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 Topic: 한게임머니구매 ㅇ1ㅇ아파트 9561동 8253호
한게임머니구매 ㅇ1ㅇ아파트 9561동 8253호 [message #144676] Tue, 03 May 2016 08:56 UTC
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 Topic: Live 3D Printing Q&A - 4/12/15 (5:30pm EST)
Live 3D Printing Q&A - 4/12/15 (5:30pm EST) [message #142009] Mon, 11 April 2016 20:53 UTC
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Join our Webinar tomorrow for a Live Q&A featuring our very own Mangai Prabakar, a mechanical design engineer and only 1 of 1792 Certified SolidWork experts in the world. She has formerly worked as a mechanical design engineer with 3D printing manufacturer MakerBot and also the FIU Discovery Lab — where she led the development of the TeleBot which was featured on the Discovery Channel as well over 300 media outlets.https://nvite.com/Hardware/bfae

 Topic: Endurance is happy to announce that we open source for SelfieBot.
Endurance is happy to announce that we open source for SelfieBot. [message #139912] Fri, 25 March 2016 18:35 UTC
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Endurance is happy to announce that we open source for SelfieBot. Ready to share: design, firmware and software for all non profit organizations including schools and universities.
We are excited to share our knowledge, experience, key competences with students, hobbyists, professors and teachers letting them use our solution as a part of a project.
Our vision on slides: http://www.slideshare.net/GeorgeFomitchev/selfiebot-for-educ ational-purposes

We are planning to launch updated web page where we will upload all data sheets, software sources, video guidances, pictures, etc in April 2016.

Looking for feedbacks and comments.
We are looking for evangelists who will help schools, universities, students learn more about this opportunity to get DIY SelfieBot absolutely for free!
Looking for reviewers and tech writers who would like to highlight this topic.

George I Fomitchev
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 Topic: For more help about 3D printing and 3D printers
For more help about 3D printing and 3D printers [message #139325] Wed, 16 March 2016 03:24 UTC
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Hi,

My name is Daniel Faegnell and I'm the head writer of https://3dprinterchat.com

3Dprinterchat.com offers a great site for those that want to learn more about 3D printing. Here you will find the latest news and reviews from the rapidly growing 3D print industry, plus answers to all the big questions like 'What is 3D printing?', 'How the hell does it work?' and 'Will it stop shaking?'

If you have any questions I'm here to help you.

Thanks
 Topic: [Academic Survey] Understanding DIY Projects, Online Communities, and Cultures (DIYers, 18+)
[Academic Survey] Understanding DIY Projects, Online Communities, and Cultures (DIYers, 18+) [message #138736] Wed, 09 March 2016 11:35 UTC
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Dear Shapeways Community,

I am a graduate student researching the motivations, influences, and deterrents of DIY community participation. Shapeways, being an emerging and quickly expanding DIY community, is one of the few studied. Results from this survey would bring an up-to-date case study to a broad body of academic work already published on the subject.

Please take the time to represent the community. This survey includes 6 questions with 35 answer fields (i.e. mostly Agree/Disagree questions) and should take around 5-8 minutes to complete. Any contribution will be a highly valuable asset for the study. You can find the link to the survey (hosted by KwikSurveys) here:

http://kwiksurveys.com/s/riJoJz1d

Thank you for your participation!

[Updated on: Wed, 09 March 2016 11:36 UTC]

 Topic: 3D printer for sale: SLA 110 micron
3D printer for sale: SLA 110 micron [message #129827] Thu, 17 December 2015 00:41 UTC
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Anyone want to buy my 3D printer? I want to upgrade to a different printer, but in order to do that I need to raise the funds and thus sell my old one first. It is Like new condition (or not much worse off then as it originally came to me, mostly cosmetic)

It is the M-one from make X ( http://makex.com/) It has the 110/140 Microns projector, plus all the accessories, including the proper power cord for USA plugs. (they sent me a European plug....) I also have a vga to hdmi cord if needed upon request.
Comes with two old vats (Both needs a new silicone layer for and is easy to do) and two of the newer vats (film on one is a little scratched so needs a new film,) plus an extra platform, as well as a bunch of resin, and other goodies. Uses makerJuice and other cheap third party resins.

