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Forum: Work in progress
 Topic: My first 3D printed steam engine in 3 different scales
Re: My first 3D printed steam engine in 3 different scales [message #120304 is a reply to message #113277 ] Fri, 31 July 2015 02:27 UTC
avatar rkapuaala  is currently offline rkapuaala
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https://images4.sw-cdn.net/model/picture/625x465_3591848_11462867_1438309497.jpg
The watertank and boiler combination turned our really nice. It is way over engineered though and I am going to make some changes to reduce the price of printing.
 Topic: Pose-able Grimlock (Age of Extinction version)
Re: Pose-able Grimlock (Age of Extinction version) [message #120347 is a reply to message #120217 ] Fri, 31 July 2015 15:44 UTC
avatar katkinkead  is currently offline katkinkead
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WOAH! This is SUPER detailed! What material are you printing it in? I hope it passes all of the checking! I worry about some of those sharp edges :Z

Anyway, PLEASE post pics when it arrives! This is SO COOL


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Re: Pose-able Grimlock (Age of Extinction version) [message #120358 is a reply to message #120347 ] Fri, 31 July 2015 16:30 UTC
avatar cyy87  is currently offline cyy87
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Registered: February 2015
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Thanks guys!!

I just received the email, it passed the test, now on its way to me! :)
I chosen strong and flexible plastic white, I think is ideal for its articulated joints.
I am very excited for the result too, I been working on this 3D model for the past few months.
Re: Pose-able Grimlock (Age of Extinction version) [message #120368 is a reply to message #120217 ] Fri, 31 July 2015 17:59 UTC
avatar rolandgs  is currently offline rolandgs
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That looks awesome, can't wait to see it in print. Also very interested to hear about the workings/failings of the joints. Hope it all works out, but if it fails I think there is a lot to learn from this kind of project.

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