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Designer Spotlight: Rose Thun


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I love Rose's creations in Design Rosetta. I have some of her jewelry - people are amazed when I tell them it's 3D-printed!
#1 Ellen on 2014-02-10 22:05 (Reply)
Thank you Ellen!
#1.1 Rose Thun (Homepage) on 2014-02-14 21:59 (Reply)
I also have some of Rose's beautiful jewelry and one of her small sculptures. She is an inspiration to us all and a truly talented artist!!! LOVE her work!!!
#2 Kelly Lance on 2014-02-11 15:57 (Reply)
Thank you KELLY!
#2.1 Rose Thun (Homepage) on 2014-02-14 21:59 (Reply)
Rose, you gave a link to Udemy. It does not go to a specific course, and when I search for Kacie Hultgren on Udemy it finds nothing.

Can you please give a working link, as I am very interested in possibly taking that course.

#3 Tom on 2014-02-12 17:26 (Reply)
Hi Tom:

Rose actually did not provide the link, that was us! But you are right, it seems to go to a not very helpful link. Katie Hultgren is a shop owner on Shapeways as well! Her shop link is: Perhaps contacting her directly about the class may be best.

Let us know if we can be of any more help!
#3.1 Aimee Moyer on 2014-02-12 17:41 (Reply)
Tom, Kacie seems to no longer be offering the class. There are 8 other good courses on Udemy about 3d printing now and Kacie has a YouTube channel with more tutorials

Best regards,
Rose Thun, Design Rosetta
#3.2 Rose Thun (Homepage) on 2014-02-14 21:53 (Reply)
Talented AND humorous! Love your work. Wish I lived closer, I'd ask for tutorials. Maybe you would consider weekend classes in the summer??
#4 Maija on 2014-02-12 17:45 (Reply)
Maija, I'd be glad to talk to you more on this. Thanks for your interest.
#4.1 Rose Thun (Homepage) on 2014-02-14 22:01 (Reply)
I want to know more about gold , platinum jewellery 3d printing and it complete machines and it rate and it porducts finishing samples Thanking you surendran
#5 surendran krishnan on 2014-02-17 09:59 (Reply)

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