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 Topic: Metal Printing constraints question etc.
Metal Printing constraints question etc. [message #5904] Mon, 17 August 2009 15:27 UTC
avatar alienology  is currently offline alienology
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Hi,

Now that stainless steel / metal is available for all - can we discuss here some details and constraints about this new materials?

I did read FAQ and some older newsletter emails about this so I gathered some info there - but I wonder what happens if I send some of my models to print in metal and then it turns out it can't be done? Is process then aborted? Or... am I sent back whatever comes out?
Some of my models already done in WSF will probably not work in metal as they have really fine "threads" (about 1mm)... so I am wondering would shapeways create some simple template model with OK printable dimensions / shapes so we can learn from there... you know... like test object that can have OK side + maybe couple of examples you know will not work on a
"bad" side. Few photos with some comments of such object would be a great learning tool.

It may save everyone some time and frustration.

For example, that Klein Bottle by Batsheeba is OK example of what can work - but can anyone tell me how thick are these finest rods in the lattice? Looks to me like these are about 1.5mm or even thinner... bridging the gap of about 3mm at some points.

So... if I have 1.5 mm x 1.5mm thick rod in my design how long that piece can be before if should be supported by another one? 5mm? 10mm? With WSF one can go quite far with that - but I presume metal is all other story.

Any feedback welcome!

TNX,
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 Topic: What is 230?
What is 230? [message #5791] Tue, 11 August 2009 17:02 UTC
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For all that saw the ad and were wondering http://gm-volt.com/2009/08/08/what-is-230/


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 Topic: 300 million year old spider reconstructed in 3D
300 million year old spider reconstructed in 3D [message #5693] Wed, 05 August 2009 19:42 UTC
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Why someone would be compelled to do this is beyond me, but the process is fascinating.

http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcolleg e/newssummary/news_5-8-2009-9-49-44
 Topic: Custom Packaging
Custom Packaging [message #5349] Tue, 21 July 2009 21:03 UTC
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Does anyone know of a company that will create custom printed packaging?

I'm thinking once I get to where I'm putting together pieces for sale I would like to find a company that can print me out packaging in quantities of 1-100 rather than the industry norm of 1200 in a minimum order.

Does anyone know of any? Oh, and I live in the States, so an internet based company would be best.


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 Topic: New material email returned
New material email returned [message #5312] Mon, 20 July 2009 19:33 UTC
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I just tried submitting my new thermal engine to be made in stainless, but it was returned saying that the email was rejected by y'alls server.

Anyways here's the link http://www.shapeways.com/model/40562/thermal_engine.html


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: DIY Render farm
DIY Render farm [message #5284] Sat, 18 July 2009 01:11 UTC
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Found this really in depth article about creating your very own Render farm.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/render-farm-node,2340.ht ml

I have pondered this several times myself with Blender, but this really fleshes out the concept.

For those of you not familiar with the term "Render farm", it is using multiple computers to assist 3D and graphical programs in rendering images.
 Topic: Lines of Resolution for models?
Lines of Resolution for models? [message #5156] Tue, 07 July 2009 04:45 UTC
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I've taken quite an interest in Jewelery, and I've been checking around to see how to get the best prints. I've heard that Polyjet plastic/printers can be print 2000 lines per square inch. I'm wondering how detailed Shapeways can do?


 Topic: Submitting objects to be approved for steel
Submitting objects to be approved for steel [message #5054] Sat, 27 June 2009 21:44 UTC
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I was wondering if it would be possible to make some sort of form for submitting our objects that we'd like to see in stainless steel. I understand that you have to check them all manually so emailing them directly works easy enough, but a form similar to uploading a regular model could make it easier still.
I was also wondering about confirmation emails after we submit models to be checked. When we upload a normal model the email we receive both confirms that everything went through alright (or didn't in some cases) and is a way (for me at least) to keep track of what models have been uploaded and approved. Currently I am still wondering if Shapeways received my email about models to be available for stainless and an email response would be useful.
I know with all the recent updates and new materials the Shapeways staff is very busy, but I think these suggestions might streamline this process a bit.
 Topic: 3DPrints from second life sculpts
3DPrints from second life sculpts [message #4958] Wed, 17 June 2009 12:57 UTC
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http://taotakashi.wordpress.com/2006/09/01/another-3d-printi ng-service-about-to-open/

This would make it even more easy then the use of blender.

