Robert Downey Jr's Custom Rotocast Head Lights


Featured in Robert Downey Jr’s home tour in Architectural Digest, a custom-made head light using our 3D Printing technology became a focal point of the actor's Hampton home tour video.  With scan data from Iron Man's head, we 3D Printed 250 miniature bud vases and then Rotocasted 250 translucent plastic head lamps from silicon molds --all in Robert Downey Jr's likeness.  The rest of the custom heads were given away as holiday gifts from Team Downey.



MailChimp's SnailPrimp Campaign


We partnered with the marketing service MailChimp for their promotional pop-up event, SnailPrimp. We 3D modeled and 3D printed several custom snail shells with beauty blenders attached to them, which perfectly fit the theme for the event's theme of snail skincare products. The high quality pieces garnered attention, illustrating the unique ways 3D Printing can leverage a brand.



Design for World of Warcraft's Battle of Azeroth


We partnered with Liquid Advertising and Blizzard to create a World of Warcraft Battle of Azeroth display -- 3D printing over 10,000 red & blue miniature Warcraft avatar figurines. Using SLS Nylon Powder, we were able to mass produce thousands of intricate and detailed pieces, delivering a physical world for gamers to feel fully immersed in. Prior to delivery, we created graphic proposals, outlining the project for our clients to help illustrate their vision. The final picture was brought to life at BlizzCon 2017.



McClean & Hennessy's Custom Metal Plated Molded Ice Buckets


We took architect Paul McClean’s design and Custom Fabricated Hennessy ice buckets for the Hennessy X.O on Ice event - hosted by actor Armie Hammer. We 3D Printed his design, then Finished + Molded the pieces. The parts were then Metal-Plated and inserted into custom acrylic boxes. Fine, laser-cut vinyl letters were added to complete the ice buckets.



Honda's Interactive Installation at the LA Auto Show


We collaborated with Honda for their Blue Skies installation at the 2016 LA Autoshow. Honda’s primary goal of the interactive experience was to make peoples’ dreams become reality - expanding the boundaries of human mobility. We 3D Printed and Painted two sets of twelve buildings along with a mountain range filled with miniature trees - complimenting an interactive touch screen display with facts about their vehicles and the environment. Our striking display brought their concept to life and was distributed around  the country for various auto shows.



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