Anythingby

London design studio Anythingby turn ideas into prototypes quickly on the Form 1+ 3D printer

Yair Neuman   Anythingby

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Manufacturing with the Form 2

  • Rapid iterations
  • Precise fit with assemblies
  • Look-and-feel prototypes

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“Trying things out is the only way to test good design,” says Yair Neuman, product designer and founder of London-based studio Anythingby.

At Anythingby, the designers and artists create beautifully-shaped objects out of different materials, whether it's a rope-pulled ceiling lamp or a touch-activated speaker, each with “a surprising twist”.

These objects first take shape in Yair’s imagination before he transfers them on to sketches and then prototypes them with his Form 1+ 3D printer.

“The Form 1+ for us is a manufacturing tool. The result you get is so satisfying.“

For product designers such as Yair, having the Form 1+ 3D printer in his workshop makes design iterations quick and easy. "The prints feel like final products,” adds Yair.

Product designer Yair Neuman examines a speaker prototype in his workshop.
Product designer Yair Neuman examines a speaker prototype in his workshop.
Going from sketch to prototype with the Form 1+ 3D printer.
Going from sketch to prototype with the Form 1+ 3D printer.

Form 2 High-Resolution 3D Printing

Form 2, Finish Kit, and Formlabs Resin
  • Beautiful prints that look and feel like end products.
  • Complex structures and fine details that push the boundaries of design.
  • Accurate prints that fit with other assemblies (electronics etc.).
  • Rapid iteration that reduces the CAD to final product cycle.
  • Cost savings of 95% or more over service bureaus.

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