 Topic: 3D printing on a molecular scale!
3D printing on a molecular scale! [message #3707] Wed, 01 April 2009 20:00 UTC
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check out this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqyZ9bFl_qg&eurl=http%3A% 2F%2F3d%2Dprint%2Ein%2F2008%2F05%2Fnanofactory%2D3d%2Dprinti ng%2Drelated%2Dnano%2Dtechnologies%2Dare%2Dcoming%2Dforth%2E html&feature=player_embedded

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 Topic: Looking for Blender users for a BlenderNation.com post
Looking for Blender users for a BlenderNation.com post [message #3429] Thu, 19 March 2009 15:56 UTC
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Hi,

next to my work for Shapeways I'm also the editor in chief of the popular Blender newssite BlenderNation.com. For a new article I'd like to interview some Blender users who work with Shapeways - preferably shop owners. The article is scheduled for publication early next week. If you're interested in a BlenderNation appearance, please contact me on bart(at)blendernation(dot)com.

Thanks!

Bart


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 Topic: Need some feedback - journalist
Need some feedback - journalist [message #3081] Mon, 23 February 2009 16:38 UTC
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Hi everybody,
I currently make an article for a french magazine.
To complete it, I'm looking for someone who can give me some feedbacks on Shapeways.
I search a french artist, who sell some products via the website.
I just would like to make a quick interview with this person.
You can contact me at this adress :
emilien.ercolani@linformaticien.fr

Thanks,
 Topic: Shapeways advertised by Tom's Guide France
Shapeways advertised by Tom's Guide France [message #2271] Fri, 19 December 2008 12:23 UTC
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http://www.bestofmicro.com/actualite/26208-objet-3d-shapeway s.html

In french :
L’impression 3D est désormais une réalité que l’on peut toucher du doigt. Sous cette appellation se cache en fait la création d’objet ex nihilo, grâce à une machine qui « sculpte » entièrement un objet.

C’est cette technique la société Shapeways utilise pour fabriquer l’objet que l’on peut concevoir directement sur leur site. Une base d’objet est disponible et par le biais du «Shapeways Creator», libre à soi de moduler l’objet en 3D pour le rendre plus conforme à ses goûts. On pourra également importer directement ses fichiers depuis des logiciels de CAO (Maya, 3DS Max, etc.) pour « imprimer » ses propres objets.

Au final, le prix de la création d’un objet est compris entre 35 et 115 ¤ pour un cadeau bien plus original qu’un cendrier en rotin.

In english:
3D printing is now a reality one can touch with his finger. This designation hides in fact the creation of an object ex nihilo, thanks to a machine that "sculpt" an object entirely.

It's this technic that the society Shapeways uses to build object that you can design directly on their site. An object database is available and using the "Shapeways Creator" anyone is free to model an object in 3D to make it suit one's taste. One can also import directly its files from CAD softwares (Maya, 3DSMax etc) to "print" its own objects.

Finally the price of an object creation ranges from 35 to 115¤ for a gift more original than a rattan ashtray.

Laughing Nice but they might have advertised that for the holiday season for maximum impact.

Ah. Nuts.
 Topic: College for 3D artist
College for 3D artist [message #1676] Wed, 22 October 2008 13:20 UTC
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Hey everyone, just wanted to ask all of you out there that have college training backgrounds in the field of 3d modeling and design if you have an suggestions on where to go.
I plan on going to college for 3d modeling and i am currently looking at Full Sail in florida. Any ideas from those of you out there at where else i should look?
 Topic: Click video demos - kudos to daddymack!
Click video demos - kudos to daddymack! [message #1458] Mon, 29 September 2008 23:08 UTC
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Hi everyone,

I just wanted to post up some video demos showing 'Click' in action. These animations were expertly produced by daddymack of www.mack3d.com and show how cards are stored in and ejected from both the spring-loaded and manual-eject models.

http://www.mack3d.com/shapeways/ManualClickSide.mov
http://www.mack3d.com/shapeways/ManualClickFront.mov
http://www.mack3d.com/shapeways/SpringClickCutaway.mov

For those of you who haven't browsed through the DDW contest yet 'Click' is my submission: a super-compact redesign of the wallet concept that is front-pocket and formal-wear friendly. Please check it out, and if you like it vote for it! The contest ends soon and is running very close. If I were to win, the printing of my models would hugely further the development of 'Click' as far as physical testing, and my end goal is to make 'Click' available to the community here on Shapeways in some shape or form.

