Tidewater 3D

Custom 3D-Printed Solution: Crafting a Perfect Fit for Rode Wireless Microphone

Our customer initially approached our 3D printing business because he needed something to keep the windshield (commonly referred to as a ‘dead cat’ of his Rode wireless microphone) securely attached. He had found a product that could potentially address his problem, however, it was only available from a supplier based in the United States. This

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Beyond the Ban: Addressing the Plastic Waste Challenge in England

You might have read in the news that as of yesterday (October 1st 2023), England-based businesses are no longer allowed to supply, sell or offer single-use plastics. This joins the previous banning of plastic straws and covers a wide variety of products including: Banning single-use plastics is a great step because estimates suggest that 2.7

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3D Printing Solution for Silicone Soap Mould Production: A Case Study

This case study explores the effective utilisation of 3D printing technology in the creation of a tailor-made boat-shaped master for the production of silicone soap moulds. Background For those who may not be aware, Kat, our Marketing Manager, is also the Founder of Made in Grimsby and Cleethorpes. More than a year ago, she conceived

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Comparing Traditional Manufacturing with 3D Printing

In the ever-evolving landscape of manufacturing, it feels appropriate to talk about Traditional Manufacturing and 3D Printing, or Additive Manufacturing.    Each approach boasts its own set of strengths and weaknesses, influencing industries and shaping how products come to life. Today, I’ll be exploring the nuances of both methods to help you navigate the terrain

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Turning The Tide: Turnip on the Docks Sets Sail in Grimsby

During the event, each participant engaged in a series of five games, punctuated by a lunch break. The morning session commenced with everyone taking part in ‘A Long March’, followed by ‘Trouble in the Fog’. After lunch, the six tables were reconfigured into three distinct missions: ‘The Beast of Boddlin Moor’, ‘Gone Fishing’, and ‘The

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