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DEVELOP 3D August 2017 Article

DEVELOP 3D AUGUST ARTICLE by LUMA-iD Check out the latest issue of Develop3D, where we spoke to Tanya Weaver about working with, to create THE POWER FIST, for the release of ‘Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III’ by SEGA and Relic Entertainment. The article details the fast turn around, […]

Solidworks Closed Jig by Luma-iD


JIGS AND FIXINGS   By Mark Little “3D printing jigs and fixings have recently become more popular in manufacturing, this is due to the low investment required to make them and companies understanding the benefits of the investment.”   Speed & Quality  Speed and quality are everything in manufacturing. Processes […]

Freefly VR headset displayed at IFA startup event by LUMA iD startup designers

What to plan before attending your first start-up business event

WHAT TO PLAN BEFORE ATTENDING YOUR FIRST START-UP BUSINESS EVENT By Sam Janzen Networking events can be daunting for new entrepreneurs, but they’re crucial to the growth of startups and young enterprises. Here’s our seasoned advice for those just breaking out into the big world of little business. At LUMA-iD, […]

Brand Guidelines edition 1.4 Page 05 Alternate Logos for Freefly VR

How to create brand guidelines for an existing brand in 5 steps

HOW TO CREATE BRAND GUIDELINES FOR AN EXISTING BRAND IN 5 STEPS By Sam Janzen At LUMA we are experts in taking ideas all the way from concept to production, which includes all packaging, graphics and branding. It’s common to take organically grown styles and turn them into robust and […]

Rendering Process by Luma-iD: Final Render

Rendering Process

RENDERING PROCESS By Hannaan Bhatti Creating accurate visual representations for our clients is a great way of showing what a product could look like before proceeding onto the manufacturing stage. This is the stage at which we can experiment with materials, finishes and colours to help the client make an informed […]

Prototype Models 1 by Luma-iD

Why Prototype?

WHY PROTOTYPE? By Mark Little   Maybe to a lot of people this seems a strange question, you have an idea and you know what you want, why prototype, why not go straight to the final design?     Test, Refine, Repeat 3D CAD design is a wonderful thing, and […]

Silicone Moulding at Luma-iD

Prototype Silicone Moulding Process

PROTOTYPE SILICONE MOULDING PROCESS By Hannaan Bhatti Introduction Here at LUMA, we are often asked about the best way to prototype rubber components. Whilst this can be achieved with 3D printing, we’ve found that this is still a very expensive method, recently being quoted over £300 for a single component about […]