basic element space
You say what, we answer how

About why
Often in our work we were faced with the need to find a non-standard solution, which was impossible to implement due to the lack of the necessary elements on sale.
A 3D workshop was assembled for their needs, which over time scaled to the needs of customers.
We want to implement such a space on Nuanu and expand its capabilities.

Printing of parts for engineering solutions, decor, individual souvenirs and branded marketing products made of plastic, clay and other materials, including edible.
At the moment, orders are already being received for 3D printing.

About chess
Based on our 3D space, we are implementing a social project for Bali schools to replace plastic garbage with chess for children.
The line for processing plastic bottles with subsequent extrusion into a thread for a 3D printer will allow us to create chess from recycled materials.

About car
A few years ago, a project was created in Moscow that made an electric-powered vehicle for the needs of the disabled. The created vehicle was popular and attracted the attention not only of people with limited mobility, but also young people and older people. Knowing Nuanu's need for a transportation solution, we decided to translate our experience here by designing the original 4-seater, electric-powered vehicle

About our competitors
Additive technology is not yet widespread in Bali. Four companies provide 3D printing services. There are PLA, PETG and SLA printers.
Our experience and knowledge allows us to use not only stock models, but also to design and build printers to the customer's needs.

  • Printing with various materials
  • Maximum use of secondary raw materials in the production of complex products
  • From finding a technical solution to its real implementation
  • Increasing the strength of the product from recycled waste by optimizing the shape topology

About future
Progress is accelerating. The leading positions in the market are occupied by enterprises that can quickly master new ideas, designs, technologies and quickly bring the product to market. The demand for means of production of rapid adaptation is growing.
3D printing, having occupied the market of prototyping devices, is actively moving to the development of mass production. We have gained experience in creating and operating a 3D printing laboratory, we propose to create such a space within the framework of the NUANU project. We are confident that with the growth of NUANU's technical equipment, additive technologies will be in great demand.
In numbers by 2026
  • 18 printers
    Cash turnover from $40,000
  • From 500 students per year
    Cash turnover from $13,500
  • More than 10 machines a year
    Cash turnover from $25,000

about Team
  • Dmitry Belyakov
  • Marina Belyakova
  • Aaron Frankel
  • Yuni Asti