3D printing in bronze and more at 3D Printshow 2014

Friday, 29 August 2014  |  Sabina Gonzalez-George
CREAT3D 3D printers at 3D Printshow 2014 image

Press Release

29th August 2014 


3D printing in bronze, 3D scanning with the Fuel3D and showcasing the latest 3D printers on the market.


CREAT3D (stand P15) are showcasing the new CubePro, Robox and Leapfrog Creatr HS 3D printers alongside the Fuel3D scanner and printing in ColorFabb’s bronzeFill at 3D Printshow London.


CREAT3D Ltd (www.desktop3dprinter.com), the independent specialist retailer of desktop 3D printers and 3D scanners will be showcasing their extensive product range at 3D Printshow from 4th to 6th September at Old Billingsgate on stand P15.


CREAT3D hand-pick all their products, focusing on providing a range of characteristics and options to customers, whilst maintaining high quality. CREAT3D offers 3D printers from 3D Systems, Leapfrog, MakerBot, Robox (CEL), Ultimaker and UP!. The range of 3D scanners include the Fuel3D, Cubify Sense and MakerBot Digitizer. CREAT3D also offer advanced 3D printing software from Simplify3D, and a range of filament, including exotic and specialist filaments from Innofil & ColorFabb.


Making a splash at 3D Printshow will be a selection of new 3D printers including the Leapfrog Creatr HS, CubePro from 3D Systems and Robox from CEL as well as the Fuel3D handheld 3D scanner, due for launch in September. CREAT3D will be giving demonstrations of the latest in filament technology on an Ultimaker 2 using the new bronzeFill material from ColorFabb. These new products will be featured along side CREAT3D’s full range.


ColorFabb’s innovation continues with the recent release of its new bronzeFill filament. Available in both 1.75mm and 2.85mm diameters, the filament is a blend of PLA/PHA with fine bronze powder, that after some gentle sanding and polishing, produces a shine and shimmer similar to that on bronze items.


The CubePro range from (with options of single, dual and triple head extruders) is the latest professional desktop 3D printer to arrive from 3D Systems, newly released this week. The CubePro offers a large build platform, printing in both ABS and PLA materials (with Nylon coming soon) all within an enclosed chamber to help provide a more consistent print quality.


The Robox is a very competitively priced dual head desktop 3D printer, printing in a variety of materials using differently sized nozzles of 0.3mm and 0.8mm, providing enhanced print options to the user. The Robox is both a stylish and functional printer, with an enclosed build chamber and heated PEI (Polyetherimide) build platform providing a more stable print environment for increased consistency in print quality.


The Fuel3D 3D scanner brings handheld 3D imaging technology, originally developed for high-end medical applications, into the professional and consumer marketplace with its point-and-shoot and colour capture capabilities. The British-born Fuel3D is an easy-to-use and affordable handheld 3D scanner that captures extremely high-resolution mesh and colour information, making it ideal for designers, game developers, animators, 3D artists or any other type of creative developer.


The Leapfrog Creatr HS  (High Speed) is Leapfrog’s latest desktop 3D printer, derived from the Creatr. It is five times faster, has a large print volume of 14.8 litres and differently sized nozzles to increase flexibility in print options and speeds. The Leapfrog Creatr HS prints in a wide variety of materials including ABS, PLA and dissolvable PVA and is operated via its 4" full colour LCD screen.


CREAT3D combine their large product offering with expert knowledge and independent advice, to help customers make an informed decision, allied to tailored training and installation packages. As standard, CREAT3D customers receive technical support 6 days a week by phone and email.


See the products in action and talk to CREAT3D experts on stand P15 at 3D Printshow London. Orders can be placed for products during the show. Alternatively, all products will be on display in CREAT3D’s showroom in Reading, Berkshire following the event.


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CREAT3D Ltd. CREAT3D is the leading specialist in desktop 3D printers, 3D scanners and accessories for business and education. The company, which began in 2012, is based in Berkshire and operates within the United Kingdom. CREAT3D’s showroom is open Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 16.00, based in Caversham, Reading. CREAT3D has a hand-picked product range specifically tailored to the needs of its business and education customers. The CREAT3D team prides itself on its detailed knowledge gained through using, and challenging, its range of products every day. CREAT3D focuses on offering first-class customer service with friendly, straight-forward help and advice, with technical support available Monday to Saturday and tailored training packages.


Further information about CREAT3D Ltd can be found here


Web: www.desktop3dprinter.com

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