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 Topic: Journal of Mathematics and the Arts
Journal of Mathematics and the Arts [message #32562] Fri, 12 August 2011 08:09 UTC
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There are a lot of interesting algorithmic, procedurally generated or otherwise mathematical designs getting made on Shapeways, and so I thought I'd let people know about the Journal of Mathematics and the Arts.

From the website:
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Journal of Mathematics and the Arts is a peer reviewed journal that focuses on connections between mathematics and the arts. It publishes articles of interest for readers who are engaged in using mathematics in the creation of works of art, who seek to understand art arising from mathematical or scientific endeavors, or who strive to explore the mathematical implications of artistic works.

There are some freely available sample articles here. Also see Call for Artists.

If there is interesting mathematics that comes up in your work, you might consider submitting a paper about it to the journal.
 Topic: Update Image
Update Image [message #32492] Thu, 11 August 2011 09:23 UTC
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I still want to have all the front icons in the new optic (a little bit bigger as before).
Currently I have to download the stl and upload it to force the recreation of the icon.

What's about a simple interface like this:
http://www.shapeways.com/batch/recreatImage.php?model=278436 &angleX=-90
(precondition user is logged in and owns the model)
to create a new image with the model rotated -90 degrees around x.

Maybe this easy technique could also solve the material handling problem:
http://www.shapeways.com/batch/changeMaterial.php?model=2784 36&material=FUD&available=yes&markup=0.20&de fault=no

Such interfaces could be easily provided within hours to overcome problems on the web interface.
They could be enabled and disabled if needed.

Candidates could be:
- http://www.shapeways.com/batch/getModels
(get a list of all of my model numbers)
- http://www.shapeways.com/batch/getProperties?model=278436
(lists all properties of a model)
- http://www.shapeways.com/batch/getSellingInfo?model=278436
(lists the number of sold items for each material)
....

Would make life much easier ...

Woody64

[Updated on: Thu, 11 August 2011 09:31 UTC]


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 Topic: Something for us foreigners
Something for us foreigners [message #32059] Thu, 04 August 2011 15:50 UTC
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Upcoming "makers fair" in Berlin, D


 Topic: 3d printing is fun!
3d printing is fun! [message #31816] Fri, 29 July 2011 19:34 UTC
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http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2011/034/1/4/3d_printing_by_silverbeam-d38qy04.jpg

I customer wanted this item for her expensive doll. A type of mace she designed. I sanded,painted and glossed it after I received the item. It is WSF, hollow and really strong and sturdy.

Anyone else have pics and things to share from concept drawings to the finished product?


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 Topic: 3D printing: The world's first printed plane
3D printing: The world's first printed plane [message #31696] Thu, 28 July 2011 08:35 UTC
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Yeah! Southampton (my home town) gets on the map for 3D printing firsts Smile

"Led by Andy Keane and Jim Scanlan of the University of Southampton, the team believes that 3D printing will soon allow uncrewed aircraft known as drones or UAVs to go from the drawing board to flight in a matter of days."

"The budget for the Southampton University Laser Sintered Aircraft (Sulsa) was £5000,"

"The plane parts took just two days to design and a further five days to print, making Sulsa a one-week plane."


Read the full article here; 3D printing: The world's first printed plane

 Topic: design rings on iPad and print with Shapeways
design rings on iPad and print with Shapeways [message #31485] Mon, 25 July 2011 17:38 UTC
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A super cool app for jewelry design on your iPad. Direct integration to ParaCloud GEM, various CAD tools and 3D printing in plastics and metals.

