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Forum: It arrived!
 Topic: Chain Cube by OSKAR
Chain Cube by OSKAR [message #87821] Sun, 13 April 2014 19:42 UTC
avatar Oskar_van_Deventer  is currently offline Oskar_van_Deventer
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Hi Shapeways fans,

Chain Cube is an old Oskar design, from 7 March 1983. The puzzle is a chain made of two types of links, namely straight and twisted. The object is to fold the puzzle into a cube. The original 1983 prototype was made in wood. The modern version is 3D-printed plastic.

Watch the YouTube video of the new 3D-printed version.
Watch the YouTube video of the original wooden prototype.
Buy the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Read more at the Non-Twisty Puzzles Forum.
Check out the photos below.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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[Updated on: Sun, 13 April 2014 19:48 UTC]

 Topic: Belt Clip with Bottle Opener
Belt Clip with Bottle Opener [message #87571] Wed, 09 April 2014 17:16 UTC
avatar MichaelMueller  is currently offline MichaelMueller
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Hi,

I printed a belt clip two years ago and I use it every day since then. As a fan of bavarian beer I always thought, on feature was missing...This is why I added a bottle opener to it.

Cheers,
Michael

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Michael Mueller
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 Topic: Voronoi 3D printed iPhone 5c case
Voronoi 3D printed iPhone 5c case [message #87489] Tue, 08 April 2014 12:59 UTC
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Product URL: http://shpws.me/pkup

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 Topic: Espresso Cup and Saucer arrived
Espresso Cup and Saucer arrived [message #87396] Sun, 06 April 2014 19:18 UTC
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Yeah! Totally happy ;-)

My Espresso Cup and Saucer arrived last week. Completing my collection together with the spoon-holder, which arrived some weeks ago.

Though the glazing isn't completely even (which wasn't the case in a satin black bowl model I ordered a while ago). But in total it is fantastic.

After testing the cup I updated the models making them slightly larger, as my coffee maker filled it up to the rim. :D

Of course, you can order the cup in my shop.

"Open Handle" Saucer
"Open Handle" Cup
or as a Set
Spoon-Holder

Here are some pictures:

Cup and Saucer
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Spoon-Holder:
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Best,
Jaylen

 Topic: cableFlagz for your USB cables
cableFlagz for your USB cables [message #87194] Thu, 03 April 2014 09:05 UTC
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These came in a couple of weeks ago but I just got around to photographing them.

Just my own take on how to identify all the black (or white!) cables sticking out the back of your computer - an occasional frustration of mine when I come to swap one out for that temporary hookup. I'm sure I'm not alone.

Designed to clip to most 3mm USB cables, they will, with a bit of care, attach to slightly thicker cables, but not Ethernet or power cables.

http://shpws.me/rEwz

Steven

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 Topic: Ophiacodon
Ophiacodon [message #86987] Mon, 31 March 2014 06:33 UTC
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So pleased that Pelycosaurs are finally represented as figurines, for being so essential to terrestrial evolution, there is woefully few are ever made into figures, aside from Dimetrodon.

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 Topic: Bermuda Rhomdo by OSKAR
Bermuda Rhomdo by OSKAR [message #86924] Sat, 29 March 2014 19:22 UTC
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Hi Shapeways fans,

Bermuda Rhomdo is a puzzle that can be built using parts of Bermuda Minx by MF8. It has the geometry of Eric Vergo's Rhomdo puzzle.

After seeing Bermuda Comet and Bermuda Jumblix, both "core-mods" of Bermuda Minx, I started thinking whether there would be a fourth geometry that can use Bermuda Minx pieces. Then I remembered Rhomdo, and surprise-surprise, also that geometry can be built from these pieces.

I find it quite surprising that pieces of a puzzle can be reused for another puzzle with a completely different geometry. I find it even more surprising that the pieces can be used for four different geometries in total. Or would there be a fifth geometry as well? Do we know any other twisty puzzles that can be "core-modded" into each other?

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the core at my Shapeways Shop.
Buy Bermuda Minxes at HKnowstore.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.
Check out the photos below. More photos here.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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 Topic: Bermuda Jumblix by OSKAR
Bermuda Jumblix by OSKAR [message #86827] Thu, 27 March 2014 19:31 UTC
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Hi Twisty Puzzles fans,

Bermuda Jumblix is a serendipitous combination of Jumblix and Bermuda Minx. Jumblix was designed by Oskar in 2009. Then in 2012 Bermuda Minx by MF8 came out. Baiqiang from China discovered that parts from that puzzle could be reused to build Jumblix, requiring only a new core. This Shapeways model is that new core. The fit is not perfect, as the angles inside a regular dodecahedron are a few degrees different from a pentagonal prism, but the turning is surprisingly good despite that. I am still wondering how Mr. Baiqiang discovered this.

