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Shapeways' 3D prints, part of an exhibition in Athens [message #7780] Mon, 16 November 2009 16:13 UTC Go to next message
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I had a work presentation at the Athens School of Fine Arts recently.
Two of the works, T-Gyroid and Shell, are both produced by Shapeways.
More information here.
Check a video on YouTube and some images below.

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Re: Shapeways' 3D prints, part of an exhibition in Athens [message #7840 is a reply to message #7780 ] Thu, 19 November 2009 21:59 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Wow, Embarassed Using Shapeways for an actual art exhibition Very Happy !

I saw the shell when it came out of production. I really like it. It is very beautiful and graceful design.

Kindly,
Marleen
Re: Shapeways' 3D prints, part of an exhibition in Athens [message #7847 is a reply to message #7780 ] Fri, 20 November 2009 08:14 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Thank you Marleen Smile

This presentation included previews works as well. I am planning to make my next one only with 3D prints. Of course, I will post here again when done, hopefully during 2010...

Thanx again!


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Re: Shapeways' 3D prints, part of an exhibition in Athens [message #8071 is a reply to message #7847 ] Fri, 04 December 2009 11:14 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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hello.
how is the wall thicknes of the shell or th gyroid?
i want to make larger objects (30 cm), but the price Sad . i am privat not commercial. did you tested the minimal wall thickness?

greet

oliver
Re: Shapeways' 3D prints, part of an exhibition in Athens [message #8077 is a reply to message #8071 ] Fri, 04 December 2009 15:06 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hello Oliver Smile

The wall thickness of the shell is about 1mm. Same as the T-Gyroid model.

I know exactly what you say, as I face the same problem each time I upload a model.
I am trying to use 1mm wall thickness, also I try to make my models' surfaces look like a "grid" or any similar grid surface, just to keep the price down.

However, whatever I tried on a 30cm model... gets immediately expensive... Sad


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Re: Shapeways' 3D prints, part of an exhibition in Athens [message #8079 is a reply to message #8077 ] Fri, 04 December 2009 17:02 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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thanks for the fast answer.
ok, then i will make my bigger models with my old convential method .
everything under 20 cm i will print here.
here are my olders models. Cool

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http://myalbum.miyoo.de/Zeitreisender/37/4/18437/big/2402421/IMG_3760.jpg

http://myalbum.miyoo.de/Zeitreisender/37/4/18437/big/2392619/CollinsMoebius.jpg

bye

Oli

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Re: Shapeways' 3D prints, part of an exhibition in Athens [message #8080 is a reply to message #8079 ] Fri, 04 December 2009 17:09 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Great work Oli Smile

How much did you pay for the red piece to get it printed? Where?


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Re: Shapeways' 3D prints, part of an exhibition in Athens [message #8086 is a reply to message #8080 ] Fri, 04 December 2009 22:51 UTC Go to previous message
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this is self made. Smile
i would pay a lot for print in this size and wall thicknes.

 
   
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