AureumLocus

Aureum Locus 3D Printing and Design

Canberra, ACT 230 Sales On Etsy since 2018

5 out of 5 stars (41)

AureumLocus

Aureum Locus 3D Printing and Design

Canberra, ACT | 230 Sales

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Rick Parker

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Rick Parker

Announcement    UK purchasers be aware that import taxes can be very high!

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Last updated on 17 Oct, 2019

UK purchasers be aware that import taxes can be very high!

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New Christmas Collection in the store.
Skull pen holder now available in Copper Silk PLA. Looks fantastic! Same price as all other colours.
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About AureumLocus

Sales 230
On Etsy since 2018

At Aureum Locus we design and make a collection of eclectic and practical homeware and fashion goods.We also design and make custom items to order.

Hi, we're Rick and Helen at AureumLocus. We are makers and crafters always ready to make that cool or functional thing for you.

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  • rick parker

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    I'm a retired engineer who like designing and making. I like functional design but also decorative. My partner is a designer and maker of fashion items. Some of her creations will be here soon.

  • Helen

    Creator

    I am a keen crafter who had been working with fabric by sewing, knitting and quilting for many years. I love my cotton rope bags, bowls and totes and am constantly working on new designs.

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Last updated on 26 Nov, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalised orders

I can customise orders for colour and size.
I am able to put personalised text on some items, please let me know what you want and I'm sure we'll be able to work something out.
Personalised items will cost more, but I'll let you know in advance.

Care instructions

3D printed items can be cleaned with soap and warm water. Please do not put eco-resin items in the dishwasher as the high heat will cause them to distort.

Why are there lines and marks on my 3D Print?

3D printing is a layered manufacturing process which lays down thin lines of resin. This means that there will be faintly visible lines and blemishes in some prints. I do my best to minimise these by careful selection of high quality materials and crafting of the printing process.

Are 3D Printed items food safe?

The PLA resins I use are certified food safe, however the 3D printing process introduces fine lines which can trap food material which can grow bacteria. If you use 3D printed items to contain food, please wash them with soap and water after each use. Do not wash in the dishwasher or use them to contain hot liquids as they will melt and distort.

Are 3D printed items safe for children?

No. Although the plastic I use is food safe and non-toxic, many 3D printed items have small parts or pieces which may be broken off and could be a safety hazard if swallowed.
Additionally, the strength of solid items cannot be guaranteed due to the nature of the 3D printing process so they are not safe for children to handle.

Sizing details

I can 3D print anything up to 210 x 250 x 210 mm (10x8x8 inches).