The pieces of Bermuda Minx and the new core can be used to build the regular Jumblix and many "Bermuda-ized" variations of Jumblix. And those pieces can also be used to build a regular Crazy Comet and many "Bermuda-ized" version of that, see the post on Bermuda Comet.

I find it quite surprising that pieces of a puzzle can be reused for another puzzle with a completely different geometry. I find it even more surprising that the pieces can be used for a third geometry as well. Obviously, this is some sort of modding, but it is definitely not shape-modding. Would "core-modding" be a proper term for what is going on here?

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Buy MF8 Bermuda Minxes at HKnowstore.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.
Check out the photos below. More photos here.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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 Topic: Beekeeper Chess Collection: King
Beekeeper Chess Collection: King [message #86774] Thu, 27 March 2014 01:20 UTC
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The King in polished brass

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 Topic: 8 Starships & Dwarven Sorceress
8 Starships & Dwarven Sorceress [message #86766] Wed, 26 March 2014 20:43 UTC
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Always eager to avoid the $6.50 shipping, I've gotten another giant lump of toys all at once.

Here are spaceships:
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We're looking at 3 Centauroi ships, 3 Goblin ships and 2 Sylvan ones. None of them have official names yet. This completes the 15 core-set space ships for the Rune Star series.


And here's the Dwarf. This is my D&D character, Helja Granitasker, a Dwarf sorceress with the Dragonic Bloodline background, and armor proficiency feats. (NRRRRRRRRRRRRD!!!) She is also the prototype for making an entire line of "infantry" units that will go along with the spaceships. Thus, there are many forms of Helja here so that I can see how they will come out.

Here are the 3 scales available. 1:36, 1:54 and 1:72, which probably sound a bit weird to miniature enthusiasts. 1:36 is for GURPS, where 1 hex = 3 yards. It is made assuming that players are using a grid of 1" hexes. 1:54 should roughly match the scale of D&D or Reaper miniatures. 1:72 is a popular scale, and also works for GURPS players with 1/2" hex grids. The bases are meant to fit into the appropritate GURPS or D&D grids.
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Here we've got different ShapeWays materials, WSF, Frosted Detail and Ultra Detail. I really love the Ultra Detail. This one really looks and feels the way I expect from plastic toys. I think the frosted detail might work just as well for larger models once it's painted, but I can't see it so well because it's so... frosted. I don't know what kind of paints to use on the Detail plastic, since my acrylics pile on top of the existing details.
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One of the cool things about using 3D models to make this is that I can just rig it to an armature and do it again in as many poses as I want. I also want to try making some more interesting sculptures, like this one of her using her Daily Power (NRRRRRRRRRD), Lightning Breath. I really should have drawn the lightning bolt on paper before modeling it.
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And bikini Helja!
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These will all be available for purchase soon.

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 Topic: Tree of Life Shield Talisman
Tree of Life Shield Talisman [message #86738] Wed, 26 March 2014 05:16 UTC
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Using a 3d scan of actual tree bark in the background of the shield, this talisman has an inset symbol of a Celtic Tree of Life.
Chosen as a symbol of renewal, and both reaching towards the heavens while remaining grounded.

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Having the symbol in a shield can have two meanings, either protecting the symbol or having the symbol protect you. I'm fond of the second meaning myself.

I've got plans to come out with a system that will allow for somone to easily customize their own shield talisman, based on a selection of shield shapes, shield finishes, backgrounds, and symbols.


www.bradykineticcuriosities.com A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.
 Topic: Bermuda Comet by OSKAR
Bermuda Comet by OSKAR [message #86720] Tue, 25 March 2014 18:49 UTC
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Hi Shapeways fans,

Bermuda Minx is a serendipitous combination of Crazy Comet and Bermuda Minx. Crazy Comet was designed by Oskar in 2009. Then in 2012 Bermuda Minx by MF8 came out. Cube Master Mr. Fok (owner and genius of MF8) discovered that parts from that puzzle could be reused to build a Bermuda Comet, requiring only a new core. The fit is not perfect, as the angles inside a dodecahedron (63.43 deg) are a few degrees different from a rhombic dodecahedron (60 deg), but the turning is surprisingly good despite that.

