The Roads and Maritime Services came to Cammpro to discuss if it was possible to 3D print a scaled down model of a motorway interchange that they are currently working on in Wollongong to display at community consultation sessions.
A Drone Pilot came to Cammpro to discuss if it was possible to 3D print a fixture to his drone DJI Inspire 1 so he could attach an Air sampling cylinder to his drone, this would then give him the capability to fly over polluted areas, safely take a sample, then safely test the air in a laboratory.
Once again Cammpro was approached by the owner of a very expensive machine to reverse engineer a new functional part. This time the machine was a state of the art 300kmh Ducati Motorcycle.
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A client from Melbourne wanted a 3D CAD design completed for a custom racing drone canopy. Drone racing is a relatively new and exciting sport wherein the competitors pilot drones via radio control using only a first-person view transmitted from a camera mounted on the drone. The goal is to complete a set course as quickly as possible like full scale air racing.
A Customer in Loftus NSW wanted to 3D scan an action figure to re-manufacture it using additive manufacturing.
The action figure was 30mm wide and only 45mm tall.
A new customer approached us with a very intricate damaged part, they wanted to know if it was possible to replicate the part and re-manufacture it with an accuracy of 0.3mm.