OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Can understanding our body’s material make up inspire product design for the future?

Design consultancy OurOwnsKIN probes this question with a showcase and talks from design (OurOwnsKIN), anthropology (Victor Buchli, UCL) and 3D print (Jonathan Rowley, Digits2Widgets) perspectives.

Free event

http://www.londondesignfestival.com/events/ourownskin-material-anatomies-design

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

D2W’s Jonathan Rowley illustrates virtually silent applications of 3D Printing that transcend the technology to simply produce brilliant objects.

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Jonathan Rowley of Digits2Widgets will be participating in panel discussion

Chaired by Ben Griffin, Design Lead, Innovate UK. 3D printing of final products is no longer fiction, and we believe designers can be truly imaginative with current technologies and materials. At this session you’ll hear top tips on getting started in 3D printing including when its appropriate to go 3D, mistakes to avoid and where to go for help and advice. Supported by the KTN Additive Manufacturing Special Interest Group. Panelists include Sally Beken, Polymers, Plastics & Elastomers, KTN, Louise Jones, Additive Manufacturing, KTN and Jonathan Rowley, Design Director, Digits2Widgets

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

D2W’s Bart Radecki will be presenting:  From Rhino to 3D Print on the Desktop (and beyond)

His presentation will be of great interest to anyone looking to discover more on 3D Printing models generated in Rhino (and all other CAD platforms).  Bart will focus on the Form 2 – the desktop SLA machine from Formlabs in the context of jewellery, dentistry and art, plus also in product design and architecture.

D2W offers a wide range of 3D printing and creative design services including access to SLS, SLA and plaster, plus CAD design, 3D Scanning and model making services.

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

ACCELERATING 3D TECHNOLOGIES

The 22nd TCT Show continues to set the agenda for the industry bringing together dozens of inspirational speakers. They come together for insight, education, innovation and most importantly to do business. The mix of expert speakers, real world applications and innovations alongside product launches, live demonstrations and exciting features creates an event that bristles with energy. As a result the TCT Show attracts a highly charged crowd comprised of manufacturers, designers, business leaders, early adopters, innovators and investors to an event known worldwide for being the place where they can see tomorrow’s manufacturing technology today.

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

Presenting the following Design disciplines:
– Furniture
– Product & Industrial Design
– Spatial Design & Interiors
– Graphic Design
– Illustration & Animation
– Motion & Digital Arts
– One Year On

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Featuring the following Design disciplines:
– Textiles & Fashion
– Costume Design
– Jewellery & Precious Metalwork
– Ceramics & Glass
– Contemporary Design Crafts
– One Year On

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Architect and Digits2Widgets Design Director, Jonathan Rowley, presents a series of applications of 3D printing applied to other processes.

This challenges the media hype around 3d printing, where one hears so much about “disruption”, “game changing” and “one day everything will be made this way.”

In actual fact, the reality is that an in depth understanding of digital design and manufacture can unlock traditional processes and expand their own horizons to make previously unachievable or simply better objects.

Many of the objects illustrated and on display contain no 3d printing themselves, however without the contribution of 3d printing, they would not have happened.

Digital making is not a making Revolution, it’s part of making Evolution. Nobody needs to feel threatened by it. It’s not mysterious or Science Fiction. People who make things, just need to remain open to it’s potential as a powerful and empowering new tool.

Part of Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW).

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Clerkenwell Design Week: Serendipity Studio

Digits2Widgets and Philip Bedford

The traditional craft of engine turning and one of the newest forms of design technology – 3D printing – are combined in this drop in activity. Have a go at this precise and beautiful form of decoration, and connect your engine turned piece to a specially designed 3D printed keyring.Each one is parametrically designed, so you’ll be taking a bit of unique design away with you. Discover about The Society of Ornamental Turners

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Clerkenwell Design Week: Serendipity Studio

3D Printing’s Application to Art

D2W present 3 of their clients using digitisation and 3D printing in very different ways and applying it to their Art.

Zachary Eastwood-Bloom
Oscar Lhermitte
Matthew Plummer-Fernandez

Please call 020 3697 7969 to book tickets.

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Clerkenwell Design Week: Serendipity Studio

3D Printing’s Application to Art

3D printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Past, Present and a Patient’s Future

Andrew Dawood is the UK’s leading innovator in the application of digital planning and 3d printing. He is also the founder of Digits2Widgets.

Outside of his dental practice Dawood and Tanner, he devotes his time to dental implant surgery, research and development for specialist implant manufacture and 3D imaging and 3D printing. Dr Dawood also has honorary attachments at University College London, The Chelsea and Westminster, and Moorfield’s Eye Hospitals, working with implant rehabilitation of patients who have undergone extensive resection or trauma.

