At 3D Brooklyn, we provide affordable access to all the knowledge and tools people need to begin making products for themselves. We have reached an inflection point in modern manufacturing brought about by the popularization of the 3D printer -
We 3D Modeled and 3D Printed a drone drink holder shaker mount. Fly the drone up, shake it and deliver a cocktail!
@historyvikings 3D Prophecy Week 7! Good luck to those who guessed the plot for a chance to win our print. Head to the downloads section of our site to print one yourself!
We created a scale model of a hospital with 3d printing and laser cutting. Printed in white PLA - sanded, painted and assembled along with the clear acrylic case & wood base.
We designed and laser cut a seal for W Hotels in Hoboken, NJ.
We worked with Vikings and History Channel to create over 3,000 Viking armbands for those brave enough to conquer the Viper Den!
We created the awards and oyster necklaces for the first annual #GiveaShuck competition put on by Sea Wolf& Billion Oyster Project. The Tallest is 11" and each holds a pearl in the oyster. Text is laser cut and inserted into trophies during assembly.
Another successful activation, this time with Bollare - A full service, beauty, fashion and lifestyle PR firm. For this event we incorporated custom product design, 3D modeling and live 3D printing.
A Lighting company that brings art to life.
Still Alive Lights was created with the simple idea that turning a light on and off is not enough.
Masking the unmasking. Conscious and unconscious. Personal and global. Death and rebirth. Delphine Diallo's newest body of work traffics in binaries that are once intrinsic to the human condition and pregnant with mystery and uncertainty.
We 3D modeled and 3D printed custom passive amps for Diffusion PR. We modeled amp to 3D print in two colors and were also able to source the pantone color filament for the Diffusion PR logo.
We recently collaborated with New York digital agency Situation Interactive on a project for Vikings on History.
Earlier this year, we brought 3D printing to NYC's Javits Center to demonstrate the power of desktop manufacturing. There, we told the story of open-source design and how it is impacting markets across the world.
Our studio is in the Bushwick neighborhood in Brooklyn New York. Here we are surrounded by artists and friends, one of whom is Joshua Mckenney, the artist behind the pidgin doll.We have been working with Joshua since last summer on all sorts of projects for his dolls.
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We even got to put our own aesthetic twist on this client's stove knobs. Designing for the limitations of a 3D printer allow you to take control of the aesthetics it creates, like in this contrasting surface detail formed from layering.
Bioplastic, wood & mixed media
We 3D printed these dolls that she digitally sculpted and then finished.