Owner, Designer, Cat Servant
I've been a graphic designer since 1991, but from 2013 onwards I moved into the area of 3D design and manufacture using 3D printing; originally I bought my first 3D printer and a hobby and it proceeded to take over my life, so I thought I'd give it a go in earnest! I now produce a wide range of products and am always very happy to take on custom orders!
Just starting this project now! A slight redesign of the FoodPod, turning it into a nest-box for small birds (and other small animals too of course). More photos very soon!
Replacement Plastic Parts
If you have old/obsolete pieces of equipment which just have broken plastic parts I can replicate those parts, saving you from having to replace perfectly good equipment (replacement boiler knobs, plastic brackets etc)
3D Printed Jewellery
I produce a range of 3D printed jewellery; 3D printed earrings in an ever growing range, a series of pendants and I intend in the near future to be moving into making bracelets etc. I'm also more than happy to accept custom orders if you'd like something made just for you
Multipurpose Decorative Coasters
My main area is 3D printed decorative coasters, now in a very wide range of subjects and designs from TV & Movies to Comic Books to Music and even Foodie Coasters. All can be fitted with magnets, turning them into magnetic plaques or signs... or whatever you want to use them for!
3D Printed Homewares
I produce a wide range of designs for your home or workplace including The Thork (a 3D printed snacking tool), a growing range of decorative jewellery and storage boxes and so on, and also a small but growing range of 3D printed clocks. The range grows all the time and I'm always open to suggestions for new home gadgets
'The door to success is marked PUSH'
Basil Wisbey (my grandfather)
What does it take....?
So what does it take to produce just one 3D printed coaster? Here's a video showing you exactly what goes into making your order!