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Forum: ShapeJS
 Topic: Announcing ShapeJS Cocreators!
Re: Announcing ShapeJS Cocreators! [message #103753 is a reply to message #98764 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 00:22 UTC
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I think the answer to the third question is that you can - you just need to do it via shapejs.shapeways.com instead. That may or may not be satisfactory to you, but my guess is that since this functionality exists it won't be a priority for the devs.

The others are good questions, or at least, some of which I was wondering too.

I now have three different designs from my cocreator through the checking stage and in production, so I have bitten the bullet and made it active on my shop. But I have set it to beta, at least until they arrive.
Have a look: Patterned Letter Steel Keychain

I'm pretty happy with it - but please do let me know if you find any issues.
Forum: 3D modeler needed
 Topic: Saxophone & Clarinet Mouthpieces
Re: Saxophone & Clarinet Mouthpieces [message #103759 is a reply to message #103743 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 04:08 UTC
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One thing to keep in mind.. none of the materials that Shapeways has to offer are food-safe.
In your case, no, you're not going to have food touching the parts, but since the items are designed to be constantly around the mouth, you need to consider the effect of bacteria infusing into the material. You may have to consider some post-processing to add some kind of hypoallergenic plating.

To see what I mean, check out this video of the White,Strong,Flexible material:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDoR1qylB0w&list=UUhlHz5 WxKTjAk2CFh7i0dwQ


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Re: Saxophone & Clarinet Mouthpieces [message #103763 is a reply to message #103759 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 04:33 UTC
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My favorite materials for musical instrument applications are bronze, brass, stainless steel, ebonite (hard rubber) & possibly a very dense hardwood such as high grade aged ebony.

I might consider a composite material of some sort. Non toxicity is crucial, so I would have to plate brass with nickel, silver, gold, or titanium, for example.
 Topic: Need someone to upgrade and fix some stl files to make suitable for printing
Re:upgrade and fix some stl files to make suitable for printing [message #103770 is a reply to message #103502 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 10:18 UTC
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Thank you for your response.
I am talking to someone now about the repairs, but will keep your details on record in case I have some more work.

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Forum: 3D Design
 Topic: Incorrect Original Bounds When Uploading To Shapeways
Re: Incorrect Original Bounds When Uploading To Shapeways [message #103756 is a reply to message #103713 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 01:39 UTC
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It's a very rewarding addiction :)


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 Topic: Printing to full color plastic / sandstone from sketchup.
Re: Printing to full color plastic / sandstone from sketchup. [message #103754 is a reply to message #103747 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 00:40 UTC
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Hmm. File looked good in view3dscene, though there was this(?) rectangle on the back of the model. Probably intersecting geometry, and shapeways site software deleted the wrong part in its attempt to fix the model.
Re: Printing to full color plastic / sandstone from sketchup. [message #103773 is a reply to message #103754 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 11:54 UTC
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Yes, I do think there are manifold issues with the model.

8owtie8rad, before exporting the model, make sure it is Solid and manifold, and that all the faces are facing the right direction. You can use the Solid Inspector plugin to make sure that it's solid, and turn off textures [View > Face Style > Monochrome] to be sure the faces are all correctly oriented. All the visible faces should be white - Right click > Reverse Faces if you see a blue-ish face pointing out.

If you still need help, you may upload or PM me the model and I'll take a look at it for you.


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Forum: 3D modelers for hire
 Topic: Affordable 3D models for 3D printing
Re: Affordable 3D models for 3D printing [message #103749 is a reply to message #103641 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 00:04 UTC
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Hello

Im requesting a qoute for two different both yhe same size and they are faces in which I've attached a picture.
both items I would like the size of a US NICKEL or slightly bigger...

 Topic: Looking for a designer for hire
Looking for a designer for hire [message #103752] Wed, 26 November 2014 00:11 UTC
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I have two different pieces same sizes which are faces have pictures of.
both items I would like the size of a US NICKEL or slightly bigger
CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Re: Designer for hire [message #103755 is a reply to message #103752 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 00:56 UTC
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 Topic: Help me with three miniature models of new security device
Help me with three miniature models of new security device [message #103764] Wed, 26 November 2014 05:12 UTC
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Hi,

I'm at a startup that is building a new type of security device and I'd like to get three miniature models of our technology ASAP. One is the size of a coaster and the other two are the size of Christmas ornaments.

Once I see the finished product I'm looking for larger volumes to send to our customers, so this is a trial run leading to more. I have 3D models I can share but for the time being have just shared the depictions of these objects.

