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Forum: Shapeways & Shapies in Your Region
 Topic: Chinese Shapies
Re: Chinese Shapies [message #114595 is a reply to message #89078 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 07:26 UTC
avatar averyanne_gervais_3  is currently offline averyanne_gervais_3
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3D Modeler/3D Sculptor – Jewelry Product Designer

The company CLAWZ, is a luxury fingernail jewelry manufacturer, creating unique sets of press on nails in precious metal and luxurious plastics. We are searching for a creative and hard working individual to join our rapidly growing startup to work as our in-house full time lead designer.

Responsibilities:
-Creating 3D files as instructed and collaborated upon
-Testing prototypes and gaining feedback from users
-Use parametric measurements to create and iterate design files often
-Operating and maintaining 3D printer(DLP)
-Creating photorealistic product renders
-Designing final product packaging
-Working directly with factory for realization of the product line
-Organize models, moulds for production
-Create a reference style guide and maintain a catalog of the product line with specs for production
-Conceptualize and design new collections with a broad scope of price and category

Experience Preferred:
-Experience working with 3D printers
-Experience developing jewelry with CAD and rapid prototyping
-Experience with luxury jewelry brands
-Understanding of costing of precious metals
-Understanding of production for large volume as well as one of a kind pieces
-Ability to work on multiple projects and skus at the same time
-Organic modeling skills beneficial
-3D printing materials knowledge is beneficial

Desired characteristics:
-Entrepreneurial spirit needed for a start-up environment with a committed, all-in attitude
-Sense of urgency with quick response time regardless of on/off work schedule
-Ability to jump into existing projects effortlessly and improve end result
-Creative, collaborative, flexible and open to new ideas
-Accept direction with a positive can-do approach and a strong team spirit

Starting salary is $1500-3000USD, to be determined by the candidates qualifications. We are based in Shanghai and understand relocation may be necessary. Relocation costs and employee share options are also negotiable. Please contact Avery-anne@CLAWZ.co with resume and portfolio to apply.
Forum: 3D Design
 Topic: Designing Items that are Similar to Other Items
Re: Designing Items that are Similar to Other Items [message #114601 is a reply to message #114541 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 10:16 UTC
avatar 73funako  is currently offline 73funako
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Hello

I am a creator who made this original 3D models "twist pair parts 1hole", uploaded since Aug2012. And absolutely, I retain all the intellectual property rights to all models I made.
The designs, ideas for how to make, shapes, functions, structures, renders of models " twist pair parts 1hole" are also the intellectual property I own, as same as my 3D data for models. please respect it.


I don't know if it is proper action to reply here in forum, but I've got similar inquies since I've started to upload my models at Shapeways, in officially or in privately.
So, I declear here, all of my creations are my originals, not re-creations from others, no copyright infringements.
And I hope everybody can understand this:

My works may look easy to make, but it took much hard time to come up with new ideas and make perfect original models for people who may like and buy my creations.

So, I haven't easily accepted the offer for cooperations or tie-ups, or sharing licences of my creations.
And I won't give my permission for re-creation by others, as a courtesy for my customers and other creators, and shoppers.


At least, please check the conditions and terms in Shapeways, first.
I really appreciate Shapeways service to protect creators.

Thank you very much

[Updated on: Mon, 27 April 2015 15:18 UTC]


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Forum: Work in progress
 Topic: Vase WIP
Re: Vase WIP [message #114618 is a reply to message #114568 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 13:59 UTC
avatar mvezza  is currently offline mvezza
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Second adjustment to the model, now the lattice wraps around the interior chamber and there's an angled slope at the top for flowers to be put in. Truthfully, this is a micro vase - currently standing at about 4 inches high. Making it proportionately one inch taller makes the price soar to $100+

I'm going to experiment with side handles on the vase next.

index.php?t=getfile&id=98528&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=98529&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=98530&private=0


https://www.shapeways.com/shops/mrvdesigns http://www.nuvango.com/michaelvezza
Forum: Bug Reporting
 Topic: Cannot save edited text in product description box
Cannot save edited text in product description box [message #114593] Mon, 27 April 2015 07:23 UTC
avatar railNscale  is currently offline railNscale
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Hello SW,

The uploading issues with photos seemed to be solved now.

