We can't always talk about the projects we work on because of NDA agreements, but listed below are some fun ones we can talk about!
We were approached by the St. Petersburg Housing Authority to create replacement covers used on the bottom of several of the antique lamp posts at one of their properties that are used to hide the wiring. Originally, they thought digitally recreating and 3D printing a cover would work. Read more
Article by by Eddie Krassenstein from 3Dprint.comI don’t know about you, but when I’m sitting at home, designing files to print on my desktop 3D printer, I oftentimes enjoy a cold beer, usually a Guinness, Blue Moon, or Bud Light. It helps pass the time, while also easing the frustration that design work can sometimes lead to. When it comes to 3D printing these designs, I must... Read more
We love St. Pete Shuffle and when we saw them post on Facebook some interesting info about the Club history, we decided to recreate the Peligator for them! Here's the background from Christine Page, the Executive Director of St. Pete Shuffleboard Club: I use the Peligator to explain how all the clubs formed the FSA in 1928 and standardized the modern rules of shuffleboard at the club, thereby makin... Read more
Remember those old Betamax machines from your childhood? Well, believe it or not, some people still use them but they are no longer made, so that means replacement parts can be hard to come by.
We had a customer come to use with a broken gear used in the eject mechanism in a Betamax machine. This is a common piece to fail and he's been uanble to find replacemnent parts. &n... Read more