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Forum: 3D Printing
 Topic: Greasy Residue on Frosted Parts
Re: Greasy Residue on Frosted Parts [message #120415 is a reply to message #120412 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 00:10 UTC
avatar falcone  is currently offline falcone
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The dish washing soap did the trick. Thank you.
Forum: 3D Design
 Topic: How do you create mathematical models?
Re: How do you create mathematical models? [message #120416 is a reply to message #120408 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 00:20 UTC
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@ Unkerjay I've attached a large pic to show how I did it in Blender.
I had to redo the object since your OBJ file was rotating funny.

I guess trying to replicate the shapes that were done with topmod in 3dsmax or blender it's a way to gain knowledge plus we have to bring the coolness of topmod in programs that are still being developed, topmod has been dead for a while.
Anyway too much rambling :-).

[Updated on: Sun, 02 August 2015 00:21 UTC]


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Forum: 3D modelers for hire
 Topic: Servicios 3d, Ingeniería - ESPAÑOL
Re: Servicios 3d, Ingeniería - ESPAÑOL [message #120420 is a reply to message #119958 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 04:09 UTC
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 Topic: Services 3d Modeling, Engineering - ENGLISH
Re: Services 3d Modeling, 3d Rendering and 3d Animation from Venezuela Good Prices [message #120421 is a reply to message #119941 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 04:15 UTC
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Forum: General Discussion
 Topic: Show me your: Innovation prototypes!
Re: Show me your: Innovation prototypes! [message #120419 is a reply to message #120410 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 03:10 UTC
avatar MrNibbles  is currently offline MrNibbles
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mkroeker wrote on Sat, 01 August 2015 17:44

Ask the keeper of the kraken if the polishing/buffing hints still apply.


Release the Kraken!

It would be a lot easier to polish on a lathe but the support rods would need to be removed and then it would wobble. Perhaps a nominally straight cylinder section design is the ticket. Maybe the inside can't be polished as easily but the outside can. Maybe I'll go broke re-inventing the wheel!


*DOH update*

I checked the production history and I did have the part manufactured in both FD and transparent acrylic. I really must sort through my stuff and find it.

[Updated on: Sun, 02 August 2015 03:19 UTC]

 Topic: Choose your orientation
Re: Choose your orientation [message #120422 is a reply to message #120401 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 04:16 UTC
avatar RayP1949  is currently offline RayP1949
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Basic answer: YES WSF FUD FXD and Steel

I like many of the suggestions given in previous posts related to Opt In, Quality, responsibility, etc.

I might suggest that an option on the 3D Tools view that would show the likely support material of any chosen orientation would be of tremendous value.

I have a shop that sells model railway signals and as such they fall into the small x y and large z area .

I have had issues with breakages of ladders due to build box placement (bottom?) and possibly orientation (hoizontal?), this breakage could be due to the weight of material above the ladder.

Controllable vertical real world orientation for my signals would seem to be safer.

Ray P
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Forum: Porcelain
 Topic: Carnivorous coffee cup
Re: Carnivorous coffee cup [message #120414 is a reply to message #120388 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 00:03 UTC
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Really unique, reminds me of that ferril fluid stuff. Probably have name wrong but its something along those lines. Cool stuff and definitely wouldve been near impossible to create by hand sculpting.
Re: Carnivorous coffee cup [message #120417 is a reply to message #120388 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 00:47 UTC
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Looks great and a lot of fun! I really like the way that Oribe looks as well.


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Re: Carnivorous coffee cup [message #120418 is a reply to message #120388 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 03:04 UTC
avatar MrNibbles  is currently offline MrNibbles
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It looks like a lamprey mouth. I'm going to have nightmares.

http://www.wildlifeextra.com/images/lamprey.JPG
Re: Carnivorous coffee cup [message #120423 is a reply to message #120388 ] Sun, 02 August 2015 05:34 UTC
avatar DanielLiljar  is currently offline DanielLiljar
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I'm really happy with how the Oribe Gloss turned out! :D

I was thinking about Carnivorous plants when creating the design,
I might also have been "slightly" inspired by the "sarlacc" from the Star Wars movies.. ^^,

http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/swtor/images/8/8f/SS_20100401_Sarlacc01_800x450.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20100912095710

There was no room for Boba Fett though. XD


Would be really difficult to create without 3D printing ;)


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