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Great ! It is possible to post a link to a bigger picture ?

Looks like it is flat enough to be shipped worldwide in a bubble envelope via postal service. What about offering it for something like $9.99 shipping included ? Or added for free on request with any order >$100 ?
#1 fx2 on 2010-07-26 14:51 (Reply)
All the kits are at SIGGRAPH at the moment.
What is it that you wanted to see in more detail?
#1.1 Artur on 2010-07-26 15:38 (Reply)
Actually I'm interested to see a bigger view of the "wave" parts. Can they be rotated or moved ?
#1.1.1 fx2 on 2010-07-26 16:01 (Reply)
It'd be real cool if you could get the pieces 3D scanned and offer it for free download. Also offer it for sale to those that want to hold and see it. I'm sure that would cost a bit more than $10. Also, I see you have a lot of materials on there. Why not just WSF and it's derivatives represented by one piece, detail by another, robust by another, stainless by another, as the limitations should be shared by the derivatives. Thus cutting down the pieces and the price.
#2 Michael Williams on 2010-07-26 16:54 (Reply)
Hello,

I am an investor in a small fashion design company. I would like to sample your material for inclusion in some of our clothing designs. How might I purchase, or order, a collection of samples?
#2.1 Yon Hardisty (Homepage) on 2010-07-31 16:44 (Reply)
nice, cant wait to see the digi-fabrics when they are 3D printed in color....
#3 duann scott on 2010-07-27 13:20 (Reply)
Great! I have been waiting for a sample kit and would definitely buy one instead of testing all the materials on different products myself. Would be super helpful to get a feel for the different materials beforehand and i am looking forward to ordering one.
#4 Bettina on 2010-08-04 10:56 (Reply)

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