3D Marketing Takes Off
Evan Burch

As we incorporate new technology into our projects and business efforts, we are constantly challenged to innovate and differentiate.  Since purchasing a MakerBot 3D printer in 2015, Heery has been developing better ways to utilize the printer's capabilities in marketing and business development, in addition to design on specific projects.  As branded leave-behinds become more prevalent, 3D printing offers a unique opportunity to break through expectations and deliver a product that is customized to both Heery and the target market.  Quick brainstorming sessions are a great way to engage our right brains and to test out cool ideas... Check out what we've come up with so far!

Small figurines including a mortarboard, a soldier at attention, and an electric guitar are a fun and unique way to demonstrate the versatility of a Heery-designed arena. (cover)

A small 3d printed airplane could be a unique addition to the desk of one of Heery's aviation clients. 

A 3d printed coffee mug goes a long way with coffee-enthusiastic clients.