|Forum: 3D modelers for hire|
| Topic: Titan Art 3d Print Art Specialist Cheap|
|Titan Art 3d Print Art Specialist Cheap [message #94913] Tue, 29 July 2014 16:21 UTC
My name is James Williams and I am the Lead Artist/Owner of Titan Art; a fast and affordable 3D Outsourcing Company. I have several years of experience in a variety of creative fields including game design and product modeling. I currently specialize in producing high quality renders for product developers, most of which happen to be automotive and inventions. I also specialize in low poly modeling, texturing for video games. My turn around is as quick as the material is turned over to me. I also offer a watermarked art test for first time customers.
3D Modeling (low and high poly)
Ford Motor Company
Omega GT Racing (London)
Levi (Interior Walkthrough)
Ugly Wart Studios
Mr. B's Soulfood
Rate: 20.00 per hr.
TBD (Lower Rates for fixed prices)
Titan Art Lead Artist/Owner
|Forum: 3D Printing|
| Topic: layer thickness for different materials|
|layer thickness for different materials [message #94920] Tue, 29 July 2014 18:24 UTC
I want to print a Menger sponge, and I need to find out the size I need.|
The model can be sliced in 81 layers, and then each layer has only vertical and horizontal edges,
in the sense that a layer only has rectancular vertical holes, the lower surface and the upper surface are identical
and the layer is produces by shifting the surface.
So if we cut the sponge into 81 layers, all layers are "easy".
Therefore, printing would be better if the full size is an integer multiple of 81 & (layer thinkness).
Where can I find the value of layer thickness you are using for all the available
|Forum: Bug Reporting|
| Topic: Never Printed and 100% on same material family?|