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Forum: Suggestions
 Topic: Suggestions for improving rejections...Project Caterpillar
Re: Suggestions for improving rejections...Project Caterpillar [message #94572 is a reply to message #94547 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 01:24 UTC
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natalia wrote on Tue, 22 July 2014 18:49

Hey guys,

Wanted to share another quick update:

Ever since we started offering Print It Anyway, you've been telling is its a great way for you to learn from your models - even the rejected ones. You've also been telling us you'd love to just print-it-anyway when you get a rejection on a normal order.

So today we're making it even easier for you to learn and experiment with rejected models. After a model becomes rejected, you will be able to purchase the rejected model through Print It Anyway via the "Upload & Buy" page. On that page, you will see a "Print It Anyway" button next to the rejected materials, allowing you to just PRINT IT ANYWAY!

YAY

Carry on giving us feedback, and we'll act on it :-)

Natalia


Will this re-insert the print it anyway part into the original order?
Forum: 3D Printing
 Topic: Make the model hollow to reduce price
Re: Make the model hollow to reduce price [message #94569 is a reply to message #94557 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 00:35 UTC
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It all depends on what software you are using. What software is it?
You could try Autodesk 3D utility http://bit.ly/1nkWfSa You will have to make a hole for the excess powder to escape.

As for your profile image.
Open the 'Settings' from the drop down menu on your image (top right)
This will change the headings to Email, Account, Profile, Favorites etc.
Pick Profile, hover over image, Edit
Pick this and open another file.


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Re: Make the model hollow to reduce price [message #94570 is a reply to message #94569 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 00:47 UTC
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Thank you for that link, I did not know about this tool.

My models are generated by 3D scanning, so I can use any software for postprocessing. Now I use Blender and do it myself, manually. So I just want to make this as automatic as possible. Fully automatic tool or web-service would be ideal.


Continuing profile picture offtopic - I know about edit button in settings. I tried to pick another file multiple times, but this did not change my picture. I just see progress bar for a couple of seconds and than it just stays the same - no effect whatsoever.
 Topic: Spots on Premium Silver, How come?
Re: Spots on Premium Silver, How come? [message #94582 is a reply to message #76794 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 03:42 UTC
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Hi, I've also received a pair of cufflinks made in raw bronze and with such an issue. See my post here https://www.shapeways.com/forum/index.php?t=msg&goto=941 07&&srch=bronze+stain#msg_94107

Is this an oxide of copper as well ? on top of the surface and can be polished off ?


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Re: Spots on Premium Silver, How come? [message #94586 is a reply to message #94582 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 06:30 UTC
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Like Numarul7 said in the other thread:
Quote:

Contact Shapeways support about it service@shapeways.com
Forum: 3D modelers for hire
 Topic: Boy, Do I Have A Project For You!
Boy, Do I Have A Project For You! [message #94577] Wed, 23 July 2014 03:05 UTC
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Hello,

I was wondering if I could possibly have a custom case molded for my Ipad mini. Recently, I purchased this device and wanted a custom mold made since a cannot find it anywhere on the internet through my extensive searching. I wanted to have a mold made in the shape and color printing to resemble the look of a Multi-Pass from the cult classic, The Fifth Element. With even having the yellow circular piece covering around the camera of the device. I've attached a picture to give an idea of what I'm wanting. I'd like a quote, if possible. The material, I would want it to be made from would be a 3D hard plastic, maybe, and durable enough to withstand being a case for an Ipad mini. I'm up for suggestions and ideas, if any.
Thank you so much and I hope to hear from some of you.

 Topic: I'm a 3D-modeling professional for hire
Re: I'm a 3D-modeling professional for hire [message #94579 is a reply to message #94216 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 03:13 UTC
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Hello,

I was wondering if I could possibly have a custom case molded for my Ipad mini. Recently, I purchased this device and wanted a custom mold made since a cannot find it anywhere on the internet through my extensive searching. I wanted to have a mold made in the shape and color printing to resemble the look of a Multi-Pass from the cult classic, The Fifth Element. With even having the yellow circular piece covering around the camera of the device. I've attached a picture to give an idea of what I'm wanting. I'd like a quote, if possible. The material, I would want it to be made from would be a 3D hard plastic, maybe, and durable enough to withstand being a case for an Ipad mini. I'm up for suggestions and ideas, if any.
Thank you so much and I hope to hear from some of you.