Retail value is OVER 3,000$ ( 3,400?), I am asking for 2,500$ Due to vat conditions and it being gently used.

That doesn't include shipping, I need to figure it out, but will get the cheapest and safest, with tracking and insurance.
Please send me an email if interested, or ask questions here!

<a href="mailto:silverbeamsdolls@gmail.com" target="_blank"></a>

Prints I have done: done hte lowest resolution, so you can get thinner layers then that,
https://scontent-atl3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/t31.0-8/1782389_501651566679686_8179848491867945986_o.jpg

https://scontent-atl3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xtp1/t31.0-8/10582997_451543258357184_4403830402536416007_o.jpg

[Updated on: Thu, 17 December 2015 00:48 UTC]


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 Topic: The Finial Project
The Finial Project [message #129456] Fri, 11 December 2015 00:02 UTC
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index.php?t=getfile&id=127934&private=0http://www.jcracknell.com/

Hi there,
I thought that I'd invite you all to my new website. I am a modeler and sculptor with a background in commercial digital arts. I've always felt really tied to the computer until shapeways came along!
My site will tell you about where 3D printing stepped up in my process.
I've gone from a form in my mind to creating a bronze edition, to be part of a series of work.

 Topic: #3DPrintDay
#3DPrintDay [message #128837] Thu, 03 December 2015 15:38 UTC
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So I understand that today is #3DPrintDay on Twitter. How are people here celebrating?

I posted my first design for sale today. It looks like this:

https://images3.sw-cdn.net/model/picture/625x465_4110302_13243546_1449152760.jpg

How about following me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ErgoAlgorithmic ? :-)


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 Topic: Work on exhibition in Lyon
Work on exhibition in Lyon [message #126142] Sun, 15 November 2015 23:32 UTC
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Hi,

@aimeemoyer, @chstephe

I was really excited to participate with my designs (Clip on vase, Lenti Lamp, Bomba, Flores de pin) produced by @shapeways on the "Les victoires de linnovation" design event in Lyon, France.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CTfCGsJWsAASxJQ.jpg:large


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 Topic: Solidworks Software
Solidworks Software [message #125785] Fri, 13 November 2015 12:07 UTC
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Hi,

Does anyone use Solidworks software for any of their creations on shapeways? I'm interested in the kind of product you create using this software for my own research as I currently use this software.

Thanks
 Topic: Care to Help Me w/ Some Research?
Care to Help Me w/ Some Research? [message #125363] Thu, 12 November 2015 15:23 UTC
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Hello!
My name is Charles and I have to do some light research for this degree program I am trying to wrap up in Ed. Leadership. I am wondering if anyone here wants to help me out by filling out a survey – might take ten minutes or so - regarding 3D printing and the role it could play in education. I am also posting this in the forum for 3D printing in Education - maybe some teachers in there will see it :D

Some background on me - I have been 3D printing for the last half of the year (yeah, I am a little late to the party and would have been there sooner if Encashment would have approved my request for a 3D printer lol). During that time I have been doing more and more with 3D printing for educational purposes and have enjoyed every minute of it. Along the way I got to thinking about how many other K-12 educators are using 3D printing in their instructional practices or at least desire to do so and how 3D printing communities can guide and influence the decisions educators make regarding the acquisition of 3D printers. My ultimate goal with this research is to gain insight on what teachers are doing with 3D printing , would like to do with 3D printing in their content area, and I also am curious about the variables that are considered when someone purchases or wants to purchase a 3D printer. Some of the questions I am looking to answer through this research are:

1.The variables that are considered when purchasing a 3D printer (by educators, hobbyists, and the general consumer of technology)
2. How educators are using 3D printers in their learning environment or would intend on using the printer in their learning environment.
3. Teacher perception on effectiveness of 3D printer use in their learning environment (those that are currently using one to promote learning).
4. Frequency of usage of 3D printers for instruction
... and several other smaller bits of information regarding 3D printing in education (I kept this mostly related to FFF printers as they are the most affordable and practical for educators to consider owning/using/incorporating into instructional practices).

