We start from a basic idea. The object is designed in 3D software editor. Then, we continue with a program that translate our 3d object composed of point clouds in coordinates into the language of 3d printers, slicering the file. Next, we print the three-dimensional object by adding successive layers of plastic, and finally it’s time for the handmake polish of the post-process.
Our production process is divided into 4 phases:
- The first step is the design of the part, either starting from scratch or modifying existing designs.
- Then, we look for the appropriate printing parameters. There are hundreds of printing parameters, from layer height, wall thickness, speeds, fills, supports, etc.
- Next, we make the physical impression of the piece. This is a process that takes between 12 and 18 hours depending on the piece.
- Finally, we remove the supports, remove any remaining filament excess, and paint each pieces.