It’s no longer surprising to learn that a new technology is ‘transforming’ or ‘revolutionizing’ an industry, or an aspect of everyday life. People in the industrialized world are used to regularly hearing or reading stories about pioneering technology that has the potential to impact our lives in progressively predictable ways.
Livemaster creative studio adopts 3D printing in the doll making and acsessories industry. They say that Raise3D is the ideal 3D printer for small batch production.
Syther Gaming is a game designer developer and publisher within the tabletop gaming and toy manufacturing industry. Before investing in a Raise 3D printer, development was just generic simple representations barely compatible with the quality results they are able to design and produce today.
3D Printing is a game-changer in the Movie and Digital EFX Industry and Alliance studio considers Raise3D a no-brainer investment- Large build volume and reliability at an affordable price for stunning special effects design.
By applying 3D printing in his movie make-up and props studio, Rick Baker has been able to create repeatability with parts and scaled copies, and decrease overall time with digital design and direct printing.
3D printing allowed a cost effective solution to what is normally an expensive and more time consuming traditional process of trophy and scupture making by using clay, molds, and metal casting.
Comic-Con and entertainment industry employ additive manufacturing with 3D printing to create life-like costumes and props at a fraction of the cost of traditional production methods.