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Locally, this ground-breaking technology has inspired an entrepreneur to launch his own company. With a passion for creativity and an eye for detail, self-taught technician David Andrews intends to propel ‘Malta 3D Printing’ to the top of the technological food chain. Its aim is to put the consumer in the driver’s seat, with customization being the main focus. I had the pleasure of asking him a few things about 3D printing and his business.
“I found that other outlets available couldn’t offer me the options and flexibility I could achieve with my own techniques. Customers deserve full control of every aspect of the build. This is not a factory where we produce one product for a hundred people; we want to create a hundred different products for a hundred different people.”
One of his most prized possessions is a large, green helmet modelled after the protagonist from the popular video game series, Halo. David claims the helmet took over 60 hours to print, and will soon be fitted with custom LED lights and a visor.
The company boasts a wide range of functional and decorative 3D printed items. A recent noteworthy creation is the huge Storm trooper Helmet David’s team painstakingly printed, sanded, painted and attached. Products are on display via the official Facebook page, which has garnered upwards of 800 likes.
His goal is to cover every aspect of 3D printing all under one roof, including file design and 3D scanning. Ultimately, he plans on offering educational courses to would-be students. With the official website under construction, David is processing orders through the Malta 3D Printing Facebook page, and via e-mail.