Thanks again to daddymack for his pro bono production of these excellent videos. You owe it to him to check them out, because they are gorgeous!

sincerely,
eMansipater
 Topic: How heavy/dense are the various materials
How heavy/dense are the various materials [message #711] Thu, 07 August 2008 22:31 UTC
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This is mearly a question of curiosity, I'm not sure it is a question that is very relevant but how much do the various materials weigh? I was wondering if the material would float in water, although In the video showing information about shapeways on blendernation in looked as though it sank :S

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 Topic: Welcome to our new & improved website!
Welcome to our new & improved website! [message #267] Thu, 19 June 2008 14:58 UTC
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As the topic says: welcome to our new & improved website! We've put a LOT of work into creating a more welcoming, fresh and inspiring environment and we hope you'll like it.

Besides the eyecandy, the biggest functional improvement is that we now support the STL file format for model uploads. That should make it quite a lot easier for everyone to get their models on the site.

You just might find the odd bug here or there. If you do, please leave a comment.

So, what do you think? Is is an improvement? Smile

Cheers,

Bart

[Updated on: Thu, 19 June 2008 15:08 UTC]


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Forum: 3D modelers for hire
 Topic: Freelance ZBrush Modeler/Sculptor
Freelance ZBrush Modeler/Sculptor [message #109328] Fri, 30 January 2015 20:14 UTC
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Hello.

My name is Patricio Ruales Lopez, I'm a Freelance 3D artist/modeller from Colombia South America.

I've been freelancing for a while, my software is ZBrush and I'm most skilled in organic modelling and things like that.
.
You can check my website and my Deviantart page, if you are interesting in some proyect just let me know.:

Regards,

Patricio Ruales Lopez (patokali)

patokali.com

patokali.deviantart.com


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Patricio Ruales López Freelance 2D/3D Modeler and Character Artist Illustrator. www.patokali.com
 Topic: Professional 3D Artist for Hire - Can work with any budget
Professional 3D Artist for Hire - Can work with any budget [message #108034] Fri, 16 January 2015 16:58 UTC
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emailingI am a professional 3D artist with a lof of experience creating 3D models for printing and VFX. I can create anything from prototypes to 3D portraits and everything in between. I have a lot of experience creating 3D replicas of movie props, space ships and other items. I can work with 3D scans to make them printable. I can also create create models based on photos. Do you want a miniature or a game piece modeled after you or someone you know, I can do that too.

I am willing and able to work within any budget. I guarantee all of my models will be 3D printable or I will fix them for free.

For the most up to date collection of my work, visit http://www.3DPrintsbyStacy.com/home.

Feel free to contact me directly by emailing sjenneman@gmail.com or filling out the custom 3D model request form on my website.

index.php?t=getfile&id=84939&private=0

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Stacy Jenneman ~ 3D Modeler & Texture Artist ~ stacyjenneman.com
 Topic: Cufflinks, Pendants, Buttons Design Make and Ship
Cufflinks, Pendants, Buttons Design Make and Ship [message #107488] Thu, 08 January 2015 07:59 UTC
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Hi All, My name is Ninghua, I'm fascinated in antique arts and trying the best to bring them back to modern life. I use solidworks to create 3D models for printing. Specialized in cufflinks, buttons, pendants etc. You may check out my website here http://www.plainorb.com/. Contact me at simplyhua@gmail.com. I'm available for product design and jewelry design. You can also find me in the Shapeways designer for hire list here http://www.shapeways.com/hire/designer

Happy Creating !


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 Topic: Jewelry Creation - From Concept to Completion - Wholesale Pricing - Engagement Rings and More
Jewelry Creation - From Concept to Completion - Wholesale Pricing - Engagement Rings and More [message #107403] Wed, 07 January 2015 04:02 UTC
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Hi all,

My name is Gavin - I work with a wholesale design firm called DesignMax. We've been helping design jewelry for other retailers for over 25 years, including Home Shopping Network and Disney.

Recently, I started working with private clients online exclusively, but we retain our dealer pricing, so our quotes are generally lower for that reason - including prices for diamonds and gemstones. It's my goal to take a dream ring, and make it easy/affordable.

Essentially, I can take any idea or image, and take the ring from CAD to finished with gemstones or diamonds (if it requires such) - -

Portfolio:

Rendered Designs


Finished Designs

I can also be reached at Gavin@DojoCompany.com.

Thanks!

