We were presented recently with an intriguing project. A local toolmaker approached us with a sample of a vacuum formed tray that contained a wood grain in the base. His customer had found it in Europe and was unable to find anything similar in New Zealand.Read More
Magazine Today 3D manufacturing for low volume production
A great example is the Chevrolet C7 Corvette air vent, Craig says. “We took the existing left hand corvette air vent and 3D printed the components to convert it to a right hand vent. It functions and looks like the original product.”
3D Hub would like to express its thanks for the support and ongoing commitment from Professional CAD Systems.
Design Engineering Truckin’ Down Under
“New Zealand design firm adapts American trucks for righth and drivers using reverse engineering and 3D printing.”
Creaform have put an article in the “Design Engineering” magazine on our reverse engineering process we went through for the Chevrolet Silverado HVAC unit.
AMTIL Reverse engineering: the first step to 3D printing
“Product development company 3D Hub made innovative use of reverse engineering and 3D printing to adapt a US-manufactured truck to suit right-hand drivers.”
Creaform have put an article in the “Australian Manufacturing Technology Institute” magazine on our reverse engineering process we went through for the Chevrolet Silverado HVAC unit.