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the core of the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Buy MF8 Bermuda Minxes at HKnowstore.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.
Check out the photos below. More photos here.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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[Updated on: Sat, 29 March 2014 19:19 UTC]

 Topic: HO Scale Dry Bulk trailer.
HO Scale Dry Bulk trailer. [message #86586] Sat, 22 March 2014 21:56 UTC
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I designed this HO scale (1/87) trailer for model railroaders because nobody offers a styrene version of this. I'm going to redesign the tank to be one piece. Overall, I was pleased with the finish. The tank had a slightly rough texture like fine sandpaper. But with sanding and priming it should be fine. It didn't have any of the stair-stepping that I was afraid it might have. And the piping on the frame came out better than I expected. The only sour note was the long handrails that run along the top of the tank came out pretty bad. They were just too long and thin. I'll use brass wire instead.
When I get it painted, I'll post some pics.

Note: This is Frosted Detail.


The original 3D model...

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The tank before sanding.

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The frame before sanding..
(For scale, this is about 5.8 inches long.)

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And after a little sanding....

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Steve S

[Updated on: Sat, 22 March 2014 22:10 UTC]

 Topic: Rob's Pyraminx by OSKAR
Rob's Pyraminx by OSKAR [message #86563] Sat, 22 March 2014 09:28 UTC
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Hi Shapeways fans,

Rob's Pyraminx was suggested at Rob Stegmann's puzzle website. When analyzing all twisty puzzles with a tetrahedral geometry, Rob found an edge-less pyraminx design that has not yet been implemented. Here it is. It has a Skewb mechanism inside, so the puzzle is a shape mod of the Skewb.

This puzzle is arguably the easiest non-trivial twisty puzzle :-). What is it's God's number?

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.
Check out the photos below.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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 Topic: Doctor Who Gallifreyan glyph iPhone case
Doctor Who Gallifreyan glyph iPhone case [message #86541] Fri, 21 March 2014 19:43 UTC
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I goofed the dimensions on the long axis by 0.5mm so it's a little tight fitting, but the lines came out great.

The corner radius is a little fragile - it's supposed to represent time and space 'escaping' the confines of the case... also it's a little intriguing when the phone is placed face up.

And, if anyone's interested, the glyph represents part of the Doctor's name, modded a little for 3D printing.

Steven

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 Topic: Orca 3D wireframe wall decoration
Orca 3D wireframe wall decoration [message #86527] Fri, 21 March 2014 16:28 UTC
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I was cooking in my kitchen one day and noticed how very blank one of the walls was. I've just recently moved in, and I'm still getting the place decorated.
I had been itching to make another Shapeways piece, and it looked like a perfect opportunity to not just put something up on my wall, but MAKE something unique; I wanted something unusual, artistic and a little abstract, yet technical-looking. I also wanted something that INTEGRATED that blank white wall, instead of just sitting in front of it. I hit upon the idea of an Orca - the distinctive black and white constrast colour scheme would make it really visually pop on the wall, giving me a chance to use Black Strong & Flexible which I haven't done before - and the characteristic white patches could be interestingly negative space. And they're beautiful creatures, if nothing else.

I'd also been toying with the idea of the wireframe style models for a while - I think they offer a great final product: an intriguing look, a satisfyingly large object to unbox, and a cheap one too because of the low material usage! It's not really an aesthetic that you see outside 3D printing. This was the perfect time to experiment.

I'm really pleased with how it came out, and it was surprisingly quick to build - the modeling was done in an afternoon. The major issue I came up against was discovering the best orientation for printing - most of my experimental uploads came out costing almost $100. Final cost is about $25 or 18 euros, but satisfyingly big at about 30cm nose to tail.

The URL: https://www.shapeways.com/model/1738442/orca-in-wireframe.ht ml
And my shop with a handful of other geeky ideas: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/ModelAE?s=0

Here's two more parting pictures.

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 Topic: Transformers: Masterpiece Megatron adapter for G1 cannon
Transformers: Masterpiece Megatron adapter for G1 cannon [message #86502] Fri, 21 March 2014 00:16 UTC
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This nifty little item Fakebuster made for me lets me mount the G1 Megatron arm cannon on the Takara Tomy Masterpiece figure.

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Here's a shot that shows both scopes in the same shot.

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Here's the project listed:
https://www.shapeways.com/model/1768951/megatron-gun-adaptor .html?li=aeTabs&key=c66ae75a45c2d7e8c2d5f299c51fa23c

Simple design, but I really think the G1 scope looks far better than the Masterpiece one, which is entirely too big.