[Updated on: Wed, 07 January 2015 04:04 UTC]

 Topic: Zbrush expert for Hire 9 years experience
Zbrush expert for Hire 9 years experience [message #106645] Fri, 02 January 2015 16:01 UTC
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Hi,
I am skilled 3d artist with over 9 years of experience. I am expert with maya and zbrush mostly into character modeling , texture painting and Digital sculpting .highly experience with :-

3d printing designs as stl, .ply format . 3d scan cleanup within 2 hours ready for 3d printing.


here's a direct link to my personal portfolio :-

http://aspan.weebly.com/
http://aspan13.blogspot.in/
http://drawcrowd.com/aspan13

I can deliver very quickly !! With few hours.
thanks and regards,

Contact :- aspan13@yahoo.co.in

Aspan
 Topic: Looking for modeler for waterproof box
Looking for modeler for waterproof box [message #106563] Thu, 01 January 2015 09:33 UTC
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Hi,

I'm currently working on a project that uses the mobius camera, and willing to have that camera work underwater. There is a case that is waterproof but for this project i need more power, have extra lights, and wireless transfer video to a receiver, so the existing case is much to small.

So looking for someone that can create with me a easy to print case that will have space for all the parts for this project and can be put underwater (max 10m) for days.

If you are interested, please contact me! :)
 Topic: 3D modeling designer
3D modeling designer [message #105955] Tue, 23 December 2014 12:50 UTC
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Hello everyone. As the head of Acadian Robotics 3D modeling services department I wanted to offer our services here on Shapeways. With over 20 years combined of 3D modeling experience with a specialty in 3D modeling for 3D printing we can help make your ideas come to life. I am part owner of Louisiana's first 3D printer manufacturer. We have the understanding and skills of knowing the limits and the capabilities of what 3D printers can create.
You can look at some of the unique designs we made that are uploaded to my model page here on Shapeways. If the model is not listed for sale it is because it was done for a client and it used only as an example of the work we can do. For more information you can send a private message to me here on Shapeways or send an email to acadianrobotics@gmail.com

Please visit our website also for more information. www.acadianrobotics.com

Thanks
Craig Billings
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 Topic: Custom Jewelry Design Service
Custom Jewelry Design Service [message #105229] Mon, 15 December 2014 05:38 UTC
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Hi All, My name is Ninghua, I'm fascinated in antique arts and trying the best to bring them back to modern life. I use solidworks to create 3D models for printing. Specialized in cufflinks, buttons, pendants etc. You may check out my website here http://www.plainorb.com/. Contact me at simplyhua@gmail.com. I'm available for product design and jewelry design.

Happy Creating !

[Updated on: Thu, 08 January 2015 07:57 UTC]


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 Topic: Mechanical engineering FreeCAD
Mechanical engineering FreeCAD [message #105189] Sun, 14 December 2014 19:40 UTC
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I have learned Solidworks, Pro- Engineer and FreeCAD.
Here I am only do stuff in FreeCAD.

Complicated surface modeling is not suitable.

My rate are low because FreeCAD is free, And that is the only tool I will use.
 Topic: Animatronics engineer at your service.
Animatronics engineer at your service. [message #104107] Mon, 01 December 2014 22:24 UTC
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http://i531.photobucket.com/albums/dd355/innerbreed/Capture-61.png

About me:
InnerbreedFX features works by Jonny Poole, a freelance engineer based in Cambridge UK.
InnerbreedFX focuses on a broad range of quality three-dimensional mechanical puppets, articulated costume characters, and animatronic figures. From graphic design and illustration through to visual effects and film and TV post production.
http://www.innerbreed.co.uk/

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Portfolio:
While much of my work involves animatronic birds, i do also offer custom unit designs. I have a large shapeways shop and you will find a lot more of my work there but please check out the website.
Currently on sale
http://www.innerbreed.co.uk/#!buy-my-parts/component_53793
Gallery
http://www.innerbreed.co.uk/#!our-work/galleryPage


Rate:
While production and shipping costs are covered by Shapeways, I do have to consider my own labour costs when designing mechanical parts or fabricating a complete assembly for you, especially when trying to run a professional shop.
Animatronics started out as a hobby, and still very much is and so i understand the issue faced with such a cool hobby is cost. With this in mind i do try to keep the cost down.
If you wish to discuss a project with me i will be more than happy to quote you and get your project started.
I am very reasonable but please understand that animatronics are unique pieces of technology and art and with this comes a cost.