See the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgurSL9fuIQ

here are some rings printed with Shapeways:
index.php?t=getfile&id=10154&private=0

  • Attachment: rings.jpg
    (Size: 49.74KB, Downloaded 611 time(s))

[Updated on: Mon, 25 July 2011 17:41 UTC]

 Topic: Check out what comes first on Google shopping when searching for dealextreme.com...
Check out what comes first on Google shopping when searching for dealextreme.com... [message #31480] Mon, 25 July 2011 14:11 UTC
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http://www.google.com/products?q=dealextreme.com&hl=en

cool... Cool







http://www.3Dizingof.com
 Topic: New models at free 3dmodelss.com
icon12.gif  New models at free 3dmodelss.com [message #31245] Thu, 21 July 2011 01:34 UTC
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Hello friends all new models has been added at www.free3dmodelss.com

the models added like
1. spotlight

2. wardrobe

3.door

4.windows

5. sofa

Check it out

Cool
 Topic: shapeways creator
shapeways creator [message #30997] Sat, 16 July 2011 23:34 UTC
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tried to make my own picture with photoshaper.
but if I want to save, add, or order my model doesn't get in my shopping cart. What am I doing wrong?
 Topic: any exp. makers near palm beach fl
any exp. makers near palm beach fl [message #30821] Wed, 13 July 2011 21:49 UTC
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you can direct email me ray@katsoft.com will gladly pay your fee.
 Topic: I found a use for my Companion Cube Box....
I found a use for my Companion Cube Box.... [message #30681] Tue, 12 July 2011 06:06 UTC
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Hehe, I found a use for my Companion Cube Box. What's small enough to fit into a box that's just 2" in size?

http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6010/5928831381_e0f244e917.jpg

Thanks for the Bunnies, Shapeways! LoL
 Topic: 3D printed key chain competition
3D printed key chain competition [message #30413] Thu, 07 July 2011 20:34 UTC
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For the launch of our 3D sharing website, we want to raise funds for a competition. The idea is simple, help funding the competition, and the winning 3D printed key chain will be yours:

http://www.indiegogo.com/3D-print-competition-to-launch-shar ing-platform

Please let us know what you think of it.

regards,

Stef
 Topic: Fireworks
Fireworks [message #30182] Mon, 04 July 2011 17:49 UTC
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Not related to shapeways. But wanted to share some photos I took on Canada Day.

[Updated on: Mon, 04 July 2011 17:51 UTC]


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 Topic: 3dh
3dh [message #30144] Sun, 03 July 2011 12:19 UTC
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http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/29311_1458547582067_1184722724_31373275_5213499_n.jpg


What you see here,is a structure very different from the tradisional . maybe the most simple is the most difficult to realise,, but the idea with 3dh when it was develobed, was to use it with a 3D solid model, -- not one that only display the surfaces, but one that in a house, contain floors with the actural thickness, walls, and even stairs. Then turning two of the tradisional planes, say front and top 45 deg, and slicing the Solid model, will produce a lattrice of sections originaly with halve-notch overlap, later the overlap replaced by a connecting unit for easy. Compared the tradisional frame or rib structure, this is a great step forwerds and those 15 years ago assemblies of that sort, was all made from the tree tradisional planes, like many structures of skin-frame-stringer structures today.--- plane fuselages, boat hulls, many different things is made very tradisionaly where this system replace all of that with a compleatly new way to percive a structure.
The idea is to replace the "dead volumes" in a Solid model, with a honeycomb lattrice, the cells will be square as that is what come by slicing the model, but not following the tradisional planes -- why is proberly obvious from the graphics, othervise this rendering proberly help :

http://a3.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/29311_1458546462039_1184722724_31373256_5668969_n.jpg


Originaly 3dh was develobed for boatsbuilding where it make wonders, working in a much more sense and smooth way, to produce the all important ribs or frames, in an assemble lattrice creating just any form of a ships hull, as the honeycomb structure it has to display with the tradisional panel.frame-stringer combination offering a lightweight structure stronger and more flexible, than anything.
In aeroplane fuselages, you see the actural same structural system as in ships ; paralell rings of frames sometimes interconnected sometimes not -- loading all stress over into the thin paneling and producing a fragile structure, -- fragile compared the 3dh, where no frames stand alone but is supported by all others, working as the core for a honeycomb structure, again images is much better than words ;
http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/29311_1458548062079_1184722724_31373285_7648721_n.jpg


