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10 minutes ago, Smithy said:

I know you're struggling with it, but when you see the finished model, you almost can't believe it. Don't be impatient......

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10 minutes ago, Smithy said:

......look forward to the incredible result.

Gots a ways to go.....But, thanks :)

 

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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:    

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    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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    Im in Barcelona at the moment checkin out Gaudis style. Did a few scans we'll see how good they come out when I get back!. Also finally started to paint my nakedish lady. Will post pics soon. Doing some concrete molds as well looking good. Shame I have a job to do.... just not enough hours in the day! 

     

    Keep it up k-man always an inspiration!!

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    12 hours ago, cloakfiend said:

    Im in Barcelona at the moment checkin out Gaudis style. Did a few scans we'll see how good they come out when I get back!. Also finally started to paint my nakedish lady. Will post pics soon. Doing some concrete molds as well looking good. Shame I have a job to do.... just not enough hours in the day! 

     

    Keep it up k-man always an inspiration!!

     

    What do you use to 3d scan?

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    Posted · Post your latest print!
    On 8/19/2019 at 8:03 PM, kmanstudios said:

    Took me forever to do this. And it is still rougher than I would have liked.

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    Fantastic work, top notch. Personally I can't see how this could be improved any further.

    You are the King!

     

    I read some about your fine motor issues, I wish you the best recovery possible and are looking forward to see more of your work! 

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    On 8/20/2019 at 8:44 AM, ScanHD said:

     

    What do you use to 3d scan?

     

    Now I just use zephyr free. I dont need much more. 50 photo limit is plenty! My scans came out great here is a door knocker raw scan..

     

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    Today I printed 600 grams of PETG scrap...

    Miscalculated how much was on the roll and found the printer printing 5 mm in the air this morning.

     

    Made a label to show approximate length remaining so I hope this was the last time. ( Rounded the values so it might look some irregular)

     

     

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    Great idea!! It may be worth considering how the diameter of the remaining material affects the length relationship to thickness. 

    It's hard to tell if it is or not... But the scale shouldn't be linear.

     

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    Used geometric sequence to calculate but arithmetic might have been better.

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    On 8/23/2019 at 7:06 PM, AndersK said:

    Today I printed 600 grams of PETG scrap...

    Miscalculated how much was on the roll and found the printer printing 5 mm in the air this morning.

     

    Made a label to show approximate length remaining so I hope this was the last time. ( Rounded the values so it might look some irregular)

     

     

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    Good idea. Such scales should have been moulded-in on each spool, for both 2.85mm and 1.75mm filaments. That could easily have been done.

     

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    Well printed off my little door knocker scan. Didnt come out too bad! Gaudi's bust scan is next! 

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    a little Spring 😄

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    Posted · Post your latest print!
    4 hours ago, Ksstyling said:

    a little Spring 😄

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    For what? Made of what? Printed on what? Inquiring minds need to know!! :)

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    Its for a Lego Car for a centerlock

     

    Its printed in Pla with Breakaway on UM S5

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    I printed this model last month..

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    Very nice :)

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    Impressive, I guess it was a lot of work and much support material 🙂 

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    14 hours ago, Smithy said:

    Impressive, I guess it was a lot of work and much support material 🙂 

    Yaa a lot of work... These are all independent components glued together...

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    Posted (edited) · Post your latest print!

    Some of my work for silicone mold making

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    Nice flower things. I was thinking of doing that all over my house with gargoyles and all but never got round to it!

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    Heres a 'coin' i made for a friend. Took bloody ages. Still got 14 more to do.... havent plated in ages. I already messed one up need to re-learn or familiarise. But my kit is dying next one aint shiny lol. Need to hand polish.!

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    For the curious...

     

     

     

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    Nice, looks a bit like the old English coins I once had.

     

    You used an interesting support-strategy here. Did you do this with a single nozzle, or did you use PVA supports also? How did that bottom area come out, concerning sagging and curling up? In the next batch, could you make a close-up of that, before post-processing?

     

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