Today I am asking you to help me out with my research. Your help in contributing to this research would be greatly appreciated. I put together a survey here for data collection purposes: <a href=" https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1aKa95jJq-gXBZl9g7CVt4YJ0hB6 q0TPlvljzeXtkBps/viewform?usp=send_form" target="_blank">Survey to Research</a>

I would greatly appreciate if you could help me out with this. Feel free to pass it along to anyone you know who does 3D printing in a learning environment or as a hobbyist, or any teachers you may know who would be willing to help out.
Thank you for the help.
Charlie

[Updated on: Thu, 12 November 2015 15:24 UTC]

 Topic: Show off your best product pics!
Show off your best product pics! [message #125268] Tue, 10 November 2015 21:25 UTC
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Hey everyone!

As the holidays are approaching, I was thinking we could start a thread where people post their holiday pics. We can give each other feedback -- if its a wonderful pic, hurray! If it could use some work, this is the place for constructive advice.

I'll be picking one product pic per day to feature on our Instagram -- so please, share what you have!

[Updated on: Tue, 10 November 2015 21:43 UTC]


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 Topic: Old Street 3D Printing Show
Old Street 3D Printing Show [message #125031] Fri, 06 November 2015 12:40 UTC
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We are hosting a free design show in Old Street on the 19th of November.
The show will start at 12:00 and finish at around 20:00 with the opportunity to come and go as you please throughout the day.
There will be various talks by leading design professionals from architecture to product design and lighting as well as workshops and demo's suited for students and professionals who are curious about 3D printing and how it's being utilised within the design process.

Brands such as Wacom, 3D Systems, Ultimaker and Makerbot will also be exhibiting there if you are looking to gain insight into their technologies.

If you wish to come along or to find out more information please follow this link where you can register for the show.
Have a good day!

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 Topic: A month till Black Friday and Cyber Monday!
A month till Black Friday and Cyber Monday! [message #124700] Thu, 29 October 2015 13:13 UTC
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Less than a month till Black Friday and Cyber Monday! If you want to have you products available for then (with pictures of printed samples), you'll have to order ASAP! What are you shop owners planning on offering for the holidays?


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 Topic: Horse portrait ready for sale
Horse portrait ready for sale [message #124538] Sat, 24 October 2015 20:39 UTC
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Hi all,
I have been working on a horse portrait model in Autodesk Maya 2016 for two weeks and finally finished it, I made two versions of it, so it can satisfy people with different tastes. =)

https://www.shapeways.com/product/NFBTQV6E9/horse-portrait-3 d-wall-decoration?li=shop-inventory&optionId=58142592

https://www.shapeways.com/product/C4ENLAG2N/horse-portrait-c olor-support?li=shop-inventory&optionId=58134952

http://store.picbg.net/pubpic/01/A2/bf1f9adac92601a2.jpg

http://store.picbg.net/pubpic/48/AA/8de4d46b028848aa.jpg
 Topic: Exclusive offer by 3d Vision shop
Exclusive offer by 3d Vision shop [message #124238] Sun, 18 October 2015 18:03 UTC
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Hi,

I would like to announce an offer I've made in my shop at Shapeways (though I'm not sure if this thread is the correct one! :-))

So just to keep the prices down at bying things from Shapeways, so to increase my sells, I kept my "markup" down to a fixed value of $1 only.

Thus, anything you buy from my shop https://www.shapeways.com/shops/dreamof3d?sort=newest

you will buy it to the price defined by Shapeways added with a standard "profit" for me only of $1.