Now all these structures are planned to be made from sections cut from sheet material, with overlap halve notches to secure the structure, assemble it. But it is also an interesting option as it is so easy to slice a solid model, and that way get a strong lightweight structure, by instant prototype technikes.
http://a2.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/31861_1474209013593_1184722724_31414746_530765_n.jpg


Sorry, english is not my prime language, the 3dh technike was published by the chinese architecture magazin ECC 2004, 3dh offer many other applications ,there are more structures at my FaceBook profile ;


 Topic: Can Shapeways offer Vacuum Metalization?
Can Shapeways offer Vacuum Metalization? [message #29866] Tue, 28 June 2011 18:02 UTC
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Have Shapeways considered offering a vacuum metalization service for their products for items made using white detail, frosted detail or frosted ultra detail?

This can be used as a surface that can then be electroplated upon to give different surface finishes or just to give a basic metallic surface to act as a reflector, a decorative finish or provide RF screening.

I am interested in it for creating light reflectors. In the past I have painted special copper paint onto the surface of a item, then copper plated and finished with a nickel plate (polishing at each stage).
 Topic: some materials not available
some materials not available [message #29845] Tue, 28 June 2011 12:33 UTC
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I uploaded 3 models.
The largest has all materials available.
The middle one (which is quite thin in spots) had fewer materials available.
The smallest and thinnest one only had one material available.
It seems obvious what is happening but I thought I would ask.
Does the size/thickness determine which materials are able to be used?
 Topic: two sofa models
two sofa models [message #29357] Mon, 20 June 2011 16:24 UTC
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Two new sofa modelss has been added at

www.free3dmodelss.com

plz check it out

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 Topic: ourbricks.com
ourbricks.com [message #29007] Tue, 14 June 2011 09:40 UTC
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This website might be of interest to shapeways people. They are trying to make embedding 3d content on webpages as easy as YouTube makes embedding video. They're using WebGL, which is now standard in chrome and firefox, and on the way for safari and opera.

Here is some of my stuff on the site.
 Topic: FUD only available for 3 days?
FUD only available for 3 days? [message #28989] Mon, 13 June 2011 19:40 UTC
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Hi,
One of the guys who is selling N-scale train models in his shop, has been telling his customers that FUD will only be available until the 16th of June and thus can only be ordered for 3 more days. Is this correct?

Will the possibility to order FUD disappear on the 16th of June or hasn't this been decided yet?

Cheers,

Jeroen
 Topic: Colour model using multiple textures - anyone had success?
icon5.gif  Colour model using multiple textures - anyone had success? [message #28927] Sun, 12 June 2011 14:30 UTC
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Hi,

I'm wondering if anyone has had success with a Shapeways workflow that involves multiple textures. (I'm currently using google sketchup as my starting point)

I found this tutorial on using meshlab to export vrml with a texture http://www.shapeways.com/forum/index.php?t=msg&goto=8885 &S=c719b3cd1bc9109b4956fc3ea55b3d8f which while it is great has one glaring problem for me which is that apparently meshlab only exports vrml with a single texture and as a result strips out all my additional textures.

Hoping someone can assist.

Thanks,
Tim

 Topic: Second Account?
Second Account? [message #28858] Fri, 10 June 2011 08:55 UTC
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Are multiple accounts frowned upon?

I have two absolutely different ideas for shops, and I don't want them both to be under the same username, nor do I want to use different shop categories.

Smile
 Topic: Ceramic Dishwasher Safety
Ceramic Dishwasher Safety [message #28772] Wed, 08 June 2011 17:55 UTC
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Ceramic properties say it is not "dishwasher safe".

