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Case Studies


  • 13Oct
    3D Solidforms in Stoa of Attalus

    3D Solidforms scans an Ionic order capital that is placed in the Ancient Agora of Athens, in the Stoa of Attalos.

    Oct 13,2015 | More
  • 09Sep
    3D Solidforms is on Air for second time!

    For a second time, SKAI channel and the journalist Mrs Iatrou Helen expressed their interest for 3D Solidforms Company in a live connection for the morning news programme “Proti Grammi” (in Greek).

    Sep 09,2014 | More
  • 31Jul
    3D Solidforms is on Air

    Interview and presentation of 3D Solidforms Company for the “Online” morning news programme in SKAI TV channel, with the participation of Mr. Lakassas Dimitrios, president of the Alexandreia Zone of Innovation. The interview was arranged by the journalist Mrs Iatrou Helen (in Greek).

    Jul 31,2014 | More


  • 3D Printing
  • 3D Scanning
  • 3D Design

The three-dimensional printing is accessible to everyone, challenging the imagination of designers and exceeding any technical restrictions in manufacturing. It can help you build prototypes or even final products faster, easier and more affordable than ever! 


The use of three-dimensional scanning allows you to capture the external geometry of an object with very high accuracy and save its form and color digitally. It is an entirely safe procedure as it emits low power light and it does not require the installation of any targets on the surface of the items.


The three-dimensional design is required not only for the construction of objects but for their promotion as well. Special 3D design software allows the photorealistic visualization of objects, as well as the creation of files that can be used for 3D printing.


The Antikythera Mechanism

The Antikythera Mechanism is an analog computer (the first in world history) of amazing technology that was constructed over 2.000 years ago. It was used for the accurate calculation of the position of the sun, the moon and possibly of the planets. It could also estimate the phases of the moon, predict the eclipses of the sun and the moon and determine the date when the ancient Stefanites games would take place. The last five years, was established a team of researchers in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki that began the construction of accurate and functional copies of the Mechanism.