3D trophy factory is a well thought out name. We literally view ourselves a little factory that produces original 3D printed trophies, awards and business gifts.
The announcement of the winner of the Belgian Maker Award took place yesterday, June 22th. This trophy was awarded to the SME in Flanders who produces the most consciously.
In 2016, Belfius launched “the Smart Belgium awards”, a call for local governments, companies, citizens, healthcare and eduction to work together for a more sustainable and “Smart” Belgium. A unique forum where smart ideas and solutions for social challenges could meet.
Trophies and sport competitions have always been connected to one another. The ancient Romans started this long tradition by handing out chalices (footed cups intended to hold a drink) to winners of sport competitions. These would often be filled with delicious wine or other (alcoholic) beverages. Sounds like a pretty good tradition, so it stuck […]
Konami is one of the most well known and well respected video game developers worldwide. The multinational contacted us earlier this year for a project of a size we’ve never seen for before: The biggest 3D printed trophy to date. The company needed our help for an award that celebrated the winner of the PES […]
You know the saying: I can’t express this in words.. We suggest you try it in numbers. Presenting: our number trophies.
We currently launched a new and awesome type of finishing, introducing: Our Chrome trophies! Before the launch of this new line, the white polyamide prints would be sprayed or dyed into different colors such as red, blue, yellow, orange and green. We wanted to offer our clients a more premium product and that’s why we came […]
Jeroen Audenaert and Vincent Scheltjens won the Voka Award 2017, the price for the most promising student-enterprise. This is the second year in a row that 3D trophy factory made this award. And this time, we got the unique opportunity to interview Jeroen Audenaert, one of the co-founders of Yellowleaf. Hey Jeroen, let’s start with […]
MIVB, the public transportation society of Brussels, organized a hackathon, called ‘Hack my ride’. The goal of this hackathon was to improve the use of public transportation in Brussels. In total, 41 developers participated to the hackaton. The developers had to create apps that would have an added value to the public transportation in Brussels. […]
Admit it, we have all tortured our eyes with optical illusions and we all love to do it. The fact that we see things that are different than reality intrigues us. We all know ‘the dress’, where you see the dress as gold and white, but your friend is certain that it has the colors […]