Please reach out if you are interested and let me know if you have any questions!

Brendan

Re: Help me with three miniature models of new security device [message #103779 is a reply to message #103764 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 13:22 UTC
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 Topic: Friendly and Fast. See your dream idea rendered and realized in 3D form.
Re: Friendly and Fast. See your dream idea rendered and realized in 3D form. [message #103780 is a reply to message #75831 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 13:34 UTC
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Thanksgiving is around the corner. If you have that special design you would like printed for xmas, lets plan to get it made before the happiest of holidays!

Best,

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Forum: 3D Printing
 Topic: 'bead blasted' steel
Re: 'bead blasted' steel [message #103781 is a reply to message #103732 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 13:43 UTC
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I am familiar with exone. They have brochures on their materials: http://www.exone.com/en/resources/brochures

The 316/SS data sheet has pictures of raw, bead blasted and barrel finishes. From the pics, I can't distinguish much difference between raw and bead blasted.

I know that SW uses the 420/SS, but that datasheet doesn't have pictures of all the finishes.

Forum: Introductions
 Topic: Hello and Mabuhay from the Philippines!
Re: Hello and Mabuhay from the Philippines! [message #103761 is a reply to message #102626 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 04:18 UTC
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Welcome to shapeway. I'm new member too, hop that we can be friends. I love your idea and I wish you success in future time :)
 Topic: Hi everyone!)
Re: Hi everyone!) [message #103762 is a reply to message #99151 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 04:20 UTC
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Hi, it's so cool definitely. Could you share how long it took you to make this ?
 Topic: Hello from Panguver
Re: Hello from Panguver [message #103767 is a reply to message #103735 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 08:55 UTC
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Ok, it's good news about thickness visualizer.

But I cannot re-gen renders if orientation of model was changed. It says "nothing to render" and did not save new orientation of model. Deleting model and re-uploading can solve it but it is not good solution. The problem is in automatic start renders without any requests. Is it possible to start it by manual way (after editing model) or by "apply" button?

Also setup prices by csv is not useful for 1000+ models with 20+ materials/finishes, it's good for one model per day. I try this possibilities many times already. Can I read csv for selected models only, not for all?

Can I offer my designs in different scales? I am not see the scale tool in my shop. Most of my rings are designed for supporting scales from 16-18mm to 20 and above. Here https://www.etsy.com/listing/212113963/generative-x-like-rin g-fr071 I offer for sale one model (for one pattern) in different scales from 16 to 25 mm ring sizes. Can I do it on Shapeways?

Many thanks for your support.
Re: Hello from Panguver [message #103783 is a reply to message #103708 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 14:00 UTC
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On the edit details page, you can change the axis of your render, rotate it along that axis, then hit generate renders. Right now, you have to wait for the renders to generate before you can reorient your renders.
index.php?t=getfile&id=79136&private=0

You can open the csv in any spreadsheet program, and search for the products you want, or the materials your want. It's pretty easy to make mass edits if you know a little about the program. I did it, and I had forgotten everything I learned 10 years ago about Excel.

There are two ways to do different sized rings. One is to upload each size you want to offer. Two is to set up the item as a co-creator. Then the buyer can select the size, and you'll upload that file to complete the order.

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Re: Hello from Panguver [message #103784 is a reply to message #103783 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 14:22 UTC
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One additional thing about the CSV. You can remove any rows you wish, and the corresponding markups will not be affected.
You could even go so far as to only update just one model, or even just one material on one model.
You don't have to upload the entire file.. just whatever rows have changes you need to make.

Just don't add/delete any columns or change the column order.


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Re: Hello from Panguver [message #103792 is a reply to message #103784 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 17:03 UTC
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Thanks for advice, but I have experience in Excel during many years. Problem in SEARCH for several hundred of items in Excel list with several thousands of other items which no needed in corrections. I seeing in near future then I will have several thousands of items for sales on Amazon, ETSY and probably eBay. Now I am ready to upload on Shapeways more than thousand of my 1800+ items (in main store on sculpteo). HOW I WILL BECOME control all prices of it, make discounts, etc?

Shapeways is not useful for my huge collections, really. One of possible solutions may become the default settings on %% for each material/finishes in designers' account. When I will make any changes of it's default settings, Shapeways would be recompute all prices automatically. It would be great help for designers who has really many models in store.

Best regards.

PS. Today I created 45 models of new type rings - it is less than half of whole collection which I will done and will place tomorrow to my main store. In the day after tomorrow my collection there will become about 1900+ models.

