Professional 3D making services for heritage, education, science, art, medical education and research

I have collaborated with ThinkSee3D. They made some amazing 3D replicas of artefacts we have on display at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge.

Dr Paola Di Giuseppantonio Di Franco
University of Cambridge

A team of dedicated makers, creating and exploring the boundaries between digital and physical model making, using modern and traditional methods to create engaging digital and physical objects.  Services include:

COLOUR 3D REPLICAS - makers of high quality, colour 3d models and facsimiles produced using 3d digital methods mixing colour 3d printing and traditional methods. Pieces for permanent and temporary exhibitions, tactile experiences, object repatriations, gifts and for research purposes. See images in our gallery above for example replicas.

PHOTOGRAMMETRY - experts in precision heritage 3d scanning from photographs. We utilise a portable multi-camera rig for scanning objects in museums where possible or we process existing photos.

PRECISION 3D PRINTING - for high detail models, prototyping and creating masters for casting processes.

LOW VOLUME, HIGH QUALITY RETAIL PRODUCTION - using a 3d digital to 3d print to mould to cast process developed by the company.  This allows for a wide variety of object material choices and is often used to create museum relevant retail objects.

DIGITAL 3D MODELLING & DESIGN - modelling and sculpting to design new 3d objects or to repair digital models from scans or to recreate lost objects from drawings or photos.  

CT SCAN to 3D MODELS - we can process cross-sections from CT scans into 3d models that can be 3d printed. (non-clinical only)

3D ENGAGEMENT EXHIBITS - using many of the above services and can include augmented reality (AR) application production and maker electronics

3D RESEARCH - regular contributors to research papers on digital heritage and providers of 3d content to other researchers.

SCULPTURE REPLICATION - digital and physical replication of scanned 3d art.  Enabling 3d artists to have online versions or scaled physical copies of their art.


Clients include:

The British Museum

Natural History Museum, London

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Victoria and Albert Museum

University of Cambridge Museums

Birmingham Museums Trust

Bristol City Museum

Museums Worcestershire

University of Oxford

Oxford Natural History Museum

University of York

Newcastle University