FOC is filmed by Amsterdam-Inc on AT5, Dutch Television

FOC general  14.May.2010

Freedom of Creation is featured on AT5, (Amsterdam TV). The show explores the work of FOC and how we are applying 3D printing into our daily business.

This program was broadcasted on May 14. Read on to have a look at the video: READ ON

3D printed structure for Next Architects

FOC FOR  3.May.2010

Freedom Of Creation was approached by NEXT architects to create an exact replica of an existing roof structure for a scale model. NEXT Architects needed to include the existing building structure in their model. But how to create such a complex structure quickly and precisely?

3D printing was the answer, the parts were drawn by NEXT architects and produced in one of our Laser Sintering systems. Each of the beam sections is only 1mm in thickness. Combining the 3D printed parts with the traditional maquette built by Made by mistake, NEXT Architects created a fabulous model.


FOC presents at Additive Manufacturing Conference

FOC general  3.May.2010

3D printing is also referred to as additive manufacturing, designing with these technologies is the core business of Freedom Of Creation. Therefore FOC is invited to give a presentation at the next Additive Manufacturing Conference at the Loughborough University in Leicestershire UK. The International Conference on Additive Manufacturing (AM) is the leading international symposium focused solely on the application of ‘end-use parts’, made using additive manufacturing technologies.

So far some of the mayor speakers at this 3D printing event include:

BMW (Germany)
Boeing (USA)
Freedom of Creation (Netherlands)
NASA Langley Research Centre (USA)

When:      7th + 8th of July 201
Where:     Loughborough University in Leicestershire UK


Freedom Of Creation featured on WeTransfer

FOC general  28.Apr.2010

Over the past months WeTransfer has created quite some buzz with their sleek designed online file transfer service. The service will deliver your files around the globe, while running beautiful full page ads in the background.

Together with WeTransfer we selected a range of nice FOC products to showcase on this state-of-the-art file transfer machine. It’s great to see our collection items next to a pair of brand new Nike sneakers, the latest Vitra chairs or some Ralph Vaessen sunglasses.


Janne Kyttanen designs 3D Printed gloves for DHUB

FOC Collection  26.Apr.2010

Freedom Of Creation exhibits their Laser Sintered textile products during the Laboratory of Fabrication at the Design Hub Barcelona (DHUB). Most of the FOC items on display, such as the Punchbag, are already part of permanent museum collections, including the MOMA and the Museum at FIT New York.

For this upcoming exhibition, FOC was commissioned by DHUB, to create 3D Printed gloves for their permanent collection. The white 3D printed gloves have adapted the name ‘Michael’, in remembrance of the late musical genius.

The exhibition dates are from June 15, 2010 until February 28, 2011. For more information about this exhibition, please visit the DHUB website.