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Posted · Post your latest print!

Hi,

it´s been a long time...

So here are a few pictures of my latest project.

This is a Ma.K "Fliege". I bought a plastic kit from japan and it was a little too small (1:20). I build a new one with 3dsmax and printed it with my ultimaker2.

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Posted · Post your latest print!

I've been messing around with copper paint a lot here is a test job! probably the most detailed thing i have floating around at the mo. need to do a kit job soon, getting back into painting models!

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PLEASE DO NOT shout at me for designing printable guns lol.. this is a Halo Prop replica for a client and does NOT fire real bullets or lasers or whatever... :)

Pre-print render

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Posted · Post your latest print!

nice collection!

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    Posted · Post your latest print!
    My various paint tests. 20150530_092555.thumb.jpg.39f20836c0a39a7b6731a6389d029476.jpg

    Your little museum ;)

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    Posted · Post your latest print!

    My museum is about to double its size doing peoples faces is turning out to be very popular. Just to let anyone else who likes making faces know. Dont waste your time using catch123 its crap quality compated to autodesks memento. Rezolution is three times better but is only available on pc im afraid.

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    Posted · Post your latest print!

    Finished this weekend.

    You can download the stl at:

    https://www.myminifactory.com/object/alien-bust-3878

    but my print has more details, because i resculpted them in zbrush.

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    Posted (edited) · Post your latest print!
    Finished this weekend.

    Great ! :)

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    Nice seeing some more painted stuff! Looks great, I was doing an alien as well! lol. But mine was more like the jilted generation front cover, need more zbrush practice as I do most touching up in maya but its very limited and more clubersome with its sculpt tools.

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    Posted (edited) · Post your latest print!

    Only had the UM2 a few weeks but I am starting to get the hang of it now! This is a dummy engine for a 1/3 scale Fokker D.VII.  The exhaust system is printed in Colorfabb XT black and produced in sections to make fitting to the engine easier.  Joints were made with wood dowel and cyano glue followed by filler resin to fill the gaps.   I have just started painting it now.  It will have rough weld joints and hopefully look pretty rusty by the time I have vinished with it.

    The main engine has some 3D printed parts though not with the Ultimaker, they were produced with sintered Nylon by a print house.

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    Posted · Post your latest print!
    Finished this weekend.

    You can download the stl at:

    https://www.myminifactory.com/object/alien-bust-3878

    but my print has more details, because i resculpted them in zbrush.

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    Awesome... you should share yours :)

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    Posted (edited) · Post your latest print!
    That's an nice finish you have achieved there.  It will be interesting to see your rock tumbler :)

    Nigel

    Here it is: http://www.instructables.com/id/Affordable-Rock-Tumbler/

    Your vote is appreciated ;)

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    Posted · Post your latest print!

    Nice! is that drum rubberized on the inside ?

    Do you know a supplier for a (rubber) drum, preferably in Europe? I only seem to find them in the US with huge shipping ...

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    Posted · Post your latest print!
    Nice! is that drum rubberized on the inside ?

    Do you know a supplier for a (rubber) drum, preferably in Europe? I only seem to find them in the US with huge shipping ...

    no it isn't rubberized.

    and yes, I know a supplier in Germany who is selling the original Lortone Tumblers and drums (which are insanely overpriced):

    http://www.uhrmacherwerkzeuge.com/epages/62662707.sf/de_DE/?ObjectPath=/Shops/62662707/Categories/Poliermaschinen

    hth

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    Posted (edited) · Post your latest print!

    Can someone please explain the advantage of a tumbler? im curious what it does exactly to 3d prints?

    edit, never mind, i see its just for metal printed parts really.

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    agree it's not cheap but the small one is 49,- I may try that one someday ...

    http://www.uhrmacherwerkzeuge.com/epages/62662707.sf/de_DE/?ObjectPath=/Shops/62662707/Products/4825.933

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    Posted (edited) · Post your latest print!

    Another supplier for rubber tumblers:

    http://www.ukge.com/en-GB/5lb-Rubber-Barrel-for-Stones__p-1179.aspx?gclid=CjwKEAjwqLWrBRC-_OaG-IfL0kASJAAbzKsV8ABGKDu0VItVIaJiRa41Mk4_IgYQv7yZ5RBWKKoZAhoCl4_w_wcB

    I will download the files shortly onkelgeorg,  naturally I will vote :)

    Thank you for sharing.

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