Now I get the following issue:

I cannot update the descriptin text. All modifications are not saved. Furthermore the browser continuously asks me to stay on the page. I tried to save the changes. But mostly without success.


Can you please solve this. The whole refreshing/saving functionality remains goofy.

Regards,
Maurice


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 Topic: Shop - filtering does not work correctly
Shop - filtering does not work correctly [message #114597] Mon, 27 April 2015 07:32 UTC
avatar railNscale  is currently offline railNscale
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Hello SW,

I noticed that many popular products are not displayed anymore in the filtering!
https://www.shapeways.com/marketplace/miniatures?tag=1%2F160

For example: one our most popular kits: http://shpws.me/D1eJ is not shown at all.
If you select 'scale models' and look at 1/160 scale, this kit should pop-up at number 5 or so. Now it is not displayed.
If you are searching on price level, this kit will not be shown at all. That is not good.

All our products are tagged and used to show up properly.

I also noticed that some of our products that are slow sellers pop-up at pretty high places.

Maybe your algorithm is not working properly.


Can you please fix this?

Regards,
Maurice


railNscale 'Een verrijking voor uw miniatuurwereld' railNscale.wordpress.com
 Topic: Pick Up Shipping Option
Re: Pick Up Shipping Option [message #114608 is a reply to message #114556 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 12:42 UTC
avatar justiniso  is currently offline justiniso
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Which model is that? Can you link it?


-- Justin Iso Quality Engineer for Shapeways
 Topic: "Buy Custom Trains" page not populating?
Re: "Buy Custom Trains" page not populating? [message #114614 is a reply to message #114333 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 13:31 UTC
avatar Youknowwho4eva  is currently offline Youknowwho4eva
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This should be resolved now! Let me know if you continue to see any issues.

Appears the picks at the top are not meant to be effected, but we're bouncing around what should be done with those when sorting.


I learned a long time ago the wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advocate for myself and others like me. -Maya Angelou
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 Topic: Texture disappears after Wall Thickess Fix
Texture disappears after Wall Thickess Fix [message #114609] Mon, 27 April 2015 12:54 UTC
avatar Osteomics  is currently offline Osteomics
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I'm trying to upload a zip of .WRL + .png texture (created with Meshlab) to Shapeways. It uploads fine. The objective, obviously, is to allow 3D printing with Full Color Sandstone.
However when I do Wall Thickess Fix in Shapeways 3D tools, the texture disappears (why!?) and I don't know how to proceed.

Any suggestions or solutions?

[Updated on: Mon, 27 April 2015 12:55 UTC]

Re: Texture disappears after Wall Thickess Fix [message #114611 is a reply to message #114609 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 13:02 UTC
avatar mkroeker  is currently offline mkroeker
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Wall thickness test breaks up your model into small cubes ("voxels)", wall thickness fix expands those that are too small - after remeshing, number and location of vertices may be different from the original, so the texture no longer fits. Best download the fixed file and retexture it in your software (use netfabb studio basic to convert the X3D binary format to something your software can read).

And yes they might want to add a warning about this - guess the software should be able to detect that "full color sandstone" is on the list of available materials.
Re: Texture disappears after Wall Thickess Fix [message #114615 is a reply to message #114611 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 13:31 UTC
avatar Osteomics  is currently offline Osteomics
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mkroeker wrote on Mon, 27 April 2015 13:02

Wall thickness test breaks up your model into small cubes ("voxels)", wall thickness fix expands those that are too small - after remeshing, number and location of vertices may be different from the original, so the texture no longer fits. Best download the fixed file and retexture it in your software (use netfabb studio basic to convert the X3D binary format to something your software can read).

And yes they might want to add a warning about this - guess the software should be able to detect that "full color sandstone" is on the list of available materials.


Thanks for the fast and very explicit answer mkroeker!
Meshlab can read the corrected X3D just fine so I don't need to convert. Actually I tried to do what you suggested already. However since the fixed file is rotated, positioned, and scaled, differently than the original it is hard to "align" them to transfer texture from one mesh to another (is there another way to do it?). I wish there was some kind of Generalized Procrustes algorithm to do this automatically. I'm a bit of a meslab noob, always crashing it.
 Topic: No way to browse "Download" enabled models, all links broken
Re: No way to browse "Download" enabled models, all links broken [message #114613 is a reply to message #114570 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 13:24 UTC
avatar Youknowwho4eva  is currently offline Youknowwho4eva
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I'm not seeing the tags on the Miniatures page? Can you link to the page that you see the tags and screen shot where you see them?