Re: I'm a 3D-modeling professional for hire [message #94584 is a reply to message #94579 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 03:59 UTC
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Hello,

Thanks for the inquiry! I would like to help you make this project come true. I will message you for some details.
 Topic: Cheap & Professional 3D modelling services
Re: Cheap & Professional 3D modelling services [message #94578 is a reply to message #67386 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 03:09 UTC
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Hello,

I was wondering if I could possibly have a custom case molded for my Ipad mini. Recently, I purchased this device and wanted a custom mold made since a cannot find it anywhere on the internet through my extensive searching. I wanted to have a mold made in the shape and color printing to resemble the look of a Multi-Pass from the cult classic, The Fifth Element. With even having the yellow circular piece covering around the camera of the device. I've attached a picture to give an idea of what I'm wanting. I'd like a quote, if possible. The material, I would want it to be made from would be a 3D hard plastic, maybe, and durable enough to withstand being a case for an Ipad mini. I'm up for suggestions and ideas, if any.
Thank you so much and I hope to hear from some of you.

Re: Cheap & Professional 3D modelling services [message #94588 is a reply to message #94578 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 07:34 UTC
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I have sent you a private message. Let's talk!

Mieszko Lacinski

[Updated on: Wed, 23 July 2014 07:35 UTC]

Forum: Feature this!
 Topic: These Rings Have Charm! ;D
These Rings Have Charm! ;D [message #94592] Wed, 23 July 2014 11:20 UTC
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I designed this ring based on one I'd had when I was very young. I inherited it from my mother and it was one of the first pieces of jewelry she was given after she immigrated to the United States from Cuba. Even though it stopped fitting pretty early on, I always kept it with me and wanted to find a way to keep wearing it.
Shapeways gave me an opportunity to design a new version of the ring that I can wear in pretty much any color I want! Being that the ring has interlocking pieces, it can't be printed in metal like the gold one I had as a child, but the plastic is lightweight and makes a nice accessory for pretty much any outfit!

Check out the ring here: http://shpws.me/vhvW

Also, I'm trying to come up with a new name for my shop, as I plan on adding some new products soon. Any suggestions are most welcome! <3 Thanks so much for reading!

Forum: Post Production Techniques
 Topic: Chrome Electroplating Shapeways Plastic?
Chrome Electroplating Shapeways Plastic? [message #94589] Wed, 23 July 2014 08:11 UTC
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Does anyone know if you can electroplate plastic prints from Shapeways at all? If so, which plastic materials can you electroplate?
Thanks so much!

Oscar
Re: Chrome Electroplating Shapeways Plastic? [message #94595 is a reply to message #94589 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 12:01 UTC
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See this and this thread - the material as such does not appear to be the problem, but achieving a sufficiently smooth surface might be, as the plating tends to make small pits more visible. Depending on your goals, metal effect paints could be an alternative.
Forum: It arrived!
 Topic: new models
Re: new models [message #94573 is a reply to message #94524 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 01:53 UTC
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thanks sloris im glad you like it
 Topic: Rose ring and earrings
Re: Rose ring and earrings [message #94602 is a reply to message #94483 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 13:11 UTC
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I used a piece of sandpaper to polish the models a bit, here is the result:
index.php?t=getfile&id=65890&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=65891&private=0
I'm not sure if it's visible on the pictures, but it does make a big difference.

Re: Rose ring and earrings [message #94604 is a reply to message #94602 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 13:19 UTC
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Makes the details a bit shinier , rather yellow dull.

Yes looks better.

The earring loop part it is 2 mm thick ? I think the earrings looks better attached from other side of them.


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Forum: Shapeways API
 Topic: automatic product upload - how to do photos
automatic product upload - how to do photos [message #94591] Wed, 23 July 2014 08:28 UTC
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hi shapeways,

we have an increasing collection of customizable products on suuz[dot]com.

is it possible to automatically upload the entire products as sellable models on shapeways?

i see it's possible to use your api to upload a model and mark it as 'for sale',

but;
- how do i upload photo's to the model?
- how do i mark it as a 'personalizable' product?

is it possible to add these functionalities to the development queue? or am i missing smth?

thx!

Elco



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Re: automatic product upload - how to do photos [message #94608 is a reply to message #94591 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 14:09 UTC
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Yes, it is possible to upload individual models to Shapeways thru their API. If you then use POST /models/{modelId}/photos/v1 you can also upload photos.
I do not think that you can turn a model into a Co-Creator however. You would have to either do that step manually, or you would have to do the customization on your website before it is uploaded to Shapeways.


