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3D Printing Reinvigorating Wood Sculpture


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Oh my, please bring this tech to your company! Level of detail and smoothness is really nice!
#1 Ryan on 2012-11-30 18:57 (Reply)
Ben, are you ready for the torrent of orders if Shapeways were to offer this part of our service ???
#1.1 Duann on 2012-12-01 02:02 (Reply)
Really an amazing technique...
I like the result and the smoothness of the model itself very much.

Thank you for the heads up.

See you
#2 Fuchur (Homepage) on 2012-12-01 23:18 (Reply)
As Artistic, spicy, and Inventive as one would expect from It?lia, isto ? Impec?vel!
Proud of Portugal being a menber of the Latin Europe, Nostra Famiglia, as one Italian grafted on a Lisbon street.
#3 Edgar Castelo (Homepage) on 2012-12-02 12:28 (Reply)
Gone to my Blog:
#4 Edgar Castelo (Homepage) on 2012-12-02 16:36 (Reply)
Beautiful work! I hope one day it will be possible/affordable to print 1/72 scale figures also. Good luck!
#5 Francisco FBMinis (Homepage) on 2012-12-02 21:21 (Reply)
Guys, thank you very much for all the great comments, your interest and the blog entry!
@ duann, basically we (3Dwood and I) would be ready to produce tons of such things. The "problem" is, that you can't do just one single piece due to the machine restrictions. Milling only one piece would be way to expensive (except it's huge, like a live-size human for instance...)
#6 Ben Godi (Homepage) on 2012-12-04 20:59 (Reply)

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