I also noticed, on the featured page, there is a downloadable checkbox. But it doesn't appear to work. So I'll report both the link and the checkbox.


I learned a long time ago the wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advocate for myself and others like me. -Maya Angelou
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Re: No way to browse "Download" enabled models, all links broken [message #114616 is a reply to message #114613 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 13:47 UTC
avatar dimitri_livitz  is currently offline dimitri_livitz
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Of course!

So if we start with the first page I linked, this model: https://www.shapeways.com/product/TPCCDHFJ8/legion-devil?li= user-profile&optionId=56474423

Scrolling down a little, the links are here: http://i.imgur.com/OEEgIa3.png

The three links go to:
Miniatures: https://www.shapeways.com/marketplace/miniatures
Download: https://www.shapeways.com/marketplace/download
DnD: https://www.shapeways.com/marketplace/?tag=Dungeons+%26+Drag ons (nevermind the space in the link text, the editor keeps adding it back, but the hyperlink is correct)

But I just found the solution!

The correct Download link should be:
https://www.shapeways.com/marketplace/?tag=Download
NOT
https://www.shapeways.com/marketplace/download

The link at the bottom of the page I linked is just incorrect, and needs to be changed.

[Updated on: Mon, 27 April 2015 13:50 UTC]

Re: No way to browse "Download" enabled models, all links broken [message #114619 is a reply to message #114570 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 14:19 UTC
avatar Youknowwho4eva  is currently offline Youknowwho4eva
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Thanks! I've added that information.


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Forum: Official Announcements
 Topic: New Marketplace view!
Re: New Marketplace view! [message #114596 is a reply to message #114536 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 07:30 UTC
avatar railNscale  is currently offline railNscale
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Hello SW,

I noticed that many popular products are not displayed anymore in the filtering!

For example: one our most popular kits: http://shpws.me/D1eJ is not shown at all.
If you select 'scale models' and look at 1/160 scale, this kit should pop-up at number 5 or so. Now it is not displayed.
If you are searching on price level, this kit will not be shown at all. That is not good.

All our products are tagged and used to show up properly.

I also noticed that some of our products that are slow sellers pop-up at pretty high places.

Maybe your algorithm is not working properly.


Can you please fix this?

Regards,
Maurice


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Re: New Marketplace view! [message #114598 is a reply to message #114596 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 08:25 UTC
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Yep, same as above - most popular filter doesn't show my most popular items either.
Top of the list and further down I have numerous private models, some of which haven't sold once!

Paul
 Topic: New Image Prioritization feature!
Re: New Image Prioritization feature! [message #114620 is a reply to message #114509 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 15:01 UTC
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That's actually not a bad idea!


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Forum: Post Production Techniques
 Topic: What brands of primer/paint are good for painting on plastic
Re: What brands of primer/paint are good for painting on plastic [message #114610 is a reply to message #113107 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 12:57 UTC
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I'm getting good results with Tamiya on WSF.
Re: What brands of primer/paint are good for painting on plastic [message #114621 is a reply to message #113107 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 15:12 UTC
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I used to use Gesso for priming canvas for work with acrylic and oil paint.; Gesso might work for priming the models.

[Updated on: Mon, 27 April 2015 15:18 UTC]

Forum: 3D Printing
 Topic: May I "opt out" of the sealant used on stainless steel parts (in order to accept silver so
May I "opt out" of the sealant used on stainless steel parts (in order to accept silver so [message #114591] Mon, 27 April 2015 06:51 UTC
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I understand that (always bronze-infused) stainless steel parts are shipped with a layer of lacquer sealant.

Well. I want to silver-solder these parts onto something else, in which case this lacquer sealant will be a problem.

Therefore today's questions:

Q1: May I actually "opt out" of my parts receiving this sealant before shipment?

Q2: (if 'no') May I presume this sealant will come off with sand-blasting?

Q3: (What else should I be asking?)

