John Cox's Creature Workshop, based in Australia, is internationally acclaimed as a leader in the design and manufacture of fantasy creatures, monsters and realistic animals for the film industies. We are please to be suppliers of some of John Cox's creative tools that they use in their everyday work. These include Mayka 5 axis, MicroScribe with MicroScan-3D, Rapidform and Rhino.
3axis Ltd (Trevor Crout), Trevor is a well known modelmaker whose roots are with architectural models, but he turns his skills to many other designs. Here is one of his slot cars, painted by the graphic artist, Les May, completly modeled in Rhino and machined via Mayka on a Roland MDX650. 3axis also have output facilities with a large Pacer Router, Roland engraver and a Roland CAMM-3 mill , plus they use AutoCAD and VIS in their design process.
If you would like to contact 3axis Ltd, then click here.
The CNC Factory are specialist manufacturers of moulds, patterns and sculptural models using a wide range of materials, including expanded polystyrene, polyurethane and foams. Using the very latest in 3D scanning with the Artec MH, Mayka CAM software and 5 axis cutting technology.
If you would like to contact the CNC Factory, then click here.
Terraincup: 3D Ben Nevis in a cup By:- Drummond H Masterton
Using a range of digital technologies that included Mayka CAM software and a 4 axis cnc mill, Drummond created this masterpiece. The project was undertaken as part of the 3D digital Research Cluster at University College Falmouth, who have a series of solutions provided by us, that also include, MicroScribe, Roland MDX500, Roland LPX laser and various software packages. If you would like to see the full story on the EDINA page , then click here.
Latest news is that we just installed 3 new Roland MDX540's with Mayka software at Falmouth.
FBFX Ltd FBFX are one of the UK's leading suppliers props and costumes for the film and entertainment industry and have contributed to more that 30 major motion pictures. Using the latest robotic machining techniques with Mayka producing the code, puts FBFX ahead of the game. In addition they purchased the Artec MH scanner to complete the solution. www.fbfx.co.uk
Fineline are a Bristol (UK) based company who offer modelmaking on a large scale. A key component of the facilities is a 5 axis CNC machine with a build volume o 4.8m x 2.5m x 1.6m. However, this with their unique skills in construction and electronics has seem products built from a few centimetres to over 100m in size. We are pleased to say we were there when the 5 axis arrived and they use Mayka in their arsenal of utilities to make the parts. Contact www.fineline.uk.com
Lotus F1 Team, (powered by Renault )are who they are and we cannot say any more than they use two Roland MDX540 machines with Mayka CAM software for the fast machining of some interesting parts that need to be made virtually for every race to help find those 0.001 seconds.
Life3D purchased the Artec scanning solution to enhance their work with large film production companies at their Elstree Lifecast/Life3D studios.
In June, Britain’s Prince Andrew got curious at all the hustle and bustle happening in the corner, so the guys quickly executed a facial scan with Artec 3D scanner, model EVA.