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Faceture : Handcrafted Works with a Digital Aesthetic


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I was just thinking of unsubscribing to Shapeways, not because you aren't fabulous, but b/c I don't do any 3D printing myself and it didn't seem to be as relevant as my other reads. WRONG!

You rocked my world and blew my mind with this post to the film of Phil Cuttance's lo-fi art cart. Reading further led me to a non toxic casting material that will improve my life dramatically.

THANK YOU! Staying subscribed.
#1 Shelley Noble on 2012-02-14 02:02 (Reply)

#1.1 Duann on 2012-02-14 02:32 (Reply)
Why aren't you doing any 3D printing? :-P

I also really love the cart. It's so clean looking too. Almost looks like it's rendered.
#1.2 youknowwho4eva on 2012-02-14 16:02 (Reply)
Do please share the name of the non-toxic casting material...
#1.3 Glenn (Homepage) on 2012-02-14 17:28 (Reply)

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