Thank you all

 Topic: Shapeways print giveaway
Shapeways print giveaway [message #124083] Wed, 14 October 2015 19:17 UTC
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Thought I'd share, My YouTube channel has recently passed 1000 subscribers (and then 1200!) and to celebrate I'm giving away one of my prints (stainless steel material). My channel is about 3D and my interests in Japan so I think the giveaway fits that nicely. If anyone is interested you just have to subscribe and leave a comment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxFT1fDQQok

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 Topic: Designer democratic in the 3D community - Opinions
Designer democratic in the 3D community - Opinions [message #123849] Fri, 09 October 2015 15:47 UTC
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Hi everyone,

I'm conducting a research that aims at studying the impact of internet and technology on the design demographics and how internet communities maker culture involved with technology and DIY enthusiasts to come together and share knowledge (especially in 3D printing).
I have a few questions that I'm looking for anyone's opinion on, also if you have anything you want to add to the discussion go ahead it's much appreciated :)

1) What does the online community mean to you as a designer? Is it a knowledge base and/or a place for sharing ideas and opinions?
2) What is the reason you design 3D products? Do you wish to customize, remix and design for yourself or are you driven by your profession or profit?
3) If you're a hobbyist and have learned to use a software and fabrication platforms on your own (using forums and tutorials on internet like me) which is extremely time consuming what do you think is the trade-off like between time and value created and why?

Thanks for everyone who took time to reply :)

[Updated on: Fri, 09 October 2015 16:03 UTC]

 Topic: Wanna know what is the best 3D scanner?
Wanna know what is the best 3D scanner? [message #123561] Thu, 01 October 2015 10:55 UTC
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Hi guys,

As part of a study trying to define what could the best scanner, I would appreciate it if some of you could spend a couple of minutes to share your experience and expectations about 3D scanning by completing a very short survey (12 easy questions only, less than 2 minutes).
Those who are interested in the result of this survey can leave their email address at the end of the questionnaire if they want. No spam.

Thanks a lot for your time,
Steve

Here is the survey

[Updated on: Thu, 01 October 2015 10:56 UTC]

 Topic: Frosted Detail Plastic Material as a light difuser
Frosted Detail Plastic Material as a light difuser [message #123485] Tue, 29 September 2015 20:01 UTC
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Hi all!

Trying to make a custom diffuser here, adding a render of the basic design. Will hold a LED strip I can tease. Would people say frosted plastic is close to perfect for the occasion? Or got any other, better material tips? Would be awesome if someone have any design advices when it comes to a diffuser as well!

Red represents said diffuser, black is normal black plastic!

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 Topic: I think my print influenced product design
I think my print influenced product design [message #123218] Wed, 23 September 2015 11:50 UTC
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Here is my design from a year ago:
https://www.shapeways.com/product/6YUNG27WE/iphone-6-handleb ar-mount-for-quad-lock-case
With GoPro adapter:
https://www.shapeways.com/product/X7CJTNNBB/gopro-camera-mou nt-for-quad-lock-handlebar-mount?key=6f69d8fd33b7875dda5663e 3fd724e25

And here is the influenced design from Annex?
http://www.quadlockcase.com/products/out-front-mount

Even available with GoPro adapter.

Looking forward to getting one for my bike.


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 Topic: White Acrylic versus FUD material, re: durability
White Acrylic versus FUD material, re: durability [message #122649] Fri, 11 September 2015 12:20 UTC
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Hi. I have in the past ordered some starship models in FUD material. The material seems to be rather fragile, with a couple broken miniatures from merely falling off my game table onto carpet. Admittedly the areas where they broke are rather thin.

I am considering some new miniatures, and I see that they are offered in White Acrylic, which is significantly cheaper. I hate the graininess of WSF material, and thought that White Acrylic might be a reasonable compromise. However, someone mentioned to me that he thought that White Acrylic might be even more fragile than FUD. Which would probably not work out for me.

So, can anyone comment on the durability of White Acrylic?



