3D printed ornaments in festive Cracow

In Cracow innovation meets tradition with 3D printed Christmas decorations. In addition to the advanced powder SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) and MJF (Multi Jet Fusion) printing methods, it is also possible to use FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) technology to print less complex decoration geometries with a Cracow motif. The FDM 3D printing method involves the layering of heated plastic, which can enable the easy creation of three-dimensional decorations of various shapes and sizes, while more complex shapes and details are best printed using SLS and MJF powder technologies. Both printing methods are ideal for personalised Christmas decorations with Cracovian folk designs and others such as company logos, hotel or restaurant logos. 3D printing is ideal for making unique decorations that can provide a unique accent to gifts for guests or customers.

The finishing of decorations with the theme of Cracow can be further enhanced by using creative techniques such as sandblasting and colouring. Sandblasting will give the prints a subtle and matt finish, while tinting will allow the colours to match the characteristic colours of Cracow.

Cracow, with its rich history and architecture, provides countless inspirations for modern designers of Christmas decorations. The details of Cracow’s townhouses, the ornamentation of market buildings.

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