tech


Final Motorcycle 3D

Full 3D

3D model for print, VR and games

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