Champion 3D started up to solve a manufacturing problem, Josef the founder and his partner wanted to make accurate educational biology models which can cost in excess of a £1,000 to buy ready made. He decided to purchase a second hand 3D Printer for much less after deciding this was the technology to solve this. "I have since offered my 3D Printer locally to makers and creatives wanting to turn their ideas in to physical models. I have slowly grown the small “bedroom” studio to 6 printers and completed over 1,000 orders. Peckham Levels will now enable me to expand my business further."
A recent article published by dezeen saw Josef collaborate with Dani Cole, a final year student at the Royal College of Art. The collaboration for her graduate work was to create a wearable third thumb that can help its user carry more objects, squeeze lemons or play complex chords on the guitar. Incredible.
Champion Prints will be providing 3D printing services by appointment, in multiple materials along with printing workshops and modelling services.