3D Modelling & Printing

Making the impossible possible

This department uses words like 3D, digital, scanning, laser, plasma and other sci-fi terminology. Although what they produce to the untrained eye perhaps isn't a million miles away from what you might see in a traditional modelling shop, the way they produce it is. As well as the challenges they take on.

Based on a design in a computer, or a three-dimensional scan, these guys have the skills and the equipment to make it materialise. In a 3D printer. Honestly - how many times have you not wished you had one of those? From a three-dimensional image on the computer screen to an object you can hold in your hand.

The very gifted people in this department are at the cutting edge of eradicating the whole concept of "impossible" and you can find some of their fantastic creations in the gallery on the right.

You can own a piece of our work!

Our range of Halo 3 statues were partly created in this department. Check out the range of Halo 3 collectibles.

 


Tags: 3D Printing

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DogLove
03/04/11
Weta Fan

CAN I BORROW IT?

COOOOLLLLLL!!!! Read more.

COOOOLLLLLL!!!! Hide.

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snuurg
08/06/13
Weta Fan

ever-improving

always impressed with how the 3D-printing side of things keeps on coming... Read more.

always impressed with how the 3D-printing side of things keeps on coming along, just starting to dip me toe into the likes of Zbrush and so on, though my trial-period version is about to run out on me, arg! Hide.

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Rainerd
19/09/13
Weta Fan

Systems

Dear Weta-Team, any chance of telling us what kind of technologies you... Read more.

Dear Weta-Team, any chance of telling us what kind of technologies you guys are using for the 3D-printing? :-) By now i am using ProJet HD but i am thinking of switching to SLT-machines. Cheers R. Hide.

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