See a few featured 3D fabricated projects we have done in the past few months.
Large product replicas make a statement, showcase your brand in new and creative ways, facilitate learning opportunities, and bring brands and consumers together like no other form of advertising can. These large replicas can even boost your social media stats as people share the ever-popular selfies with friends and family.
WhiteClouds recently completed their most diverse project yet in terms of incorporating all of the various skills and technologies of the company. The KONA “Liquid Aloha” VW Bus, made for the KONA Brewing Company and modeled after their own Volkswagen bus, required woodworking, CNC, large-draw thermoforming, foam-cutting, 3D printing, vinyl wrapping, and painting skills. This project also involved mass production, for we were commissioned to create not just one, but many identical KONA Bus fronts.
Sports teams throughout the years have made bobbleheads an iconic collectible, but Major League Baseball was the first to start the tradition. A pharmaceutical company promoting the use of medical marijuana made use of this beloved tradition to gather attention and support by commissioning a giant, fully-functional bobblehead statue of their representative, Hall of Famer and Baseball Legend Ryne Sandberg.
Whiteclouds was commissioned to create a 3D-printed trade show model of The Pothole Man, affectionately named “Buster”, who recently made an appearance at his FIRST ever trade show, the National Pavement EXPO in Charlotte, NC. With a cheerful smile and welcoming demeanor, he is the perfect greeter to welcome guests wherever he is placed.
“What if Tony Stark integrates each of the Avengers’ superpowers into an armor?” This prompt was the inspiration behind our newest 3D Character Model. Created by SEN-TI-NEL (a company based in Hong Kong which produces high quality action figures), Tony Stark’s Captain America is the third character of a new action figure series “Fighting Armor”. WhiteClouds was commissioned to create a 7-foot tall replica of this new action figure.
Have you ever wondered how they built that futuristic weapon, or the realistic armor, or that incredibly detailed creature? Movie props can be built using a myriad of technologies and materials from 3D Printing to foam sculpting, to casting and molding, and many other tricks of the trade.