Working for Kinetico, IDC Models created a top quality SLA model of a water softener for use at customer events and exhibitions.
IDC Models worked with a group of extreme watersports enthusiasts who were inspired to develop a solution to the problem of cleaning wetsuits.
IDC Models has manufactured the world’s first retractable crane windsails for Select Plant Hire.
Working for Linde, IDC Models produced a life-sized block model of a reach truck designed for tall warehouses.
As part of pioneering research at the University of Bristol, IDC Models produced 3D models of the smallest hearing organ known to science.
IDC Models has provided a low volume production solution using SLA printing to IndexSAR Ltd. The solution has benefited IndexSAR’s business by cutting prohibitive tooling costs, leaving room for rapid growth.
IDC Models has become one of the UK’s first model makers to launch a full online quote and ordering system for its Stereolithography (SLA) 3D Printing Service.
IDC Models' Director Ben May discusses the benefits of CNC Machining.
Our unique facilities and fully integrated ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 quality processes mean that we can offer all the benefits of our expertise direct to external manufacturers.
IDC Models used their Viper Stereolithography (SLA) machine to construct this microchip, used for maintaining biological sample integrity during x-ray diffraction.
IDC Models invests in CNC Lathe and CNC Vertical Machining Centre.
IDC Models has featured in US online publication 'Product Design & Development.'
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