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  1. its about 440mm long, just primed and wet sanded, finish isn't perfect, but good enough for a maquette.
  2. Been a while since I've posted anything... finally glued this together https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYyAHgi962E&list=UUByf1gRoFkBQyoZsaVeC7WA&index=1
  3. These look amazing! nice finishing on Iron Man, is that 1:1?
  4. that's very impressive! a lot of work in that, each part correctly oriented too, looks great!
  5. No, I found them on Etsy, but I'm keen to make my own.
  6. Looks great, scan looks good too, what did you use to scan it?
  7. Hey guys, this is not my model, or my print. It was however, printed on a UM2 by a company called Ownage. The UM2 was given to them in collaboration with CG student awards to print the student trophy. This was the winning entry. Can anyone recognise that support structure? ownage typically use high end printers, so it's possible it was sliced in something else, I can't understand why they'd choose to print the base at an angle like that, unless it was to avoid internal overhangs, allowing a hollow print, also possible, that the supports are completely custom, each part has it's own flat base
  8. I haven't used any sanding at all, only steel wool, and only for a few minutes, I haven't found it hard at all. I actually do have a vibratory tumbler I use for jewellery, but I have't tried it for Bronzefill.
  9. just another note on Bronze-fill, it most definitely smooths easier than regular PLA, even with just some steel wool buffing, the print lines are not visible at all, so, it may be a better material to use if you're planning to create molds of your parts. If colorfabb produce an iron base version, you should get these same properties, but at a reduced cost, as iron powder is less expensive.
  10. Hey Alessandro, I printed at an angle of about 60 degrees, nose pointing up with supports. I turned off retraction also, which makes for a bit more cleanup, but overall less chance of any problems printing. The overhangs were quite good, but also, Bronze-fill smooths much easier, this isn't sanded at all, just rubbed back with steel wool.
  11. Another Bronze fill print. Bottle Nose Dolphin. 0.08 @ 230 - 100mm long.
  12. there's a T-rex skull on thingiverse Skint. I've seen it printed a few times. Looks more modeled than scanned, but still looks good.
  13. Nice print! I just use the same techniques I use for cold casting, no sanding, just steel wool, and a bit of dremel in the tight places. The print is about 90mm long and printed at 0.08 The patina I use is re labeled by the company I buy it from here in Sydney, but I'm pretty sure it's Sculpt Nouveau Antique Black. https://www.sculptnouveau.com/Details.cfm?ProdID=37&category=6
  14. It's a scan, there's quite a few on this site. They're not print ready though, I spent a bit of time in ZBrush cleaning this up, increasing wall thicknesses and filling holes. http://www.digimorph.org/resources/STLs.phtml%C2%A0
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