March 09, 2016
Here’s an except from their article:
Wan, of the 3D printing site Redicubricks, has caught our attention before with his incredible 3D designs, which include an intricate bike model and a beautifully detailed steampunk Iron Man prosthetic hand.
His completed mini-bombs are just as impressive as his other work, particularly for someone with admittedly no real knowledge about the interior structures of nuclear bombs. Both the hollow nuke and the cross section were printed in Ultimaker Metallic Silver PLA, and then painted with Liquid Mask, a rubbery, peelable substance that allows for the creation of a weathered, chipped-paint look. The finished products look like very real, rusty, weatherbeaten metal.
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September 24, 2019
We're excited to launch the Ultimaker S5 Pro Bundle: A unique production solution that, by taking the hassle out of 3D printing when using an extended range of materials, gives busy engineers and designers more freedom to focus all day on doing their best work.
September 18, 2019
August 23, 2019
We're excited to announce that we will be relocating in September 2019. Our first Brampton location will be moving to central Mississauga to a bigger and more feature-rich facility. Our targeted moving week will be from Sept 2 to Sept 9th. During this period, some services may be delayed or disrupted during that time.
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