Thank you.
Re: May I "opt out" of the sealant used on stainless steel parts (in order to accept silve [message #114594 is a reply to message #114591 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 07:23 UTC
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Probably best to email this question to service@shapeways.com . From my (limited) understanding, steel parts are not produced by shapeways themselves so communicating special production instructions may be even harder than it already must be within their streamlined internal processes. Polishing/sandblasting should be sufficient to remove the coating - there have been several complaints here of it wearing off of rings rather quickly... obviously such treatment would also remove any surface finish or plating.
 Topic: Sandstone wall thickness
Sandstone wall thickness [message #114622] Mon, 27 April 2015 15:19 UTC
avatar Valkenburger  is currently offline Valkenburger
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Hi all!

I'm working on a figure without arms or legs sticking out and I wonder about size and wall thickness. I just created one of 14 cm and a wall thickness of 3 mm, basically to save money. Is that going to hold if it tips over on a table?

Created one of 9 centimeter and a wall thickness of 6 millimeter (no other experiences) and that's too strong, can't break it by hand If I squeeze it. If I could it would save money!

9 centimeters = 2MM wall thickness
14 centimeters = 3MM wall thickness
18 centimeters = 4MM wall thickness

Does that make sense?

Greetings and thanks!
Forum: Feature this!
 Topic: Dumbbell Pendant - First Order in Rhodium Plated
Re: Dumbbell Pendant - First Order in Rhodium Plated [message #114592 is a reply to message #114581 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 07:13 UTC
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Hi seriaforma,

yes, there's no texture applied from me.

I would love the possibility of giving some additional notes to Shapeways, but i understand that this is not so easy to handle for them, because some ' wishes'may cause problems or additional costs ...

Markus


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 Topic: Solarsystem earrings
Re: Solarsystem earrings [message #114599 is a reply to message #114584 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 08:40 UTC
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We really love the story behind your ring. A beautiful ring with lots of love :)
Here is some new pictures of our earrings.

index.php?t=getfile&id=98507&private=0

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Re: Solarsystem earrings [message #114617 is a reply to message #114599 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 13:53 UTC
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Thanks so much, that was really nice of you to say :)
your earrings are going to do great a really brilliant concept :)


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Re: Solarsystem earrings [message #114623 is a reply to message #114599 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 15:21 UTC
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Have you studied the book Gravitation (the MTW bible)?
Forum: General Discussion
 Topic: Stainless Steel
Re: Stainless Steel [message #114603 is a reply to message #114580 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 11:58 UTC
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I know the color of the stainless pieces are completely mis leading to customers
Re: Stainless Steel [message #114604 is a reply to message #114603 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 12:21 UTC
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Guess they could drop the last mention of "stainless" from the materials page for "Steel" and call the bare metal "raw" (in keeping with the naming scheme used for the other metals). Is it this material that you are dissatisfied with, or one of the blued/plated finishes ?
 Topic: InBox Thrills (When does it get old?)
InBox Thrills (When does it get old?) [message #114607] Mon, 27 April 2015 12:33 UTC
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I've sold several models through my Shapeways Shop, at this point in time.

Can anyone who's sold *dozens*, if not *hundreds* of models, tell me ...

index.php?t=getfile&id=98517&private=0

Does seeing this message in your InBox, EVER not make you smile, or giggle like a lunatic?

Because if this continues, unabated - my wife's gonna think I'm up to no good at my computer.


WIFE: "What the heck's so hilarious down there?"

ME: (stifling a chuckle) "Nuttin'"

-Ed

Re: Up & down! [message #114612 is a reply to message #114607 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 13:11 UTC
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Sometimes... oh yeah!


Today 8.00 am:

Model rejected!... ohh noo...!






index.php?t=getfile&id=98523&private=0



[Updated on: Mon, 27 April 2015 13:21 UTC]


Useful things... by kaadesign
 Topic: 3D Printing Podcast How To make Money With 3D Printing
3D Printing Podcast How To make Money With 3D Printing [message #114627] Mon, 27 April 2015 16:41 UTC
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Hey Everyone,

I am doing a podcast on selling a 3D printed object showing exactly how I plan on doing it. Marketing tactics, profit margins, conversions, everything.

