3D printing

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The PicShade campaign has been running for one week now and in four weeks time we will know if we get to make our project real. We have now 26% of the £3000 which we need to achieve in order to finalise the application which makes the PicShade 3D models. We have also published our first stretch goal of £5000. The stretch goal aims to make PicShade even more unique by allowing the user to modify the surface projection.

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Versoteq has started a Kickstarter campaign called PicShade! The campaign has now been officially launched and it will be live until the 5th of September. We're very excited about this and trust that others will share our passion for the PicShade.

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We've been having fun at the office while making our first bigger batch of Winetags. On this occation we made 77 individual pieces to a wedding for all the guests. Its a great way to give something tangible and useful to your wedding guests as a memory.

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There are several 3D printing technologies and most of them work with a single material. The color of the piece is based on the material used. Consumer grade 3D printers usually work with FDM technology and with only one print head. One print head can usually produce plastic parts with one color based on the filament color. More expensive machines have multiple print heads and can produce different colors to different areas of the piece. This is about to change. The technology is being developed so that full color 3D prints can be made.

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We keep our demo model with us, when we're on the road. Full color prints are not the most durable and people usually tend to handle them quite rough. Dropping them on the floor doesn't help either. However, Versoteq tries to find positive in every situation.

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3D printing enables unbelieveble applications. Versoteq has tested 3D scanning for some time now and the first human tests have been performed successfully. First miniatyre was finished recently and is now exploring the office 3D printer.

If you are interested in 3D scanning and 3D printing, feel free to follow Versoteq at the various social medias. Just follow the links on the right.

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Versoteq is launching two brand new products. At the same time improvements are published to previous products image processing algorithm.

New products are Wine Tag and Your Sign.

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Keys often look similar or might even be exactly the same. They might end up in a drawer somewhere only to be found and wondered years later. How is it possible to know where does each key go to? What lock and where might it be?

Maybe some colour coding for the keys would do the trick? Or some text on the keychain? Why not both?

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