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ICFF Contest Update


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Hi there
If i need to send you instructions/ some background information- where do you send it to? As i assume the upload function is expecting for the rendering files.
Also - i am new to 3D printing but where there are connection points. Is there an expectation that we will need to send you separate renders and explain to you how they break down and how they need to be connected?

Please advise.
Thanks
Cindy
#1 Cindy Wong on 2011-04-14 22:47 (Reply)
Hi Cindy,

The winner will be chosen based on the renders/photographs.

If you are the winner we can discuss assembly and other complexities at that point.

Good luck
#1.1 Duann on 2011-04-14 22:50 (Reply)
Thanks Duann. One more quick thing:
So what you have said is you will need renders but also you will still need the 3D files with file extensions you have listed in http://www.shapeways.com/upload/
>>Create a design in your own 3D application
>>Export it to one of the supported file formats (STL, X3D, Collada, VRML97 or VRML2).

Am i correct? Sorry for asking you more questions.
#1.1.1 cinders on 2011-04-14 23:12 (Reply)
No Problem..

That's right,

We need to make sure the item is actually 3D printable before we choose it as a winner..

Please feel free to ask as many questions as you like.

Cheers
#1.1.1.1 Duann on 2011-04-14 23:15 (Reply)
i cannot upload a fully rendered image of my design,in jpg. please help. today is the last day so i need to send my entries. thank you very much.
#2 nadinesalvador101 on 2011-04-16 05:51 (Reply)

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