Does anyone know what bad things would happen to it in a dishwasher? Is it unsafe even if entirely covered in glaze?
 Topic: new lamp model
icon12.gif  new lamp model [message #28595] Sat, 04 June 2011 15:11 UTC
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Two new lamp model has been added at

www.free3dmodelss.com
 Topic: PA12GF
PA12GF [message #28547] Fri, 03 June 2011 16:01 UTC
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Hi,

I'm designing parts for multirotor copters. Any chance that Shapeways will offer PA12GF (glass-reinforced nylon, basically WSF+) in the near future?

Thanks,
J
 Topic: One of the biggest manufacturers in the world gives 3D printing a go
One of the biggest manufacturers in the world gives 3D printing a go [message #28107] Tue, 24 May 2011 09:44 UTC
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GE are researching the use of 3D printing to bring down the cost of ultrasound scanner probes - read more here;
http://www.economist.com/node/18710080?story_id=18710080& ;fsrc=rss
 Topic: Better led's : Boost to 231 Lumen/Watt
Better led's : Boost to 231 Lumen/Watt [message #27898] Fri, 20 May 2011 10:24 UTC
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So, not really about 3d printing, more about high power leds.

And as many like to design light sculptures on Shapeways, I think it's relevant enough:

Cree goes beyond theoretical max of 200 lumen/watt, to 231 Smile
http://www.cree.com/press/press_detail.asp?i=1304945651119

Not in production yet, but they have a good reputation on delivering this kind of stuff.
And I know I am very happy about this for one Smile
(might also be a bit because of my background in EE though)

So how is this useful? Well more lumen/watt means less heat and more compact but still bright lights.

I am still working on using a few Cree-like leds to work with Shy-light and companions.

Currently they come in 1 and 3 watt variant, with combichips up to 10 Watt. Producing well into the hundreds of lumen.
Problem?
They generate quite a bit of heat still and these led's usually come on an aluminium star which need need mounting on cooling elements. Which can take up useful space and need airflow, defeating the purpose of small led's.

So here's to better LED's Wink

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 Topic: Child Safe Material would be Awesome!
Child Safe Material would be Awesome! [message #27575] Sun, 15 May 2011 17:31 UTC
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I make lots of little dinosaurs on Shapeways. When my son sees them he wants to play with them but he can't. I would love to be able to make toys my kids can play with! Is it even possible to make a rubberish/pvc type material for a 3D printer?

David Krentz
 Topic: lightpoem candle
icon5.gif  lightpoem candle [message #27570] Sun, 15 May 2011 14:16 UTC
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does the lightpoem come with an LED candle and frosted glass or do I have to buy my own?

Thanks,
Mike
 Topic: Continued Foodsafe Materials
Continued Foodsafe Materials [message #27469] Fri, 13 May 2011 15:47 UTC
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So ceramic is the first Shapeways Foodsafe material.

Is there any hint, suggestion, or rumor that we might see another one soon? I'm looking for a plastic-y foodsafe material for small items. I'd rather go with Shapeways when I finally can afford to order some models, especially my first order, but I'm waiting for foodsafe.


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 Topic: AlphaBike - High tech bicycle
AlphaBike - High tech bicycle [message #26916] Tue, 03 May 2011 22:35 UTC
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http://www.thealphabike.com/ALPHA/Concept.html

Made using some 3D printed stainless steel parts....promo video here: http://vimeo.com/22966263

Neat concept!


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 Topic: Objet's TangoPlus Full Cure Material Product Line
Objet's TangoPlus Full Cure Material Product Line [message #26811] Sun, 01 May 2011 14:18 UTC
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Anyone heard if Shapeways will introduce the TangoPlus Full Cure material to the lineup of materials?
 Topic: Add Pendant "O" ring to each order?
Add Pendant "O" ring to each order? [message #26616] Wed, 27 April 2011 15:19 UTC
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I love the fact that Shapeways offers the black necklace on all pendant orders, but I have a suggestion...

