3D PRINTING GALLERY

This gallery is is aimed at showing not only the finished items of Dee-Daw stock but also the journey the parts take to get to that point! To find out more about the 3D printing process look at the 3D info page, and to find out about new products in development, take a look at the 3D Diaries page.

 Pictures will be added of products so newest appear at the top of the list.

ADDED 07/10/18

The ornaments on the Europa Fireplace mantlepiece will soon be available in different colours as accessory sets.


 This Christmas table (special order) features several new pieces including the burgundy pot with lid, pair of jugs (hand painted in christmas design) packaging packet and turkey on roasting platter. The picture below shows the turkey as it comes off the printer with jugs used on kitchen range of dressers.

The latest Dee-Daw product is a Baroque style clock in two sizes which I originally made for my fireplaces. Large £19 Small £14 - NOW IN STOCK TO BUY

 
Above: New Baroque Clock and Adam Fireplace.

Above: The 3D print of the Baroque clock on the printer.

The new baroque clock features (large £19 Small £19) on the Black Adam fireplace (£54) pictured above which also features lamps with 3D printed shades and fully 3D printed fire in the fireplace. The fire will soon be available as a new product by itself as I am so pleased with this original design.  I have already made it in several styles from the basic body shape used on the Adam fireplace pictured above - this is just one version (below) The fire is lit with several coloured bulbs and dressed with micro coal to create a realistic burning coal effect.

 

 
The basic fire shape when painted black and assembled from its 3D printed parts, forms a basket and a separate clear electric fire cover - the ABS material used to print the fires, melts at a much higher temperature than the bulbs used to light it and so makes it safe to use for fire basket construction.

 

ABOVE: Alice's jewlery box is 3D printed then painted and dressed - I had intended it for a cigar box but she came along first! the two halves of the box can be seen on the fourth and fifth rows of the completed print run on the picture above. (Alice is available to buy in pink mint and blue options £49).

 

 

ADDED 06/10/18

My very first set of 3d printed accessories which I created to use on my kitchen collection. They developed into the Vintage packaging set:

and stoneglaze accessory set:



The kitchen table below (special commission) features several new pieces including the burgundy pot with lid, pair of jugs (hand painted in christmas design) packaging packet and turkey on roasting platter.

Pictured below is the turkey as it comes off the printer with some large jugs used on the kitchen range of dressers.