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Need simple (I think) 3D model created from 2D cross-sections [message #66939] Sat, 27 April 2013 00:50 UTC Go to next message
avatar blabus  is currently offline blabus
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So I'm looking to have a 3D version of our company's logo created for use as a keychain. However, I only work with 2D design (Photoshop, Illustrator) and have no 3D knowledge or experience, so I was hoping to find someone who can take the attached 2D cross sections I've illustrated and turn them into a 3D model suitable for being printed by Shapeways (STL file format I believe?).

So if anyone is available, send me a quote! Attached are the cross sections, and I also have those shapes in vector format, in case you can import them into your 3D software to make things easier. (Also I know the cross sections view may not be the easiest to envision the 3D version by, so you can send me questions and I'll try to describe it better).

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Re: Need simple (I think) 3D model created from 2D cross-sections [message #66943 is a reply to message #66939 ] Sat, 27 April 2013 04:11 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar stonysmith  is currently offline stonysmith
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Here ya go.

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Re: Need simple (I think) 3D model created from 2D cross-sections [message #66966 is a reply to message #66943 ] Sat, 27 April 2013 23:12 UTC Go to previous message
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stonysmith wrote on Sat, 27 April 2013 04:11

Here ya go.


Holy hell, now that's what I call service! I can't thank you enough!

 
   
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