 Topic: Image Twist
Image Twist [message #86429] Wed, 19 March 2014 21:17 UTC
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Just got a new prototype for a possible creator. If you remember the Statement Vase this is a riff of that idea. Having tried it out a bit I think I want to put a lip on the bottom so pens don't slide out. I like the looks but it fails a bit on functionality.

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You take an image and it tiles it around the cylinder. The image I used for this is here:

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If your interested in how this was done or the code you can check out my latest blog posting at: http://abfab3d.com/2014/03/19/journey-from-twist-to-spring-t o-a-new-creator/


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 Topic: Pen grips for Pilot G2 pen
Pen grips for Pilot G2 pen [message #86326] Tue, 18 March 2014 00:08 UTC
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Stainless and Bronze finish.

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 Topic: Krystian's Disk by OSKAR & KRYSTIAN
Krystian's Disk by OSKAR & KRYSTIAN [message #86245] Sat, 15 March 2014 13:56 UTC
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Hi Shapeways fans,

Krystian's Disk is an invention by Krystian Wilisowski. It is a disk built of 24 segments in six sectors. The sectors can shift with respect to each other, enabling different ways that the segments can be rotated.

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Check out the photos below. More photos at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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 Topic: Superclick Cube by OSKAR
Superclick Cube by OSKAR [message #85979] Sat, 08 March 2014 14:14 UTC
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Hi Shapeways fans,

Superclick Cube is a cube with sixteen 12.7 mm diameter spherical magnets. There are placed in the corners and core. As each pair creates a force of 2.9 kilogram, making a turn requires 4 x 2,9 = 11.6 kg of force to the solver. This makes the puzzle good for training practices for speed cubing as it trains the muscles, but requires good dexterity at the same time.

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum,
Check out the photos below.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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 Topic: Tinity pendant
Tinity pendant [message #85972] Sat, 08 March 2014 09:10 UTC
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Looks nice, thanks shapeways. :)

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 Topic: Big!
Big! [message #85885] Thu, 06 March 2014 15:47 UTC
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For small hands, inner circumference 20 cm.

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 Topic: Angel's Star
Angel's Star [message #85864] Thu, 06 March 2014 04:13 UTC
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My special friend Angel asked for a star...
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You can see more here http://shpws.me/r2pD

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 Topic: New things from Erkrieal
New things from Erkrieal [message #85699] Sun, 02 March 2014 18:55 UTC
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New photos of some of our products. You can check them out at our shop. Looking really nice, thanks Shapeways ;).

Radiant Pendant
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Radioactivity Pendant
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Yin-Yang bracelet 02
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 Topic: legs for the GoPro Hero3
legs for the GoPro Hero3 [message #85686] Sun, 02 March 2014 17:50 UTC
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design for an open frame mount on a tripod base.
quite happy with the design, fits like a glove now after a bit of tweaking on thicknesses & clearances.
https://www.shapeways.com/model/1750718/gopro-hero3-hero3-op en-frame-mount.html

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 Topic: new earrings/pendants
new earrings/pendants [message #85654] Sat, 01 March 2014 19:13 UTC
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 Topic: X-Minx by OSKAR & NATHAN
X-Minx by OSKAR & NATHAN [message #85653] Sat, 01 March 2014 16:50 UTC
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Hi Shapeways fans,

X-Minx was suggested by Nathan Wilson. The puzzle is a shape-mod of Adam Cowan's Circle Minx but with only three circles. Evgeniy Grigoriev's X-Cube is a Rubik's Cube with additional layers on some faces. Similarly, X-Minx is a Megaminx with additional layers on some faces.

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.
Check out the photos below.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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 Topic: Four new Action Figures "Bad wally", "Captain cook", "The Cook", and &
Four new Action Figures "Bad wally", "Captain cook", "The Cook", and & [message #85507] Thu, 27 February 2014 07:54 UTC
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Hello guys

My 4 new figurines just arrived.. I took plenty of pictures and can be found here

IMGUR

The Cook came out Excellent!! the detail and the colors were spot on... I wa a bit afraid that the size would reduce the detail but I'm very happy with it!!

Bad wally Once again incredible quality!! iit looks great and has plenty of detail.. This figurine is considerably smaller than the original but till came out great.. the belt buckle shows and o does the buttons.. even the crest on hi shirt

Captain Cook aka Ghetto Jesse This figurine once again great detail but for some reason his red jacket came out orange.. (shaoeways stepped up and is fixing this as we speak) very thankful for that

Hey Mr. White I'm a Blowfish! This one had great colors!! every detail was amazing.. unlike the other this one had a bit of layering.. i'm not sure if they reduced the detail size or the printer needed calibration.. but besides that the print looks great!!


