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Michael Inglis

mingles

3D modeler, Product designer

I make 3D models and study how to software engineer.


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Update: http://shpws.me/MbD5
Hollowed out the cap to reduce overall material costs. Toon Headpiece
Update: http://shpws.me/MbCD
I have lowered the size of the mouth attachment. This will solve any of the attachment problems with the precious metal prints! Hau
mingles commented on Hau by mingles
March 4, 2016
Hau
mingles @Benjilios Apologies for my delay. Shapeways' steel is only suitable for low resolution models with large wall thicknesses. I'm afraid the model isn't suitable for such a print.
mingles @Dimensioner The mouthpiece was made slightly larger than usual to compensate for the S&F polishing process as my original tests for it exact size resulted in it being loose. The subtractive effect of polishing must've been slightly less on your model than I experienced..Does it fit on the head with a decent amount of force?
mingles commented on Plumber Cap Pack by mingles
August 28, 2015
Plumber Cap Pack
mingles @danguyf Apologies for my delay. It may be that the support material hasn't been removed properly. Have you tried scraping the front with a pin? If that isn't the case, try emailing service@shapeways.com. They should be able to help you out.
mingles commented on Hero's Cap by mingles
April 3, 2015
Hero's Cap
mingles @momsav Hi there, My apologies about the snap. I'm assuming it was ordered in the Frosted Ultra Detail. The material is very brittle and must be handled with care, especially when attaching to and removing from a minifigure head. Please email service@shapeways.com and they can help you out.
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