[Updated on: Mon, 01 December 2014 22:25 UTC]


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 Topic: Freelance 3d Modeling and Sculpting Artist
Freelance 3d Modeling and Sculpting Artist [message #103890] Fri, 28 November 2014 04:34 UTC
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Hi Folks and Dreamers,

I am available to hire for any kinds of 3d modeling needs. I am an experienced professional with more than 5 years of experience.
Kindly check my work at the following link

http://www.amitananddey.daportfolio.com/about/

My skype details:
Name amitananddey
E-Mail amitananddey@gmail.com


Regards,
AmitAnandDey

[Updated on: Fri, 28 November 2014 04:35 UTC]

 Topic: saxophone and clarinet mouthpieces
saxophone and clarinet mouthpieces [message #103725] Tue, 25 November 2014 19:53 UTC
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I inquired with Shapeways a couple of months ago about getting an in house designer to help me with the design and production of saxophone and clarinet mouthpieces. I was referred to contact one of your designers. I got no response from that designer after sending them several emails.

I'm very serious, and I want to make this happen. I am a serious established professional in various music fields, and I mean business.

I live in Manhattan, New York City. I would appreciate a call back on the phone from a representative at Shapeways to discuss the possibilities directly.

I would like to meet with someone as well at Shapeways to show them the designs that I have in person.

I would also consider working with a designer that isn't local to me, but I would prefer someone based in NYC.

Thanks,

Norbert

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 Topic: 3D CAD, Product Development, Rapid Prototyping
3D CAD, Product Development, Rapid Prototyping [message #103474] Sat, 22 November 2014 17:55 UTC
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Greetings!
With over 20 years of combined design experience, our professional team has helped numerous domestic and international clients with a variety of projects. From the established design firm to the rookie designer, as well as the hobbyist, our team's unique background in fine arts and engineering not only provides knowledge of materials but knowledge of process as well.
Yet, we are not just designers. Our entrepreneurial experience gives us the understanding to be considerate of your budget and timeline. However novel or urgent, it is critical for so many reasons, that diligence must be accompanied with precision. In order to save precious time and money down the road, we like to begin the conversation discussing the concept and feasibility of any design. This is where the combined experience of our artists and engineers pays off most. Evaluating concept and feasibility before design work begins not only helps the design and prototyping process, but aids in eliminating unknowns and unforeseen pitfalls along the way to market. This is accomplished in part by utilizing networking technology which allows our clients to remotely view designs as they progress. Likewise, we can provide files that can be viewed on your computer without purchasing any design software.
In addition to our team of artists and mechanical engineers, expertise from our partners in fields such as optical, electrical, and chemical engineering is available if necessary. We can even assist with patenting, licensing, and manufacturing.
Along with industrial and consumer products, we also have departments specializing in sports equipment and defense gear. From PPE to hardware, our personal background and experience(s) combined with our enthusiasm help to keep folks safe no matter how fun or serious the environment.
Our basic deliverables package includes native Solidworks files, STEP files for CNC, STL files for 3D printer(s), and standard 2D drawings. We also include EPRT files used to view 3D files on your end using free viewing software available via internet download.
Our team is eager to understand the needs of your agenda and believe that we are more than capable of representing your interests. If you think our acquaintance could be mutually beneficial, we would enjoy discussing the possibilities. E mail today for a complete list of services and rates!

Paul Sperduti
paul@star-labs.com

[Updated on: Mon, 08 December 2014 18:47 UTC]

 Topic: Freelance ZBrush Modeler/Sculptor
Freelance ZBrush Modeler/Sculptor [message #103320] Thu, 20 November 2014 16:23 UTC
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Hello.

My name is Patricio Ruales Lopez, I'm a Freelance 3D artist/modeller from Colombia South America.

I've been freelancing for a while, my software is ZBrush and I'm most skilled in organic modelling and things like that.
.
You can check my website and my Deviantart page, if you are interesting in some proyect just let me know.:

Regards,

Patricio Ruales Lopez (patokali)

patokali.com

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Patricio Ruales López Freelance 2D/3D Modeler and Character Artist Illustrator. www.patokali.com
 Topic: Looking For 3D Jewellery Designers
Looking For 3D Jewellery Designers [message #103211] Wed, 19 November 2014 12:16 UTC
avatar polychemy  is currently offline polychemy
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Hi Folks, We are looking for 3D Designers that specialise in Jewellery.

If you're interested please do contact us at : designers@polychemy.com

*We will be doing a royalty deal instead of a fixed fee.

