RetroGeeking

Gaming & TV Nostalgia

Andover, England | 68 Sales

RetroGeeking

Gaming & TV Nostalgia

Andover, England 68 Sales On Etsy since 2017

5 out of 5 stars
(11)

RetroGeeking is taking a short break

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Note from shop owner Thank you for visiting my Etsy store! We are taking a short break while we catch up on some orders and look to create more unique items to sell.

We will be back Monday 7th January 2019.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone.

Thanks

Chris Newton

Note from shop owner

Last updated on 10 Dec, 2018

Thank you for visiting my Etsy store! We are taking a short break while we catch up on some orders and look to create more unique items to sell.

We will be back Monday 7th January 2019.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone.

Thanks

Chris Newton

Chris Newton

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Chris Newton

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Updates

Working on a custom order request, Potion of Restore Health, Stamina and Mana.

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A sneak peak of our process Working on another batch of Unicorn ornaments.

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About

We make cool things out of plastic, our only limit is imagination!

We pride ourselves in producing only high quality and accurate to scale 3D printing using the latest FDM & SLA printing technologies.

Check out our portfolio on our website at RetroGeeking.net for examples of what we can achieve.

We gladly accept custom jobs at request, send us an email to info [!at] retrogeeking.net and we will get in touch with a no obligation quote.

Thanks again for checking out our Etsy page. :)

Shop members

  • Chris Newton

    Owner, Designer, Maker

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More information

Last updated on 25 Sep, 2018
Frequently asked questions
What are 3D models made from?

We will always state in each item listing what materials have been used, but in a nut shell we mostly use PLA (Polylactic Acid).

PLA is mostly composed of starch and colouring, it is non-toxic and one of the safest materials used by 3D printers.

Are there any special care instructions?

It should be noted that PLA plastic will start to soften at 60°c and may warp or lose shape if temperatures exceed 60°c

Colouration may fade if exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of time.

Custom and personalised orders

We welcome all custom, personalised and exclusively commissioned orders. Please contact us for more information.

Customised, prsonalised or exclusive items will take longer to ship due to extra time needed in designing and calibrating of our equipment.

Are your 3D prints suitable for children?

PLA plastic used in the production of 3D printing is non toxic, however due to the nature of this plastic some of our prints may have sharp edges.

During our post processes we try our best to sand down and remove any sharp corners, although we may not always be able to remove these dangers completely.

Parents should exercise caution with sharp objects and smaller pieces that may cause a choking hazard!

Do you ship to my country?

Currently we do ship worldwide!
Please see our policies for estimated shipping times.

Seller details
Chris Newton
130 Shepherds Row
ANDOVER, Hampshire SP102QH
United Kingdom