This lecture was originally given at the Royal Society of Medicine in November 2015 and provides a fascinating insight in to how the technology is being used in reconstructive medicine to astonishing effect.

Andrew will be sharing the platform with Josh Stephenson. Josh is one of the patients who has benefitted from Andrew’s groundbreaking work. Prior to his illness, Josh worked in fashion and was so inspired by the technology used in his treatment, that he’s using it to help himself back in to the creative working world.

Many medical stories about the technology are based upon the assumption that technical improvements in the either the near or distant future will make wonders possible. This presentation will demonstrate the ways in which it saves and changes lives today.

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Clerkenwell Design Week: Serendipity Studio

3D Printing’s Application to Art

3D printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Past, Present and a Patient’s Future

Future Technologies

We’ve just signed up to attend this fascinating sounding Seminar at the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre in Birmingham on August 20th. There will be a presentation by Cookson’s of their gold printer and lots of other 3D technology relevant to jewellery production.

Full details below;

On the morning of August 20th 2015 at the Birmingham School of Jewellery we are holding an information seminar that will lay out in concise detail the various steps a company might wish to contemplate and understand if it were considering exploring the potential of adopting DMLM and AM technologies as part of its product offering.
The seminar will reflect on both the business case and possible alternative business strategies along with a comprehensive listing of the hardware, software and associated processes required for successful implementation of AM into a jewellery business.

The seminar will cover:

How the technology works: presented by Cooksongold
Designing for the technology: presented by Lionel T Dean of future Factories
Support structures, their creation and their uses: presented by Delcam
Polishing and finishing procedures: presented by Finishing Techniques Ltd
The business case and supply chain scenarios: presented by the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre
Concluding with a round table Question and Answer discussion

As an added bonus for attending we are also holding our ‘Future Technologies’ event on the same day this is a daylong exhibition of all the latest and best new technologies available to the creative industries so will be your ideal opportunity to catch up on the state-of-the-art in digital technologies ranging from numerous 3D printing technologies to laser scanning and the most up to date tooling and casting solutions being offered.

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Clerkenwell Design Week: Serendipity Studio

3D Printing’s Application to Art

3D printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Past, Present and a Patient’s Future

Future Technologies

How to Produce 3D Print Ready CAD Files for Architecture

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Clerkenwell Design Week: Serendipity Studio

3D Printing’s Application to Art

3D printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Past, Present and a Patient’s Future

Future Technologies

How to Produce 3D Print Ready CAD Files for Architecture

How to Produce 3D Print Ready CAD Files for Jewellery

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Clerkenwell Design Week: Serendipity Studio

3D Printing’s Application to Art

3D printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Past, Present and a Patient’s Future

Future Technologies

How to Produce 3D Print Ready CAD Files for Architecture

How to Produce 3D Print Ready CAD Files for Jewellery

Information Age Manufacturing

OurOwnsKIN Material Anatomies Design

Process: The Invisible Stepping Stone Between Prototyping and Production in 3D Printing

Getting started in 3D printing

Rhino UK User Meeting 2017

TCT Show

New designers, Part Two

New Designers, Part One

Process: Transcending 3D Printing

Clerkenwell Design Week: Serendipity Studio

3D Printing’s Application to Art

3D printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Past, Present and a Patient’s Future

Future Technologies

How to Produce 3D Print Ready CAD Files for Architecture

How to Produce 3D Print Ready CAD Files for Jewellery

Information Age Manufacturing

How to Produce 3D Print Ready CAD Files for Jewellery

We’ve just signed up to attend this fascinating sounding Seminar at the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre in Birmingham on August 20th. There will be a presentation by Cookson’s of their gold printer and lots of other 3D technology relevant to jewellery production.

Full details below;

On the morning of August 20th 2015 at the Birmingham School of Jewellery we are holding an information seminar that will lay out in concise detail the various steps a company might wish to contemplate and understand if it were considering exploring the potential of adopting DMLM and AM technologies as part of its product offering.
The seminar will reflect on both the business case and possible alternative business strategies along with a comprehensive listing of the hardware, software and associated processes required for successful implementation of AM into a jewellery business.

The seminar will cover:

How the technology works: presented by Cooksongold
Designing for the technology: presented by Lionel T Dean of future Factories
Support structures, their creation and their uses: presented by Delcam
Polishing and finishing procedures: presented by Finishing Techniques Ltd
The business case and supply chain scenarios: presented by the Jewellery Industry Innovation Centre
Concluding with a round table Question and Answer discussion

As an added bonus for attending we are also holding our ‘Future Technologies’ event on the same day this is a daylong exhibition of all the latest and best new technologies available to the creative industries so will be your ideal opportunity to catch up on the state-of-the-art in digital technologies ranging from numerous 3D printing technologies to laser scanning and the most up to date tooling and casting solutions being offered.

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