I bring on experts from both the internet marketing industry and the 3D printing industry. This weeks episode is the first iteration phase

Let me know what you think.

http://www.i3dcreatives.com/e9-iterate-evolve-design-product -update/

Website: www.i3dcreatives.com
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Forum: 3D modelers for hire
 Topic: Engineer / 3D designer / Finite Element Analysis
Engineer / 3D designer / Finite Element Analysis [message #114628] Mon, 27 April 2015 16:56 UTC
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Engineer / 3D designer / Finite Element Analysis, available for project.

Located in Canada
 Topic: Urgent: mobile home designer wanted
Re: Urgent: mobile home designer wanted [message #114629 is a reply to message #114167 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 17:04 UTC
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Good day Wilcodg,

I'm interested with the project, how much details is required, i'm assuming outside only.

Let me know regards

Edmc
Forum: 3D modeler needed
 Topic: WANTED: 3D modeler for a complicated project
WANTED: 3D modeler for a complicated project [message #114587] Mon, 27 April 2015 00:24 UTC
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Hi all,

I'm working on a proposal for the expansion of an open pit mine in Papua New Guinea. We want to have a physical model of the expansion to present in June.

The model would be a fully textured block containing the existing pit and surrounding mountains/ocean, with twelve removable pieces representing each stage of the expansion.

We have all the pieces but they are far from being printable and need someone with the necessary skills to redesign and texture them for 3D printing - see attached images. The model would be about 700 x 500 x 200 mm.

If you have experience with similar projects and think you could help, please contact me ASAP. Someone who would be able to offer design and print services in one package would be great.

Justin

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 Topic: Need a specific ring design made by an expert please.
Need a specific ring design made by an expert please. [message #114590] Mon, 27 April 2015 03:06 UTC
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Hi I am Karen from Australia & I need to produce a specific style of ring for my sons business, I was recommended this site, so went to the "Hire A Designer Section' & chose to contact Scott Denton on the 15th April as I felt maybe he suited the person I was looking for. However even though my message was read he hasn't answered me.
So rather than waste anymore time, I saw that I could put a message on here, I'm hoping I can find someone sooner than later.
All I have is a couple of photos of the ring which I have attached. Once the design is right I'm wanting to have it printed in metals.
It's really important that the design of the ring is the same as the one in the photo.
With the of information I've given & the photos; could someone please let me know what's possible & if so, how it would work. Cost & time wise etc?
If this ring design works out, I'm sure we will have some ongoing business for other requirements.
I'm really excited in the hope that this ring could come to fruition, I look forward to hearing back from someone please aindex.php?t=getfile&id=98471&private=0sap.
Kind Regards
Karen Allfreyindex.php?t=getfile&id=98472&private=0

Re: Need a specific ring design made by an expert please. [message #114605 is a reply to message #114590 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 12:28 UTC
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private message sent:)
 Topic: 3D modeler needed for complicated project
3D modeler needed for complicated project [message #114588] Mon, 27 April 2015 01:49 UTC
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Hi all,

I'm working on a proposal for the expansion of an open pit mine in Papua New Guinea. We want to have a physical model of the expansion to present in June.

The model would be a fully textured block containing the existing pit and surrounding mountains/ocean, with twelve removable pieces representing each stage of the expansion.

We have all the pieces but they are far from being printable and need someone with the necessary skills to redesign and texture them for 3D printing - see attached images. The model would be about 700 x 500 x 200 mm - main block probably split into four pieces.

If you have experience with similar projects and think you could help, please contact me ASAP. Someone who would be able to offer design and print services in one package would be great.

Justin

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Re: 3D modeler needed for complicated project [message #114606 is a reply to message #114588 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 12:32 UTC
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 Topic: Character Modeller Needed
Re: Character Modeller Needed [message #114624 is a reply to message #114296 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 16:05 UTC
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Bump.

Still looking for someone.
Re: Character Modeller Needed [message #114625 is a reply to message #114624 ] Mon, 27 April 2015 16:17 UTC
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Hi Haley, I sent a private message.;)
 Topic: interview for senior protect
interview for senior protect [message #114626] Mon, 27 April 2015 16:28 UTC
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1. How long have you been employed as a 3D designer / modeler?
2. What was your major in college?
3. What kind of salary could I expect starting my career as a 3D designer?
4. What is the work environment like where you work?
5. What kind of things should I be good at before I start college for 3D modeling?

take your time and get back to me when you can please

[Updated on: Mon, 27 April 2015 16:48 UTC]

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