How 3D Diamond Scanners Work
9 June, 2016

The world of 3D diamond scanning and mapping is a parallel road of development in 3D scanning technology, but with its unique combination of specialised scanning setup and pattern recognition software, it’s as fascinating to see in action as any kind of 3D scanner on the market.

TCT Article – Reverse Engineering the Perfect Proposal
7 August, 2015

In all the years I’ve been writing this blog, I haven’t come across very many good case studies involving using 3D scanning to assist in jewellery making.

Making Bespoke Toys with Hasbro, Mattel and 3D Printing
22 April, 2015

Given the speed at which 3D printers have been improving in the past few years, I knew it was only a matter of time before 3D printed toys reached

Frequently Asked Questions 10 – 3D Scanning, Model Conversion, and Jewellery CAD
17 November, 2014

(or “Why can’t we just 3D scan a ring and make copies on a 3D printer?”) Last Updated 14 June 2016. This is a question which seems to

Rapid Prototyped Chocolates for Valentine’s Day
11 February, 2013

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, FabCafe in Tokyo are offering bespoke rapid prototyped chocolates with your own gorgeous (or terrifying) face printed right onto them. This

Connecting Real Objects to Computer Worlds (Updated)
8 November, 2012

One very active area for technological innovation right now seems to be finding increasingly fast and easy interfaces for machines. Company after company seems to be working