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 Topic: Pig coin
Pig coin [message #103750] Wed, 26 November 2014 00:06 UTC
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This was a simple idea - a coin with 'proper' head and tail sides. What sort of animal has a recognisable head and tail? Obviously, a pig.
But the first design wasn't quite right on one side. I'd tried to round out the tail side, but it was too shallow to work well given the printing layer height. It was also too deeply set, and I didn't get the tail quite right. I had to do better.
So I redid it, and while I was at it ,made a larger, plastic version.
And last night they arrived. The tail works really well.

index.php?t=getfile&id=79051&private=0

Just by chance it was frosty this morning, which I thought would look photogenic. But first I had to get them back.

index.php?t=getfile&id=79061&private=0

index.php?t=getfile&id=79053&private=0

My favourite is definitely the metal one, but a co-worker was particularly taken with the pink one.

The end.
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 Topic: Kayaker
Kayaker [message #103782] Wed, 26 November 2014 13:48 UTC
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index.php?t=getfile&id=79135&private=0Hi Everyone,

I am happy to share this awesome water sports design I made for a recent client. Feel free to get in touch with your design idea!

 Topic: Heartbeat Ring
Re: Heartbeat Ring [message #103799 is a reply to message #103573 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 18:06 UTC
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Thank you Steven!


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 Topic: Gloud Gate File
Re: Gloud Gate File [message #103758 is a reply to message #103673 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 03:58 UTC
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Thanks U.B. good idea! Certainly worth a shot, I'll let you know if I hear back.

I was thinking about maxing out the bounding box size in sterling and hollowing it out with 1mm walls to keep the cm3's low. I would do it in a more affordable metal, but it looks like sterling is the only process that will give me that mirror polish silver finish that matches the sculpture.
 Topic: Material Recommendation automotive application
Re: Material Recommendation automotive application [message #103760 is a reply to message #103746 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 04:08 UTC
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I found the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDoR1qylB0w&list=UUhlHz5 WxKTjAk2CFh7i0dwQ


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 Topic: Standard responses to detailed questions
Re: Standard responses to detailed questions [message #103768 is a reply to message #103730 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 09:33 UTC
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I have no problem with Shapeways staff.
I fully understand every model is unique.
I fully understand that a decision to print is down to the technician involved.

What a way to operate though - upload again and hope it goes through!!!!!!
I hope to win the lottery every week so getting a printable model printed is now a lottery.

Yes I can re upload, cross my fingers and hope the customer comes back and re orders potentially to find it is rejected again. I take as much care as I can so my models do not get rejected.

In this case if the reply to the original question was looked at instead of sending out a standard generated response the customer could have got his model. From my experience when customers find that their purchase cannot be printed they think the whole process is flawed and tend to go away and not come back.

In this case a quick look at the other models I quoted would show the model is printable and then the customer could get his model.

A quick look at my shop and sales would say, this is not the first model this guy has uploaded, hold on maybe he is right and the model is printable due to the previous years experience he has built up.

Alexander
 Topic: Kinekt Design serves "cease and desist" letter on Shapeways
Re: Kinekt Design serves "cease and desist" letter on Shapeways [message #103771 is a reply to message #103566 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 10:18 UTC
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They just came out with their second product you mentioned a necklace Well yes, its a necklace, but it's in a hart shape. FAIL most people who bought that ring are guys. According to their news release the designers sister is basically the other partner in the company and wanted something for herself.
 Topic: boolean modifier in blender
Re: boolean modifier in blender [message #103751 is a reply to message #103688 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 00:08 UTC
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Or model the tiny things tiny in the visible part, and big in the part that overlaps. Make sure they have big plugs inside the big parts, so in reality the shells are not tiny anymore.
Re: boolean modifier in blender [message #103772 is a reply to message #103751 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 10:34 UTC
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It's not just Blender, most 3D programs Booleans are bad. They always seem to mess up the mesh. This has been a problem for over a decade. At leas as far as poly modeling goes. Nurbs and other type of modeling seem to do better.
Re: boolean modifier in blender [message #103774 is a reply to message #103626 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 12:31 UTC
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It looks to me like the issue with merging functions like in the example given is that they are creating T-junctions.
These have a vertex somewhere on the edge of a neigbouring face.

That can be treated in two different ways by software. Either the neigbouring face is using the node, in which case it isn't a triangle, or the face ignores the node (in which case it can still be a triangle).

