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Autodesk Recap Scanned faces

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Posted (edited) · Autodesk Recap Scanned faces

As I said in the main thread, I have loads of these faces I can knock them out within two hours now, and a bunch of photos, but I didnt take a photo of all of them as i got bored of it. Here are a few, you get the jist, quick 1.5Hour plates, 6 per day, matt plates mean the solution needs boosting or replacing.....or something else. 

 

 

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Posted · Autodesk Recap Scanned faces

Some of them are very smooth and  nice. What are the colours you are using to give such a finish 

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Posted · Autodesk Recap Scanned faces

All colourfabb pla/pha with brushed acetone. Some red some blue some transparent. But all smoothed pla/pha from Colorfabb. 

 

Then electroplated with copper with varying densities of coatings and different matt/gloss finishes.

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Posted · Autodesk Recap Scanned faces

Looks really great! I am always impressed what you are doing in post processing and love the stunning results! 

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