Thanks!


Polychemy - 3D Printing & Design
http://polychemy.com
 Topic: Modeler and Sculptor in 3D printing for hire
Modeler and Sculptor in 3D printing for hire [message #102659] Sun, 09 November 2014 21:17 UTC
avatar HarveyHesko  is currently offline HarveyHesko
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Registered: October 2014
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About me: I am the modeling lead for burning dog media and modeling/art instructor at full sail university, skilled and experienced on 3D printing.

Shop: HeskoMart. CG Portfolio: http://www.awesomeharvey.com

Country/language: America/English

Rate: $6/hr or $150 a week (whichever is cheaper)

Specialties: I specialize in 3D character figurines and design, and I try to keep prints as
affordable as possible.

Materials: I am experienced and licensed in ZBrush, Maya, Photoshop, and various other programs not including CAD.

Contact: please contact me here in forums, Shapeways/Skype:harveyhesko, or khavrilesko@fullsail.com.

[Updated on: Sun, 09 November 2014 21:23 UTC]


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 Topic: designer for hire!!??
designer for hire!!?? [message #102649] Sun, 09 November 2014 17:46 UTC
avatar pbc13  is currently offline pbc13
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Registered: November 2014
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Hello,
I'm Pim i love making 3d designs and products...
but i don't have that much inspiration.
If you have an idea... but don't know how to design?
I could make some designs and prototypes for you.
best regards Pim

Interrested : send me a e-mail to pimbijl@ziggo.nl or private message (PM)

[Updated on: Mon, 24 November 2014 17:38 UTC]

 Topic: Professional 3D Modeler available
Professional 3D Modeler available [message #102404] Wed, 05 November 2014 10:05 UTC
avatar gerandel  is currently offline gerandel
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Registered: November 2014
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Professional 3D Modeler available for remote work. (Germany)

Im a 3D freelance modeler with 15 years of experience. Primary working with Maya and Max.
Experience in character modeling, cars, jewely, products...
My Online Portfolio

[Updated on: Wed, 05 November 2014 10:06 UTC]

 Topic: Seeking an Adult 3D Modeler
Seeking an Adult 3D Modeler [message #102373] Tue, 04 November 2014 20:29 UTC
avatar NullSpace  is currently offline NullSpace
Messages: 1
Registered: November 2014
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Hey there, I'm looking for modelers who can design 3D adult figurines (furry and human) from simple sketches.

I'll probably most likely rely on the modeler for a long term.
 Topic: Looking for designer
Looking for designer [message #102247] Mon, 03 November 2014 14:29 UTC
avatar Kompflajagger  is currently offline Kompflajagger
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Registered: November 2014
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Hello, i am searching for someone familiar with the warhammer 40k scale of 28mm heroic. I have a massive space marine army and i want to have them stand out from the rest with specialized shoulder pads. If you are what im looking for then please contact me. jonsam09@gmail.com
 Topic: Personalized Jewelry
Personalized Jewelry [message #102151] Sat, 01 November 2014 20:44 UTC
avatar teachvc  is currently offline teachvc
Messages: 1
Registered: November 2013
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Get your name modeled into a custom piece of jewelry or perhaps you have a favorite pet, business logo, etc. you want made into jewelry or shirt buttons! I've been modeling and teaching modeling for over 15 years. See my Philomena necklace under jewelry.
contact: teachvc@aol.com

 Topic: File glitched, looking for people to fix it
File glitched, looking for people to fix it [message #102055] Thu, 30 October 2014 22:31 UTC
avatar d_big  is currently offline d_big
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Registered: October 2014
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My file cuts out the side blades of the throwing knife and the piece that connects the blade to the handle. plus it says it is too small even though ive seen smaller models. I don't want advice I want someone to fix it for me. Anyone who can fix it is greatly appreciated .

  • Attachment: Untitled.obj
    (Size: 63.58KB, Downloaded 22 time(s))

 Topic: Product Designer available to work
Product Designer available to work [message #101935] Wed, 29 October 2014 10:14 UTC
avatar rory_way  is currently offline rory_way
Messages: 6
Registered: October 2014
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Good morning, afternoon or evening.
I'm a product designer based in the UK who offers product development services and advice through my company Consultant Design Engineers Ltd. Check out my site and don't hesitate in contacting me with anything you need help with, or with anything you think we can work together on.


Design Engineer @ www.consultantdesignengineers.com
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