 Topic: introducing SHAPEWAYS LIVE
introducing SHAPEWAYS LIVE [message #121384] Tue, 18 August 2015 20:59 UTC
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Hey All,

We're now hosting LIVE hangouts so we can talk a little more personally. Shapeways LIVE is every Tuesday at 5pm EST.

Check out the discussion here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAuQuoL-tRk

To join the discussion PM me or tweet questions at #SWLIVE to have them answered.


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 Topic: Case Studies: What are you most successful marketing stories for your products?
Case Studies: What are you most successful marketing stories for your products? [message #120361] Fri, 31 July 2015 16:39 UTC
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Hey Shapies!

We post a lot of info on our blog, tutorial pages, and skillshare with tips and tricks on how to promote, market and sell your products here on Shapeways.

I'd love to hear some of the stories directly from you guys about what has worked - or not worked! I think the more we can share our own experiences, the stronger we become in paving our way to success.

So here's some food for thought:

What have been your most successful stories when it comes to promoting your products?
Have you found any weird tricks to tapping into a niche market?
Have you ever posted something on a specific website (reddit, imgur, for example) and seen a sudden spike in sales?
Or, have you ever noticed a jump in orders and wonder "why are people paying attention?"

Really any story works here. Share away! :)



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 Topic: Avatar, photo sculpture
Avatar, photo sculpture [message #119962] Sat, 25 July 2015 08:43 UTC
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Hi, I'm new here.
I'm looking for a niche on the photo sculptures in 3d, avatar. but not how to get started.Programs need to pass a photo to upload to 3D shaperways for the manufacture and the same in 3d photo sculptures. scan a person to take a picture sculpture in 3d. and create a store in shapeways.
 Topic: lg g3 tray for vrone ?
lg g3 tray for vrone ? [message #119960] Sat, 25 July 2015 07:00 UTC
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hi
i want to order shapeways for 3d tray g3 for vrone but i have some doubts about if 3d tray doesnt fit to my phone and vrone?am i right to doubtfull ? or stl file given by official site is enough for acurrate 3d printing.and is this shapeways site give waranty for unaccurate 3d printing?

http://zeissvrone.tumblr.com/post/116542505887/3d-print-your -zeiss-vr-one-tray-for-samsung-galaxy

[Updated on: Sat, 25 July 2015 07:03 UTC]

 Topic: Next Step: Injection Molding
Next Step: Injection Molding [message #118821] Tue, 07 July 2015 21:37 UTC
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Hi everyone,

Shapeways has been a fantastic find for me! Great pricing, quick service, and quality 3d printed parts. I wish I had found them when I first started prototyping. Would have saved me a lot of money and time.

I am now ready to look into Injection Molding. Rather than sorting through a bunch of companies, I figured some of you may have suggestions. I don't want to make the same mistakes as before. Any great companies you have worked with in the past? Did they offer fair pricing? Where were they located? Was the final cost very close to their original quote? Were you happy with the quality, service and so forth?

I have talked to a couple companies like icomold and quickparts. I have a few friends who know of companies in China. Figured I would ask Shapeways customers while I am at it. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

Ben
 Topic: Please help us out with this 2-minute survey
Please help us out with this 2-minute survey [message #116435] Fri, 29 May 2015 22:40 UTC
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Hi everyone,
We're graduate students doing a research project about 3D printing. So we'd like to have at least 100 responses on these surveys for data analysis.

If you DON'T HAVE a 3D printer, click https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LYB69B6
If you HAVE a 3D printer, click https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LN3GZ8D

Please help us out by completing it and telling your family, friends, etc. too.
WE REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR INPUT !
Thank you.
 Topic: Inventory Problems
Inventory Problems [message #116120] Sun, 24 May 2015 17:39 UTC
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Hey guys, so for whatever reason I cannot view my inventory. I logged out my account and typed in my tags in the search engine as a guest and was able to find and view my items when when I'm logged in I cannot view them. Is anyone else experiencing simular issues?
 Topic: University of Cambridge 3D Printing Consumer Trends Survey
University of Cambridge 3D Printing Consumer Trends Survey [message #115546] Fri, 15 May 2015 08:46 UTC
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Hi,

My name is Tobias and I am working on a project on consumer trends in 3D printing as part of my studies at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School.

