3D Printing: it’s older than you think
It might surprise you to know that 3D printing has been around since the 1980s. Yet it’s only been in recent years that the technology developed to the point where it allowed printing on a small scale. And with that, the explosion of 3D Printing into the home began.
See also this post, Additive Manufacturing and how it all began.
What does this mean for you?
It means that we, as SED Developments, can offer you a 3D printing design service that works for you. The only limits on what we can design is that of your imagination. The free reign of creativity allowed by 3D printing has led us to creating, amongst other things:
- Diddy dog-bone-shaped zip pulls for Hannah Dosanjh wash bags
- A remote-controlled, model snow plough
- Personalized key rings
- Models of the Eiffel Tower
- And a badge for a 1930s vintage Vauxhall car – where it wasn’t possible to recreate the badge
You have only to ask us. But, if you have a 3D printer tucked away at home that you’re not using to best advantage, we can help you produce designs so you can get it working for you.
Cookie cutters and more
Here at SED Developments we love baking. Our baked goods taste fab but aren’t, we’re happy to admit –not the prettiest. That’s why we provide the tools for all you talented creatives out there to do what you’re good at it.
We love design and innovation so there’s no run-of-the-mill, bog standard cookie cutters here. Oh no. Hence, we have a cow face (it’s moos to us too!), a poo emoji, a Christmas jumper and an outline of Africa. To name but some.
In fact, we’ve got dozens of designs for every occasion. You can see a mere few of them in the gallery below and the rest are in our Ebay shop.
And we’ll create a cookie cutter just for you… send us a silhouette or outline of your desired shape (royalty free of course!) and we’ll print your cookie cutter.
Let’s create with SED Developments 3D Printing
So, if you have a cookie cutter design you want customising, or a creation you want either printing or designing, then let’s have a chat.
Contact us on 01793 705380 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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