Tag: additive manufacturing

Blog, Cookie Cutters, Featured Posts

Our Cookie Recipe

It’s not really a cookie recipe now I look again. It’s a biscuit recipe, and what’s more it’s not really mine, all hail Nigella Lawson. Crumbs… literally.

Because I feel we should test every cookie cutter we make, we needed a cookie recipe that worked every time. I needed to make sure, the cookie/biscuit held well. That the cutter didn’t make the biscuit too small, or too ‘rock hard’. You know what I mean,  you cut out a dinosaur, or a stiletto heel, and the tail/heel is so thin, it breaks off or worse still, breaks a tooth!

Christmas Baking Shop 2023 - cookie cutters of Christmas present sack, a reindeer face and a cookie with bite taken out of it
Blog, Cookie Cutters, Featured Posts

Christmas Baking Shop 2023

The big sweet tubs are out in the supermarket meaning one thing: Christmas is on its way. Though I won’t be getting my tubs yet, as I know they won’t make it ’til Christmas! We don’t do willpower at SED HQ. With that in mind, we know you’ll be planning your Christmas collection, we thought we’d come on with our Christmas baking shop 2023. We know – you can’t contain yourselves.

3D Print Design, Featured Posts

Five Covid 3D Printing contributions

Here we are, into a new year and of course Covid-19 remains the overriding factor in our lives. Yet, for us players in the additive manufacturing (AM) game the pandemic has proven itself an interesting place to lurk. As the virus tightens its grip again, as we plough on through winter, the story of 3D printing’s involvement continues. So, this blog is a look at five 3D contributions to Covid-19. So far!