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3d models on paper [message #5637] Sun, 02 August 2009 19:34 UTC Go to next message
avatar albertobosia  is currently offline albertobosia
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Registered: August 2009
Go to all my models
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I'm an italian boy and i signed up today
I need to realize some very easy plastic pieces, but i can't use autocad or any 3d modeling program. Sad
I can't hire a 3d modeler cause i'm 16, I'm not rich.
I'm pretty good on orthogonal projections and all the related things.
Anyway, the pieces I need are very easy to realize, cause they are just cube or pyramidal shapes, and they are very small, like 3x3x3 cm. I can't realize pieces by myself because I don't know neither what plastic resin use nor where find plastic resins.
Can you help me? What can I do to solve this problem?
thanx everybody

PS: i'm not sure i posted this topic in the right section, i'm sorry. Embarassed
PPS: sorry for my english, I'm just a student Embarassed Embarassed

[Updated on: Sun, 02 August 2009 19:39 UTC]

Re: 3d models on paper [message #5638 is a reply to message #5637 ] Sun, 02 August 2009 20:47 UTC Go to previous message
avatar Ushanka  is currently offline Ushanka
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Registered: April 2009
Go to my shop
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Cubes and pyramids are very easy to make! Use Google Sketchup, a free program.


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