18th April 2017
Retail Design Expo exhibitor Stackawraps has announced that business investors Ben Moss and Rob Kelly, both prominent in the printing industry, have taken a shareholding in the group.
The investment shows confidence in the Stackawraps offer, which creates 3D large scale versions of products for display purposes, according to the company.
The Stackawraps method reproduces a photo-realistic large scale 3D version of any product. Giant drinks bottles, baked bean cans, perfume bottles or any type of packaged product can be produced cost effectively and without the need of a 3D printer or expensive 3D model maker. The products are distributed flat packed and can be assembled in minutes.
Stackawraps director and co-founder Richard Peter says: “My business partner Natasha Leigh and I have spent the past 3 years developing the Stackawraps™ process. The clever part is the method to convert a 2D image into a 3D image and at the same time create a set of construction drawings for the manufacture of the frame work that make up the displays”.
Stackawraps will be exhibiting on stand H77 at Retail Design Expo 2017, where the product has been shortlisted for the Innovation Trail and Awards
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