Palma’s first of a kind 3D print shop opened its doors to the public on September 1st. The inauguration party held the night before at the print shop in Santa Catalina turned out to be a wonderful success,
‘’thanks to the great interest shown by our friends, family, neighbours and the mouthwatering appetizers prepared by yacht chef Marcel Frantzen (S/Y Aglaia)’’, says shop manager Birgit Allebrodt.
We, Birgit Allebrodt and Nicole Haeck (both ex yacht crew) looked into creating a new and exciting venture to settle in back on land after many great years spent on yachts. With the help of Naval Architect Sebastian Allebrodt, who is very familiar with the 3D printing concept, the idea of Object Print was born. A venue was found in the upbeat Santa Catalina area.
3D printing is a process for making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many successive layers of a material. (this may sound overwhelming, so we suggest you come into our shop and see the printing process in action). In our case we use different types of plastic(in the future also metal), like PLA, ABS, Nylon, ABS reinforced Carbon Fibre, available in various colours to make models, prototypes, spare parts, personalized merchandise, gadgets, and much more. Clients bring us their idea, a digital file pref. STEP or STL and we translate it into physical objects with our printers. In addition we offer different finishes and ship worldwide.
Besides the yachting industry we aim to target, architects, companies, designers, artists, students and last but not least the public.
We, Birgit & Nicole are looking forward to welcome you at Object Print and show you around the printer workshop Mo. – Fri. from 09:00 – 13:00 and 15:00 – 19:00
For further information, please contact:
Birgit Allebrodt & Nicole Haeck
c/San Magin 45
07013 Palma de Mallorca
Office: (+34) 971 401 499