Additive manufacturing is ready to shake up creative industries and there are a growing number of companies operating on the ever-advancing cutting edge. For artists, the benefits are clear. They are free to fully explore their imagination and produce incredible shapes that could never be produced using traditional methods. Multiple copies of these complex shapes can be produced easily, and if the installation becomes damaged it can be reproduced again with little cost.
As for fashion, 3D printing and ProtoFab's other low-volume manufacturing solutions are perfect for producing accessories, whether it's jewellery, headwear, eyewear, or accessories for clothing. Time to market is critical for the fashion industry, and ProtoFab has the techniques to ensure your designs are available in the perfect quantity at the most opportune time.
We are one of the first Protofab branches in the world. We have recently launched our first showroom in Norway, and currently are also opening a branch in Poland. We can be reached from all over Northern Europe, a short distance from Sandefjord Airport (Near Oslo).