For this, I am interested in people who have engaged with 3D printing themselves and thought you might be interested in filling in our brief survey, which should take no more than 5 minutes of your time.

https://jbs.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_7U5He5I60I6OjE9

I really appreciate your time and your input would help me a lot to understand trends in and perceptions of 3D printing better.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please do not hesitate to ask.
Also, if you are interested in the outcomes of our research just indicate your interest and I will send you a copy of the report once it is finished. All personal information will be treated confidentially and deleted after the project is completed.

Thanks again for your help!

Best

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 Topic: interview for senior protect
interview for senior protect [message #115055] Mon, 04 May 2015 14:26 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?

please answer them though private message or you can replay with the answers and please answer them at your Earliest convince please and thank you very much
 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
Twitter: @i3dcreatives
EMail: john@i3dcreatives.com
 Topic: CEO of Robo3D Braydon Moreno interviewed on Lean Business Podcast
CEO of Robo3D Braydon Moreno interviewed on Lean Business Podcast [message #114586] Sun, 26 April 2015 23:18 UTC
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Lean Business is a podcast about 3D printing, specifically how to make money with 3D printing.

This episode is an interview with Braydon Moreno, the CEO of Robo3D.

http://www.i3dcreatives.com/e8-ideas-becoming-reality-w-bray don-moreno-ceo-of-robo-3d-printers/

You can also enter for your chance to win a free 3D printer at www.i3dcreatives.ca

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 Topic: Shapeways tabletop miniatures - Facebook group
Shapeways tabletop miniatures - Facebook group [message #114162] Mon, 20 April 2015 04:09 UTC
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I created group "Shapeways tabletop miniatures" in Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1435764866720065/
Let's collect all 3d printable miniatures and bits from Shapways!

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 Topic: 3D Printing with CLIP
3D Printing with CLIP [message #113196] Wed, 01 April 2015 13:26 UTC
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The latest thing developed by Carbon 3D is in a way opposite to the traditional layering process and resembles a lot the SLA printing and the similarity is that the printed object grows from a pool of liquid resin.
But how does it happen and what are the advantages of this method called CLIP (Continuous Liquid Interface Production)? The central part is played by the photosensitive resin. It reacts to ultraviolet light (UV) and oxygen. The result is amazing and so is the process itself as the print emerges from the pool of liquid like in a sci-fi movie.

One of the persons responsible for the new technique is Professor Joseph De Simone who is also Carbon 3D's Chief Executive Officer. The method the company has developed has made 3D printing much faster - a plastic ball from a video they have launched is ready in just ten minutes instead of ten hours with the traditional 3D printing technologies. And the professor is right that there are actually mushrooms that grow faster than a print becomes complete by the conventional 3D printing - in his words - "2D printing over and over again".

Besides the speed which is enough advantage alone, the new method results in much stronger prints due to the lack of weak areas resulting from layering.

3D printing has brought many improvements to industries and has found countless applications even in its traditional slow and not that high-quality ways. But imagine how far this technology can go with the method developed by Carbon 3D. Custom made parts for cars and machines as well as orthodontic stents can be ordered and delivered as fast as buying conventional ones directly from your local store.

Add to this new method the innovative materials developed by the company that will break the limitations of polymer based materials used in traditional 3D printing and you will get the perfect universal machine that can print anything. And the possibilities for its application are endless.

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/eT6sFfsAV1_Y76SRoa9tuUtYz0ulXUmu13H1_ONMUY2GrkEOCwW4bF7EV3_IaHtqszuOlGr6usd7TFp9rVFUDzRmPI0Nu6Sa8WU5pYEYYrv60n_Uf2kHEsyChcOXsv-IQloVmYQ
 Topic: Arranging Profile
Arranging Profile [message #113149] Wed, 01 April 2015 07:43 UTC
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Hello; I know on shapeways there is away to arrange items in your shop but is there away to arrange items on your profile?