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Re: automatic product upload - how to do photos [message #94611 is a reply to message #94608 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 14:35 UTC
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Hi Tony,

Thanks a ton! i was just looking at the wrong function clearly ;)

I see now; the co-creator functionality is setup manually now with some of our products.

i think we'll take the manual road... hope shapeways comes up with an automatic version of the co-creator items ;)
or we mention in every product text that they can send a personal message with the details.

kind regards,
Elco


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Forum: Official Announcements
 Topic: Update on Rejections: Now Offering PITA when you get a Permanent Rejection!
Re: Update on Rejections: Now Offering PITA when you get a Permanent Rejection! [message #94616 is a reply to message #94543 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 16:46 UTC
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This also means that existing models that have been rejected are now available for purchase through "Print-It-Anyway" (Previously you had to re-upload a model that was previously rejected. Not anymore :)


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Forum: Shapeways Shops
 Topic: New materials render - feedback
Re: New materials render - feedback [message #94575 is a reply to message #94176 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 01:57 UTC
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Things are finally working for me, I guess. However just adding the "multiple materials" label to my two existing uploaded photos is changing the order of the photos in the scroll band, leaving a new render between the two uploaded photos. That's going to be messy so I hope you're eventually adding something that automatically orders photos based on a pre-established standard material order or allows an override to set specific orders.

photo
https://images3.sw-cdn.net/model/picture/625x465_1130114_1099384_1406079824.jpg

red render
https://images3.sw-cdn.net/model/picture/625x465_1130114_3668800_1406079824.jpg

The render looks a lot better than the photo, or in other words I've got to up my game in the photo taking department.
 Topic: Image upload text fix
Re: Image upload text fix [message #94585 is a reply to message #94527 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 05:58 UTC
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I checked into the image displaying too large problem and it turned out to be an obscure Firefox setting. So that's OK at least.


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 Topic: Problem with Models Not Showing in Shop
Problem with Models Not Showing in Shop [message #94615] Wed, 23 July 2014 16:09 UTC
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Hi all,

I am having a problem with some of the models I just saved as "Display to Public" showing up in my shop. It has been about 30 min now (it usually never takes this long). I have had other problems with new uploads not showing up in my designs this morning also.

Is there something going on with the website?

Thanks,
Sedsti Skyfaller
 Topic: I can't add new photos to my products
Re: I can't add new photos to my products [message #94617 is a reply to message #94358 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 17:18 UTC
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Yes please - the same with me.
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Forum: Introductions
 Topic: Greetings from KevK
Re: Greetings from KevK [message #94624 is a reply to message #93838 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 19:57 UTC
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My models are ordered an soon I will have them.
I wonder if they are made successful. I hope so :)
When I have the pendants I can also take photos for putting on the website and hopefully I can sell a few of my pendants ... I'm curious :)

Greetings Kevin

[Updated on: Wed, 23 July 2014 19:59 UTC]


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Forum: Work in progress
 Topic: Bombus Pendant Collection: Strength
Re: Bombus Pendant Collection: Strength [message #94574 is a reply to message #94406 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 01:54 UTC
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WOW so cool! Can't wait to see how this turns out. Your entire Bee Set collection was amazing and it was fun watching each new model come it. Looking forward to doing the same with these models.


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Re: Bombus Pendant Collection: Strength [message #94581 is a reply to message #94574 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 03:32 UTC
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EricHo wrote on Wed, 23 July 2014 01:54

WOW so cool! Can't wait to see how this turns out. Your entire Bee Set collection was amazing and it was fun watching each new model come it. Looking forward to doing the same with these models.


Thank you Eric, it means a lot to me.
 Topic: Had the models made but the walls are too thin. Help!
Re: Had the models made but the walls are too thin. Help! [message #94609 is a reply to message #94540 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 14:23 UTC
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I'm guessing you mean the thickness is .5mm? Which model is it that you are talking about?


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 Topic: print one part in silver, another in gold. possible?
print one part in silver, another in gold. possible? [message #94587] Wed, 23 July 2014 07:31 UTC
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I have this model of a medallion

Can I get one part of it printed in gold, and the rest in silver?

This is for a gift.

[Updated on: Wed, 23 July 2014 17:49 UTC]

Re: print one part in silver, another in gold. possible? [message #94612 is a reply to message #94587 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 14:48 UTC
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Shapeways does not currently have the ability to mix materials.
You would need design it as two models that fit together, order each part as a separate piece and then have a jeweler solder them together for you.


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Re: print one part in silver, another in gold. possible? [message #94613 is a reply to message #94587 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 14:51 UTC
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Probably to be less expensive to have it printed in silver, and have a jeweler plate the part you want gold in gold.


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 Topic: help me make my gift printable
help me make my gift printable [message #94623] Wed, 23 July 2014 19:44 UTC
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I got this model I want to be printed in silver.
I dont want to sell this, its going to be a special gift for my close friend.
I've never used Shapeways before.

http://i.imgur.com/V3zuOY6.png

http://i.imgur.com/mDzOe1K.gif

http://i.imgur.com/hq3GK0P.png

I have few problems now. The volume seems very low and I get a warning that the walls are too thin even though I've made them 0.8 mm as suggested. Any ideas whats the problem?