Shapeways in their own wording have "suggested" that pendant bails (eyelets) lie flat with the pendant - i.e. a donut shape lying flat on the chest rather than on its side. However, for the wearer this is not desirable since the pendant (depending on design) will then have a tendency to want to turn on the necklace.

Could I offer a request for Shapeways to look into adding a small "O" ring with the necklace so that the pendant will than hang flat...?

Glenn


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 Topic: No Idea What I'm Doing, Advice and Tips Welcomed
No Idea What I'm Doing, Advice and Tips Welcomed [message #25888] Mon, 11 April 2011 04:55 UTC
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Hello all,
I'm super new to this whole world of 3d modeling and such. I'm trying to make some burr-like puzzles somewhat like Richgain's Inside Out Cube ( http://www.shapeways.com/model/22197/inside_out_cube.html?gi d=mg).
I just downloaded and tried my hand at using Google Sketchups (my work attached). The puzzle I'm trying to make is a knot burr puzzle, http://www.craftsmanspace.com/Free%20projects/Knot%20Burr%20 Puzzle.pdf. I know the size is off but I was wondering if I was going about the design the right way. I made the pieces out of square and rectangle cubes and I was wondering if the pieces need to be made as one solid instead of the multiple pieces. In other words, I need if know if when the closed piece prints if it will print as 4 pieces or one solid since the cubes are smooshed together. Also the puzzle has three separate pieces and I was wondering if there is a certain protocol for having these printed as opposed to when a one piece object is printed. Thank you for any help you can provide Smile

 Topic: new conference table
icon12.gif  new conference table [message #25753] Thu, 07 April 2011 06:35 UTC
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New conference table models has been added fully use for architectural
and for many purpose and the file in various format so that u can use in various software
to download this conference table model

visit
http://www.free3dmodelss.com/Table_conference.html

Mad index.php?t=getfile&id=8020&private=0

 Topic: Download my 4 Leg Walk Cycle in Blender for Free
Download my 4 Leg Walk Cycle in Blender for Free [message #25474] Thu, 31 March 2011 03:45 UTC
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Download my 4 Leg Walk Cycle in Blender for Free

Download My Blend File with 300 Frame Animation with 4 Leg Walk.

Blend File is Here
http://www.blendswap.com/3D-models/characters/thornbie-4-leg -character-and-300-frame-walk/

Animation is Here
http://www.vimeo.com/1630309


Blender Animations
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 Topic: Font Question
Font Question [message #24947] Thu, 17 March 2011 21:44 UTC
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Hello I'm a newbie here. But I want to start designing nice things.

My question is about this font, Im not shure if it can be scarved in silver. I can make it bigger, but those details a the letters base wont get much bigger


index.php?t=getfile&id=7620&private=0

Thank you.

 Topic: new tv unit model has been added
icon12.gif  new tv unit model has been added [message #24933] Thu, 17 March 2011 16:28 UTC
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New TV unit models has been added fully use for architectural
and for many purpose and the file in various format so that u can use in various software
to download this TV unit model

visit
http://www.free3dmodelss.com

Surprised
 Topic: new door model has been added
icon12.gif  new door model has been added [message #24588] Tue, 08 March 2011 16:16 UTC
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New door models has been added fully use for architectural
and for many purpose and the file in various format so that u can use in various software
to download this door model

visit
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 Topic: light poem
light poem [message #24585] Tue, 08 March 2011 13:00 UTC
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just wanna pop a question:
if I choose alumide for my lightpoem will I be able to use a real candle instead of a LED light?

 Topic: Five new sofa models
icon14.gif  Five new sofa models [message #24207] Thu, 24 February 2011 17:05 UTC
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Five new sofa models has been added fully use for architectural
and for many purpose and the file in various format so that u can use in various software
to download this sofa model

visit
http://www.free3dmodelss.com/Sofa.html
Razz
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