Many of the greatest ideas stem from the creative juices of those who put pen to paper and get to work. In this modern age, anything is possible, and increasingly, abstract 2D images are deemed to lack the sense of reality of 3D. The realm of the three dimensional allows for an image or an idea to take a physical and practical form. Holding an abstract creative vision in ones hands is something pretty special, something progressive and unique. This is where 3D printing really comes in to its own, helping artists, engineers, industry and even students realise ambition. On the one hand, 3D printing is transforming industry, enabling for more robust and preordained business decisions and investments whilst acting as a means of artistic genius, transporting the abstract in to physical alignment. Slice 3D Printing is the online home of this service, producing three dimensional models of all shapes and sizes.
Slice 3D printing offers the inherent professionalism, experience and knowledge as well as equipment required to produce such models. Boasting the industry’s latest generation of 350 3D Printers, they are able to turn out models of astoundingly fine detail. Each and every prototype produced using this software will mimic the dimensions of its abstract predecessor, identical in every way. It is the aim of Slice 3D printing to transform CAD designs of the greatest complexities in to physical 3D model reality. Not only is this a feat which enables unrivalled clarity, 3D printing is also an invaluable investment tool, by virtue of the fact it allows for prototypes to be assessed for both form and fit and so enables any rough edges to be ironed out prior to mainstream production.
Away from the corporate use, 3D printing can play an equally important role in individual or artistic designs, from sculptures to jewellery designs to the next big thing on the high street, all are possible. Slice 3D Printing uses the default prototype material Fullcure 720 Transplant, something perhaps better known for those within the industry, and for those without prior knowledge, there is a dedicated page detailing all of its many structural properties. For those customers with more discerning requirements however, Slice 3D Printing welcomes discussions on alternatives. This is the unique selling point of the business – one which carefully combines the requirements of the novice with the specialist.
So, to transform those abstract drawings into reality be sure to review the uses of additive manufacturing by visiting www.slice3dprinting.co.uk.