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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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The main idea is that I wanted to print full scale, that was why I rebuild it to an Ultimaker+ :)

maybe this gives more idea what this is about :cool:

(and if it still doesn't ring a bell, maybe my avatar will give it away)

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    Is there a software you are generating these "Swiss" models with Daid or are you pulling them off somewhere? Sculpting that as is in CAD would suuuuuuuuuck...

     

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    Here you go, Vampire Lord Bust from Skyrim: Dawnguard DLC. Sliced with KisSlicer. Took about 40 hours to print and is about 7 inches tall. Spraypainted with some plastikote grey primer. More pictures can be found here:

    http://www.facebook.com/DennisMejillones

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    amazing!! I would definitely like to give this a try myself, but i already read elsewhere that the STL is not public :(

    Great job.

     

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    Good news, I got permission to post the stl file on thingyverse. I have a few changes to make to it but it will be going up very soon :) I will post a link once its up.

     

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    Yesterday I started this print, http://goo.gl/xy58J , sliced with the new cura 13.03. The cut off bottem feature is absolutely superb, great work Daid! Saved me a lot of time having to edit .STL in Rhinoceros.

    The bracelet is scaled to fit the ultimaker printbed, it is HUGE!

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    Is there a software you are generating these "Swiss" models with Daid or are you pulling them off somewhere? Sculpting that as is in CAD would suuuuuuuuuck...

     

    They are on thingiverse:

    http://www.thingiverse.com/tag:Voronoi

     

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    hehe cool now I know what im printing for the weekend ;-)

    looks very beautiful !

    Ian :-)

     

    Yesterday I started this print, http://goo.gl/xy58J , sliced with the new cura 13.03. The cut off bottem feature is absolutely superb, great work Daid! Saved me a lot of time having to edit .STL in Rhinoceros.

    The bracelet is scaled to fit the ultimaker printbed, it is HUGE!

    8586301886_02636c2731_z.jpg

     

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    actually what settings are best used in Cura to do this above model ???

    what retraction settings are used ??

    Thanks.

    Ian :-)

     

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    here is one from me last week, a part of a larger presentation I had to finish. Modelling the roof on the front building was fun fun fun....

    Ian :-)

     

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    can i add attachments in this new forum ????

     

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    A cool head modeled by a friend and printed by me. Sliced with Cura 13.03. Support was manually removed with pliers.

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    this is the first try, it can probably be improved a lot when tweaking slicer options (and I have some belts tightening to do as well).

     

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    A cool head modeled by a friend and printed by me. Sliced with Cura 13.03. Support was manually removed with pliers.

     

     

    this is the first try, it can probably be improved a lot when tweaking slicer options (and I have some belts tightening to do as well).

     

    That is a cool head :)

     

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    actually what settings are best used in Cura to do this above model ???

    what retraction settings are used ??

     

    Thanks.

    Ian :-)

     

    Hi Ian,

    I used standard retraction settings on this model. Printed with 1.2mm wall thickness, 0,2mm layer height, 0% infill and at 20mm/s. One other trick to help print this model a bit easier is by scaling it up to fit the entire print bed. I think this might work better because this means more filament is actually printed opposed to a lot of retraction and very little printing.

    We also printed some original sized bracelets that came out beautifully. On these we used double the retraction speed, so 80mm/s. sliced with cura at 30mm/s, at various layer height. Will post an image after the holidays.

    Gijs

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    amazing!! I would definitely like to give this a try myself, but i already read elsewhere that the STL is not public :(

    Great job.

     

    Hi SandervG, as promised, here is the link to the stl on thingiverse. Have fun :)

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:68070

     

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    Klein Bottles by Dizingof - http://goo.gl/9JBe8

    Sliced with Kisslicer - 0.2mm layerheight - 0% infill - 3 loops.

    Printed with PLA/PHA filament Warm Red

    Happy easter holidays!

     

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    Nice model Vsions! Worthy of a big print!

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    Sliced with Kisslicer, 0,16mm layerheight, 0% infill, 4loops,

    Print time: 10 hours

    weight: 130g

    total height: 18 cm

    printed with PLA/PHA Olympic Gold

    Designer: http://www.thingiver.../Vsions/designs

    Model: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:68070

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    Printing into the air, or actulally just on two little strings of PLA/PHA that saved this print :)

     

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    Hi SandervG, as promised, here is the link to the stl on thingiverse. Have fun :)

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:68070

     

    Thank you for notifying me! But i already downloaded the file! ^^

    Hopefully i can find the time soon to print this beautiful model.

    Thanks a lot!

     

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    Colorfab, that looks fantastic! that pla is pretty awesome.

    SandervG, thanks! I am looking forward to seeing how yours turns out :)

     

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    So am i ;)

    I think i will give it a try this evening.

    @ Gadgetfreak, will that model become available as well? (i just read it will be, awesome!)

    /Vsions, in what software do you/does he usually model/sculp?

    I used to be illustrator and my main passion was drawing characters. I am working on converting these drawings/ideas

    into 3D but i am still searching for the best software. I am (to some level) familiar with Blender and Sculptris.

    But i find both not ideal, perhaps a combination would work better. But if anybody can recommend a software (preferable affordable :p), that would be great. I prefer sculpting over 'building' your model.

     

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    Zbrush would be my recommendation hands down. You could get a model from start to finish out of that software and it easily has the best sculpting tools. The other thing to consider is that even though it costs around $600-$700 you get free upgrades for life and the upgrades usually add some significant improvements.

     

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