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Took me forever to do this. And it is still rougher than I would have liked.   3D concept rendering:   Finished piece:    

Bath interferometers.  I have made about 20 of these for people who use them to test their telescope mirrors.  They are amazingly accurate and can do better than a $40,000 Zygo PSI optical tester.  Th

I just finished this. It was a multi-part print for ease of painting. Some of it I am not sure what happened...but hey, it is purty....And, I am unanimous in that ? Test Render Parts

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ksn-arts nice model, I have seen a few people on my facebook page have already bought and printed it.  Render is nice, keyshot?

Cloakfiend sweet paint job on the head bust!

 

it a Fusion 360 ,thanks ,few people& show link

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    ksn-arts nice model, I have seen a few people on my facebook page have already bought and printed it.  Render is nice, keyshot?

    Cloakfiend sweet paint job on the head bust!

     

    it a  Fusion 360 ,thanks ,few people& show link

     

    Ahh haha it was You! Sergey. :p

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    @ksn-arts Awesome design and print!

    How do you manage to have such a perfect render in Fusion 360?

     

    thanks i play wth hdrs map and some control it

     

    That is a pretty sweet render indeed ^^

     

    a little more practice with my shiny metallic paint before i move on to weaponry...

    i want to try more flat stuff. the lines should be easier to remove.

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    Nice and smooth!

    What metallic paint are you using?

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    Ill may tell you later, i gotta keep a few secrets...

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    A simple crown I made for my 3-year old's school show (he needed a "Little Star" uniform):

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    Wow, nice! I'm guessing the stars and the crown were printed separately?

    How did attach them so they are tight?

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    Yes, I created everything in the same model, and used a boolean to "subtract" the stars from the ring, so that it left perfectly-shaped holes. I added some glue, though, because they would never stand a chance staying upright on a 3-year old's head :)

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    ...and this one's for my 5-year old, who will be playing a police officer (no idea what a police officer is doing in a Christmas show):

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    Here are my last ones, some Xmas decoration, that you can use for hanging mobiles. On the Youmagine page you will find the Blender file to try it if you want

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    And an explanation of the design in Blender

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    Merry Christmas folks, have a good one!!!

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    Merry Christmas!!!

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    cloakfiend, how cool, you should create and sell picture postcards. :)

    Also, at the moment, tbh I feel like one of the dwarfs after a few bottles...

    Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, take care!!

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    In previous years our parachute team would use tape for fastening lights to our helmets.  The tape job needed to be redone each time we had a night jump.   It was a time consuming job and it was messy.

    This year I had the tools necessary to make snag-proof light mounts that could be quickly installed or removed.   My two UM2's worked hard for a few days straight to make 32 of these mounts.   Modelling was done in OnShape, PETG material from Intservo was used, with a .6 nozzle installed on an Olsson Block, and of course the |Robert| feeder was installed on both machines

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    @chrisw cool! You may want to get in touch with @SandervG for extending this to a guest blog.

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    With the risk of sounding like a retard, did you go parachute jumping during the fireworks?

    That is what it looks like on the second picture.

    Isn't that super dangerous?

    Very cool story!

    Feel free to share some more about it :)

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    @SandervG   Thanks!   The still image makes it difficult to see the origin of these fireworks, but even crazier than jumping during a pyro show, our parachutists are launching them from the formation.    

    A video is the best way to show what's happening. The last person you see jumping out is wearing pyro brackets on both legs.   Fireworks ignite at about 1:10 into the clip:

     

    I work with a team called Canopy Formation Specialitsts.    We train jumpers to do demonstration jumps around the world.

    One year ago I bought my first printer (UM2) with the sole intention of using it to make test models for some prototype parts.  The end goal was injection molding.  At the time I didn't realize that fully functional, durable parts could really be manufactured at home.

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    Merry Christmas fellow Ultimakers!!

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    Hi All,

    I was not on the forum for some time and this is the reason:

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    Its my 3D printed turntable for my H0 track. It took lots of hours to make and design but it is working quite well and that counts. With the printed gears and the steppen motor it is very accurate and stable.

    I still need to do some track work but the turntable itself is finished. The design is uploaded on YouMagine.

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    looks great! small video when you put it in its place?

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    Here is a small video of the Turntable running:

     

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    Very cool! You make quite some parts with your Ultimaker don't you, like other parts for your entire set up? Do you also 3D print trains?

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