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 Topic: Thank you designers who been helping me on my project for 2015 Christmas live train show.
Thank you designers who been helping me on my project for 2015 Christmas live train show. [message #112901] Fri, 27 March 2015 01:13 UTC
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As you know many designers have been helping me on a project in N-scale or 1:160 scale.
Building a 100 flatcar Military train Since January when I got handed this project for this up coming Christmas Live Show in 2015. So give me a year to put this massive train in N-scale together.
We using this website which has the best list for Modern U.S. Military Vehicles and support equipment. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_currently_active_United _States_military_land_vehicles
Also youtube looking at different videos of military flat car loads.
So like to give s big thank you to following designers so far. Plus feel free to buy some there designs for yourself. Awesome work All.
Designer shapeway store front Notes
Gvrocksnow Jeevi
KYMatti Matti's mini Many are 1/144 scale love to see reduce down to N-scale. His Hemtt's are smaller then mine kitbash.
Eagle Positive Climb
PTLmyoung Chuck Place
Evolde Evolution Designees
3d Modellbaueu 3d Modellbaueu Germany A new comer to this project who has posted new modern military design Humvees.
Steve3d Coolhand A good friend who does some sci-fi models I have gotten from him.

That it as far as ones that been posting on shapeways I like to say thank you for your support.
So never to late post something If your a designer who got a storefront on shapeway or new upcoming designer. let me know. I'll buy a few . Plus I believe others will too. People are all way looking for items in N-scale. Eaither for model railroading or 10mm war gaming.
If you like to learn more or follow the progress. Join over at facebook look for Meadowbrook church model Model railroaders group. https://www.facebook.com/groups/323013387854708/
Plus learn more items we are interested in. Also come April I will be doing a class about 3d printing and shapeways. Interested in attending contact us.
Learn how Shapways, 3d printing is shaping the new way for model railroaders.
Also there another military train in Ho scale being built to honor those from ww2
Have nice day and again Thank you designers for the support Hope to see new items soon. Still got long list to go. to reach 100 flatcars loads.
God Bless
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 Topic: Contribution to science and co-operation request
Contribution to science and co-operation request [message #112789] Wed, 25 March 2015 04:57 UTC
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Dear Ladies/Gentlemen

We are researchers of a University in Italy conducting a research on co-creation for 3D Printing industry. I would like to kindly ask you to fill out a questionnaire which only follows research and academic purposes. The final results of our research can be highly helpful for the Additive manufacturing industry. Hence, if you help us in filling and answering the questionnaire, you will be a great contributor to this field.

I would like to thank you in advance for the co-operation and I wish that the results help all of us to improve our usage experience for 3D Printing.

Here's the link to the questionnaire:
http://goo.gl/AEljD6

Best regards

Shahab Zare shahabeddin.zare@mail.polimi.it
Researcher at Politecnico di Milano, Department of Economics, Industrial and Management Engineering
 Topic: DiddleBugs are here!
DiddleBugs are here! [message #110882] Fri, 20 February 2015 18:43 UTC
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Hello everyone,

I wanted to share my new line of characters, the DiddleBugs! Currently sold exclusively on Shapeways, I wanted to receive the community's opinion and feedback before the Easter release. If you have and suggestions, see any issues, or just want to say hi, please feel free to comment. Thank you for your help, and look forward to your participation in the DiddleBugs launch!

shapeways.com/shops/cgmodeling - Shapeways Shop
DiddleBugs.com - Official Website


Big DiddleBugs Hug,
Mike

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 Topic: selecting sizes from drop down
selecting sizes from drop down [message #110816] Thu, 19 February 2015 21:20 UTC
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How do i make a size selection drop down for my ring, and do i need all the meshes of sizes in one file uploaded or separate files?


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