The issue with both of these is down to rounding.
Any three points are co-planar, but four points may not be. Most arbitrarily angled planes won't put all four (or more) given points exactly in positions which can be represented with a fixed number of bits.
Similarly, if we have a point on a line - in-between the ends of two arbitrary points, it may not be representable exactly in a fixed number of bits.

It will be close - white van close - but still not good enough for all purposes.

So the upshot is that you get a thin slint opening up the skin of your model.

So either way, the only real solution is to force everything to triangles.
 Topic: Recent changes to USPS shipments to Canada suck
Re: Recent changes to USPS shipments to Canada suck [message #103776 is a reply to message #103633 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 12:39 UTC
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Not only that, but as I stated in another forum post, I have now recently twice been hit with Customs fees whereas in the past I have not. The days of UPS shipments are starting to haunt me again!


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 Topic: Final product is assembled from multiple parts... Question
Re: Final product is assembled from multiple parts... Question [message #103757 is a reply to message #103745 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 02:41 UTC
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That is what I was thinking.

Thanks


Yeh I do have a 4 digit /. ID.
Re: Final product is assembled from multiple parts... Question [message #103787 is a reply to message #103707 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 14:36 UTC
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If you're using multiple materials, you can create a link to add all items to the cart using labs.


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 Topic: Applying double sided tape to SLS nylon
Applying double sided tape to SLS nylon [message #103765] Wed, 26 November 2014 07:00 UTC
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I would like to build a radio tray for my RC helicopter for mounting electronics but the current SLS nylon parts I have made don't stick well when using 3M 4011 tape with the VHB adheasive to mount them. Anyone have any ideas or advice? The SLS nylon is plenty strong enough but I can't get anything to stick to it.
Re: Applying double sided tape to SLS nylon [message #103788 is a reply to message #103765 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 14:58 UTC
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Have you tried the product called Gorilla Glue? http://www.gorillaglue.com/


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 Topic: How does the CSV WIzard Stuff work?
How does the CSV WIzard Stuff work? [message #103785] Wed, 26 November 2014 14:32 UTC
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I need help concerning the pricing through the CSV wizard...
I have no idea why Shapeways tells me there's a problem with my file. I tried upload the csv as a xlsx file, nothing. As a csv file, nothing.
What exactly am i supposed to change in the csv? or do i have to import the csv data in a xlsx file? Is there even a tutorial to this?

Thanks for your help!
Re: How does the CSV WIzard Stuff work? [message #103789 is a reply to message #103785 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 15:07 UTC
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It really is this simple:
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Open the CSV in your favorite Spreadsheet program.
Make changes to only the last two columns: Total_Price or Material_For_Sale

Save the file back as a CSV. (NOT as an xlsx)
Upload the file to Shapeways.
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Note: don't save it as an XLS or XLSX, and then use "rename" to change the extension back to CSV.
Inside of Excel (or your favorite spreadsheet program), you must pick SAVE AS and select CSV format.

Now, you can get fancy with how you calculate the Total_Price, and a few other tricks, but it truly is as simple as the above.


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 Topic: iPhone 6 Case Contest Winner? Did Shapeways Forget?
Re: iPhone 6 Case Contest Winner? Did Shapeways Forget? [message #103769 is a reply to message #102908 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 10:15 UTC
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Still no winner? According to SW "We've printed all the finalist's iPhone cases and they are being sent to Ethan to judge in the real world.
Hang tight we should have a winner soon!" (Natalia)

That was posted 3 weeks ago. Must of got lost in the mail.
Re: iPhone 6 Case Contest Winner? Did Shapeways Forget? [message #103790 is a reply to message #102054 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 15:31 UTC
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Hey guys,

No we haven't forgotten! I'll let Savannah chip in here as she ran the contest!

Cheers
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Re: iPhone 6 Case Contest Winner? Did Shapeways Forget? [message #103793 is a reply to message #103790 ] Wed, 26 November 2014 17:08 UTC
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Hey Gang,

Talk about the perfect storm of rogue opposition to our contest - they have arrived (today) at my desk and will be heading to Ethan at Frog over the holiday. We waited until we had processed our repricing backlog to print them, and in the mean time, our judge became a new father! Very exciting for him, and I'm sure we can all be respectful of the contest taking a second longer to judge as he's out on paternity leave. He will however, still take a look, just hang tight.

I'll be posting a quick video update later today with a first look at the cases. Some of them didn't quite turn out as anticipated (the reason we prototype) and only the fully functioning cases will make their way to Ethan in California

Thank you all for your patience. Can't wait to show you the cases soon.

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