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Tackling Cancer with Sir Gareth Edwards: A 3D Printing Collaboration



At Lunia 3D, we're passionate about using our 3D printing expertise to make a positive impact on the world. Recently, we had the incredible opportunity to collaborate with Sir Gareth Edwards Cancer Charity and Yellow Mouse Studios on a unique fundraising project. Together, we created bespoke money boxes featuring the legendary rugby player, Gareth Edwards, to raise funds for cancer research and support.

The Project:

The Sir Gareth Edwards Cancer Charity approached us with an idea to create a one-of-a-kind money box that would not only raise funds but also showcase the iconic rugby player in action. We outsourced the 3D modelling part of the project to the talented team at Yellow Mouse Studios, while we at Lunia 3D were tasked with bringing the design to life through our 3D printing services.

The Design:

Yellow Mouse Studios designed an incredibly detailed model of Gareth Edwards, capturing his likeness while wearing his rugby uniform. The model showcases Gareth standing tall on top of the money box with a rugby ball on the ground next to him, representing the strength and determination he displayed on the field.

The 3D Printing Process:

Our team at Lunia 3D utilized our state-of-the-art 3D printers and high-quality materials to ensure the final product was not only visually stunning, but also durable and functional. We carefully printed each money box, paying close attention to the intricate details of the design. The result was a series of high-quality, bespoke money boxes that truly captured the essence of Sir Gareth Edwards.

The Impact:

These unique money boxes were sold to raise funds for the Sir Gareth Edwards Cancer Charity, directly contributing to their ongoing efforts to support cancer research and provide assistance to those affected by the disease. We're proud to have been a part of this collaborative project, and it's a testament to the power of 3D printing in making a difference in the world.

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