Anarkik 3D Design: Business in a Box


Create passionately, print perfectly and sell profitably…

Business in a Box is a comprehensive package containing everything you need to get up and running with Anarkik 3D Design.

Add Cloud9 and Novint’s Falcon haptic device to your tool box with two days of expert tuition on how best to put them to use. On the course we also cover designing for 3D printing and how to price your work.

Before purchasing please ensure your computer meets our minimum technical specifications.

Once your order has been processed you will receive an email with a link to download Cloud9 (alternatively, download it here).

Once your payment has cleared you will receive your license and activation codes in a separate email.

Price is exclusive of VAT, unless otherwise stated. Thank you for your order.



Designed by designers for professional designer makers and artists for the way we want to work. Learn more…


The Falcon haptic device replaces your 2D mouse. Cloud9 is designed for haptic ‘touch and feel’ interaction and also for the easy natural 3D navigation and movement it provides for manipulating forms, moving, zooming and rotating. There are other haptic devices in the market but we chose to use the Falcon as it is less expensive and more durable. Learn more…


9:30am – 5:30pm (coffee, tea, bicky break included)

Introduction: brief overview followed by swift run through in demo mode to show the interface and main menu features including the advantages of using a ‘3D mouse’.

Hands on session: Using Cloud9

  • Easy Navigation – getting the feel for interacting/creating in a risk free 3D virtual environment.
  • Designing – try out functions, work with templates, create a 3D model through structured playing and exploring, with individual assistance.

Lunch: (and the opportunity to handle 3D printed models and discuss the mornings progress with the group)

Hands on session: Continue working through the tutorial.

Final session day 1: Designing for 3D printing

  • The principles of 3D printing
  • Creating robust models and methods to keep costs down
  • Saving your files in the right format and scale
  • Acquiring other models to manipulate/customise (imported e.g. Rhino, freebies, paying for models)
  • Where and how to access 3D print services
  • Other likely issues and associated costs

End day 1: Brief overview of day 2 programme: designing for 3D printing

9:30am – 5:30pm (coffee, tea, bicky break included)

Intro: Coffee/tea and informal discussion about focus for day 2.

Hands on session: Start work on your own model, robust enough to be 3D printed.

Session 2: Designing for 3D printing.

Lunch: (and the opportunity to handle 3D printed models and discuss the mornings progress with the group)

Hands on session: Continue working through the tutorial.

Session 3: Information and handling 3D printed models.

  • Materials: plastics, resin, glass, ceramics, metals etc
  • Different 3D printing systems: impact on designing
  • Where and how to access 3D print services
  • Likely issues and associated costs

Session 4: How to price, market and sell your creations including identifying outlets and audience.

  • Online and off line selling
  • How to price your creations
  • Identifying the correct markets for your works
  • The small tricks on how to sell, market and maximise your exposure

End of 2 Day course: Interactive feedback session: to help you identify the next steps, answer your questions plus give you course material to take away with you.

Post course for those interested: purchasing Anarkik 3D Design (Cloud9 and haptic ‘3D mouse package). See our excellent ‘all in’ value-added package ‘3D Business in a Box’ which will include membership to the Anarkik 3D Design community for deals on 3D printing and where you can sell your work and have it marketed.


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