Magigoo is produced by Thought3D Ltd (T3D), a company with a passionate team situated on a small sunny island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.

The main aspect of T3D is the R&D activities. By combining knowledge of 3D printing, materials and chemistry T3D develops new materials and technologies to solve problems in additive manufacturing. Its products Magigoo® and Magigoo® Pro, are all-in-one adhesives for 3D printing, designed specifically to keep 3D prints in place during the 3D printing process and allowing the easy removal when printing is complete.

We are a small, hard-working and conscious team, comprised of 3D printing enthusiast, engineers and scientists who have the entrepreneurial drive and spirit to solve some of the most annoying problems in 3D printing.

2014
In November Thought3D Ltd was set up to operate in the Additive Manufacturing Industry with a particular focus on the 3D printing technology market.
2015
Thought3D develops the first adhesive for in-house 3D printing use to optimise 3D printing services and solve the challenge with failed and warped prints. This product wins TAKEOFF Seed Fund Award and is launched at TCT Birmingham 3D Printing Show in October, where T3D is also nominated as best emerging company.
2016
Thought3D Receives Malta Enterprise Business Grant and Malta Innovation Award for Best Technological Innovation as well as WIPO IP Enterprise Trophy. In October Magigoo is back at TCT 3D Printing Show in Birmingham with a completely rebranded and updated packaging and enhanced formula.
2017
Thought3D moves to a new location with larger space for production, offices and its research lab. In October Magigoo receives an updated bottle and new sample size sachets are introduced.
2018
Thought3D in collaboration with BigRep launches big size bottle for prosumers and large format FFF 3D printers. Thought3D in collaboration with Owens Corning launched specialty adhesive for GF30-PP filament. Further Thought3D launched other PRO series adhesives for adhering polypropylene and polycarbonate filaments.
2019
Thought3D collaborates with Polymaker in making printing Polymax and Polylite PC printing easier. Thought3D launches Magigoo PRO PA adhesive for nylon filaments. In November T3D launches Magigoo PRO Flex for flexible materials and Magigoo PRO HT for high temperature material e.g. PEEK and PEKK.
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2019
In November Thought3D Ltd was set up to operate in the Additive Manufacturing Industry with a particular focus on the 3D printing technology market.
Co-Founder, Commercials
Andrei-Andy Linnas
Project Manager - Research and Development
Jean Paul Formosa
Design Wizard, Testing and Printing
Etienne Camilleri
Co-Founder, Commercials
Andrei-Andy Linnas

Andrei-Andy Linnas is a M.Sc in Innovation and Business Design with years of experience of growing start-ups from idea to seed stage and growth. Andy makes sure company is running smoothly, delivers on its promises and grows.

Project Manager - Research and Development
Jean Paul Formosa
Design Wizard, Testing and Printing
Etienne Camilleri

Etienne Camilleri is a 3D Artist. He has been involved in 3D design for many years. He is highly experienced using different 3D designing software packages. He has worked in various fields requiring design all the way from the architectural industry to the toy industry.

Etienne operates all our 3d printers and plays a key role in product testing.

Co-Founder, Researcher and Development
Dr. Keith M.Azzopardi
Co-Founder, Automation and Production
Edward Borg
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Co-Founder, Researcher and Development
Dr. Keith M.Azzopardi

Keith M. Azzopardi is a PhD in metamaterials. Keith has been responsible for the development of MAGIGOO® refining its composition to meet the most stringent of criteria that the company decided were needed for MAGIGOO® to be a true solution to the problem. His work has contributed in making MAGIGOO® the best product of its kind currently on the market.

Co-Founder, Automation and Production
Edward Borg

Edward Borg, a talented engineer with an international experience and awarded software developer and robotics enthusiast.

Edward has been responsible for the necessary customisations carried out on the testing equipment and the design and construction of the actual mixing and bottling plant used to manufacture and bottle MAGIGOO®. He was also involved in the conception of MAGIGOO® and the research carried out to further improve it.

 
Co-Founder, Commercials
Andrei-Andy Linnas

Andrei-Andy Linnas is a M.Sc in Innovation and Business Design with years of experience of growing start-ups from idea to seed stage and growth. Andy makes sure company is running smoothly, delivers on its promises and grows.

 
Project Manager - Research and Development
Jean Paul Formosa
 
Design Wizard, Testing and Printing
Etienne Camilleri

Etienne Camilleri is a 3D Artist. He has been involved in 3D design for many years. He is highly experienced using different 3D designing software packages. He has worked in various fields requiring design all the way from the architectural industry to the toy industry.

Etienne operates all our 3d printers and plays a key role in product testing.

 
Co-Founder, Researcher and Development
Dr. Keith M.Azzopardi

Keith M. Azzopardi is a PhD in metamaterials. Keith has been responsible for the development of MAGIGOO® refining its composition to meet the most stringent of criteria that the company decided were needed for MAGIGOO® to be a true solution to the problem. His work has contributed in making MAGIGOO® the best product of its kind currently on the market.

 
Co-Founder, Automation and Production
Edward Borg

Edward Borg, a talented engineer with an international experience and awarded software developer and robotics enthusiast.

Edward has been responsible for the necessary customisations carried out on the testing equipment and the design and construction of the actual mixing and bottling plant used to manufacture and bottle MAGIGOO®. He was also involved in the conception of MAGIGOO® and the research carried out to further improve it.

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8th November 2019
3D Printing Case study: How I printed my own Zoom rings
1st November 2019
Using Soluble Support Materials with Magigoo Adhesives
25th October 2019
Using Soluble Supports to improve Surface Finish of 3D prints
25th October 2019
3D Printing from a 2D Scan. Custom part for Laser Tag gun.