Invent Medical combines custom software with Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing and Post-Processing Solutions to produce personalised, economical cranial remoulding helmets for babies.
From selling sprayers to farmers around the small Dutch city of Steenwijk, to a global mission to help to feed the world with safe, sufficient and nutritious food without increasing the need for chemicals, Agrifac has come a long way in 80 years.
From dragons and dinosaurs to Star Wars, from helmets to helminths to labyrinths, from filigree to mini-trees, there is no need to tell prop and model makers of the distinct advantages 3D printing.
Octo Design Limited developed a product specification for the complex, challenging twin shot design. Paragon was chosen to produce the prototypes because of their proven history of producing rapid prototypes of 2-shot designs and their existing relationship with Octo Design.
Paragon Rapid Technologies worked with Touch Bionics of Edinburgh with the development of their i-LIMB Hand. This is a first-to-market prosthetic device with five individually powered digits.
Blatchford, a global leader in mobility solutions focussing on breakthrough technologies and services, have been manufacturing prosthetics and orthotics for over 129 years.
Model railway retailer, Rails of Sheffield, sought to fulfil a demand for niche products in their hobby market that would not normally justify a full production run using injection moulding processes.
In 2015, Teesside University announced that the name of its iconic new building at the heart of its main campus would be the ‘Curve’. This four-storey building would represent the upwards, aspirational and distinctive vision of the university.
Although developments in Computer Aided Design allows us to explore a 3-dimensional world on screen through photographic quality renderings, sometimes there’s nothing that compares to a physical model.
Blue-i UK, a start-up, recognised a gap in the market for robust, portable high intensity LED lighting products. Most existing compact fluorescent and halogen products had been notoriously fragile and not fit for their purposes.