Onwards, in 3D
Wow! Sorry about the silence!
It’s been moderately busy around these parts lately. I guess the big news is that I’m now working alongside Lancashire3D, taking care of the bulk of their commercial photography. That makes me a happy bunny!
The rest of it hasn’t been much fun, but I’ll get back to that later.
Anyway, Lancashire3D is a 3D printing facility based in Preston, Lancashire and it’s the largest prototype and serial production 3D Printing studio in the north of England. They specialise in high-quality FDM/FFF and SLA Resin (including engineering grade).
Their 3D Print farm has the capacity to provide an affordable, fast and efficient service, whilst only delivering quality prints. Whether it’s a small request or a large production run (5000+ items).
Having had a house-full of their samples in my wee studio, I can say for sure that they know their stuff! So yeah…photographs…
Onwards, to the less fun stuff. My computer is a piece of crap and I absolutely hate painting ceilings and wallpapering. Anybody who works as a painter and decorator and claims they enjoy their job must be lying, it’s terrible.
I also hate building flat-pack furniture.
And Ice, I hate ice too…unless it’s in a glass, with gin. I like gin.