Help me by telling me how to change the model to make it printable in silver.
Thanks!

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Re: help me make my gift printable [message #94625 is a reply to message #94623 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 20:09 UTC
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Hi.

PM sent

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Forum: 3D modeler needed
 Topic: Boy, Do I Have A Project For You!
Boy, Do I Have A Project For You! [message #94576] Wed, 23 July 2014 02:58 UTC
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Hello,

I was wondering if I could possibly have a custom case molded for my Ipad mini. Recently, I purchased this device and wanted a custom mold made since a cannot find it anywhere on the internet through my extensive searching. I wanted to have a mold made in the shape and color printing to resemble the look of a Multi-Pass from the cult classic, The Fifth Element. With even having the yellow circular piece covering around the camera of the device. I've attached a picture to give an idea of what I'm wanting. I'd like a quote, if possible. The material, I would want it to be made from would be a 3D hard plastic, maybe, and durable enough to withstand being a case for an Ipad mini. I'm up for suggestions and ideas, if any.
Thank you so much and I hope to hear from some of you.

 Topic: I need a 3D file (STP or IGS) of a plastic army action figure
I need a 3D file (STP or IGS) of a plastic army action figure [message #94571] Wed, 23 July 2014 01:13 UTC
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Hello

I need a 3D file (STP or IGS) of a plastic army action figure. I am an ARMY veteran and have great idea but I am not sure how to implement it.

I was told this is the first thing I would need

Please let me know if you can do this and what the costs associated with it are.
Re: I need a 3D file (STP or IGS) of a plastic army action figure [message #94580 is a reply to message #94571 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 03:21 UTC
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hi,
i'm a 3d modeler for over 15 years and have done T O N S of modeling .
i've also done numerous jobs for shapeways members .
i can convert model to stp or igs.

you may view my works at my website :

http://www.its-ming.com/servicegallery.html
http://www.its-ming.com/2000/html2000/portfolio2005/main.htm l

if interested, please email me at :
ming@its-ming.com
so that we can discuss the job further

thanks
ming
 Topic: Boy, Do I Have A Project For Your!!
Boy, Do I Have A Project For Your!! [message #94583] Wed, 23 July 2014 03:57 UTC
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Hello,

I was wondering if I could possibly have a custom case molded for my Ipad mini. Recently, I purchased this device and wanted a custom mold made since a cannot find it anywhere on the internet through my extensive searching. I wanted to have a mold made in the shape and color printing to resemble the look of a Multi-Pass from the cult classic, The Fifth Element. With even having the yellow circular piece covering around the camera of the device. I've attached a picture to give an idea of what I'm wanting. I'd like a quote, if possible. The material, I would want it to be made from would be a 3D hard plastic, maybe, and durable enough to withstand being a case for an Ipad mini. I'm up for suggestions and ideas, if any.
Thank you so much and I hope to hear from some of you.

Re: Boy, Do I Have A Project For Your!! [message #94603 is a reply to message #94583 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 13:15 UTC
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Yep you came to the right place! There are lots of people here who can model that up for you. They mainly watch a certain part of the forum though, which is here. A moderator may move your post there so they will see it, or you could repost your request there. Some of them read this forum too, so maybe someone will reply. If they do, you'll get an email forwarded though Shapeways to your email address that you used when you signed up to Shapeways.

Since people making requests like this are usually new to Shapeways respondents will also sometimes post in your thread too telling you that they've sent a personal message. :)

If you don't find anyone on Shapeways, let me know because there are other places to find 3D modelers.






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Re: Boy, Do I Have A Project For Your!! [message #94610 is a reply to message #94603 ] Wed, 23 July 2014 14:27 UTC
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After 1 Aug. I can make a try to make the model after the photo and measure in mm.


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 Topic: Rotary xmas ornament
Rotary xmas ornament [message #94627] Wed, 23 July 2014 20:51 UTC
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We are a Rotary club in Seattle hoping to create a xmas tree ornament to raise funds for clean water filter for kids in Ethiopia. Is this something you could design for us?

Below are two links to two different images:

http://dev.boostmktg.com/xmas/wp-content/themes/themeforest_ bigfeature-wordpress-theme_51702/bigfeature/images/banner.jp g
http://lindeburg.com/store/media/poliopin2.jpg

I want the one logo/image (basic rotary logo--not all the xmas themed stuff) with a thickness that you recommend. And I want the other shape as well (the globe with the drops) set perpendicularly to the first shape so that the pieces as a whole form a sphere. I'm not sure how to attach the two shapes. I will need an eye on the top side to attach a filament.

No electrification is required.

Please help us. We would be very grateful and easy to work with.

Gene
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