Anyways This was my 1st time trying out this smaller scale printing.. and i was not disappointed.. If you aren't happy with the figures out there and want something unique and 3d printed.. check these guys out!!

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 Topic: Woven brass full knuckle ring
Woven brass full knuckle ring [message #85474] Wed, 26 February 2014 16:22 UTC
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This came yesterday! http://shpws.me/qY91

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Freakin' Sweet Knots - 3D printed woven jewelry http://freakinsweetapps.com
 Topic: A tattoo pendant
A tattoo pendant [message #85473] Wed, 26 February 2014 16:16 UTC
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This is what I've done for a friend of mine,from a tattoo to a pendant.I'm very pleased for the result.

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 Topic: Geared Kites by OSKAR
Geared Kites by OSKAR [message #85250] Sat, 22 February 2014 17:53 UTC
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Hi Shapeways fans,

Geared Kites was commissioned by Jared McComb. It is a shapemod of the Geared Mixup puzzle. This shapemod has the property that the puzzle retains its shape after a quarter turn, unlike Geared Mixup. Its stickering makes it highly confusing to solve the puzzle.

Watch the YouTube video.
Buy the puzzle at my Shapeways Shop.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.
Check out the photos below.

Enjoy!

Oskar
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 Topic: Swan-heart theme jewelry in polished silver, premium silver and polished bronze
Swan-heart theme jewelry in polished silver, premium silver and polished bronze [message #85231] Sat, 22 February 2014 00:56 UTC
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Swan-heart theme jewelry is some of my earlier designs, and I've tried polished silver before. This time I ordered in premium silver and polished bronze. The first two pictures are swan-heart pendant in polished silver and premium silver. The other pictures are swan-heart bracelet in polished bronze.

I have to say the smoothness and glossiness of premium silver is really much better than polished silver. But the price is quite expensive though. Polished bronze is a good choice, too. It's not so expensive, and it can gives a taste of antique.

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 Topic: Nautilus inspired keychain and bottle opener
Nautilus inspired keychain and bottle opener [message #85187] Fri, 21 February 2014 06:30 UTC
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This is one of my nautilus inspired design series --- the nautilus shell keychain and bottle opener. I ordered it in polished grey steel for the first time, and it came out with awesome finish and texture. I would like to try this material in different finishes.


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 Topic: A single stranded 320 facet globe knot
A single stranded 320 facet globe knot [message #85180] Fri, 21 February 2014 01:36 UTC
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This came in the mail today!

http://shpws.me/qV0C

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 Topic: PEZ head
PEZ head [message #85172] Thu, 20 February 2014 21:39 UTC
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The full color sandstone print was sanded lightly and hit with a few coats of spray shellac. The cigarette would be too thin to print so I made one and glued it in.

Use pez_start.obj file to make your own PEZ head.

 Topic: Wooden Shoe Bottle Opener
Wooden Shoe Bottle Opener [message #85079] Wed, 19 February 2014 11:46 UTC
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Hi All,

Today my new bottle opener arrrived. I'm busy with a typical dutch shop and this one fits right in. Wooden Shoes and beer!!

I printed it in gold because the dutch doing so well currently on the olympics!

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 Topic: Updated Picture
Updated Picture [message #85058] Tue, 18 February 2014 23:53 UTC
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Here is a better picture of the Fleur De Lis. I've got co-workers who love it!
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And here is the link http://shpws.me/qMij


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 Topic: Dodo a gogo, back from extinction
Dodo a gogo, back from extinction [message #85039] Tue, 18 February 2014 11:08 UTC
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Dodo (Raphus cucullatus) back from extinction.

The first time I saw a Dodo was in The Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, it left a lasting impression on me, I must have been around 12.

The flightless bird related to the pigeon family was about 3 feet high and has become an icon for extinct species caused by man. The dodo was native to Mauritius in the Indian Ocean. European explores first wrote about them in the late 16th century, less than eighty years later they were extinct.

The flightless and fearless bird did not have any predators before humans and there was plenty of food on the island, this would have made them very comfortable and happy, they only laid one egg in a nest on the ground.

When the Europeans arrived they brought with them domestic animals. If one dodo was captured or it was in stress other dodo's because of their inquisitive nature would come to investigate rather than runaway making them easy prey.

The model of my dodo has been based on popular images which scientists say are a misinterpretation and there is evidence the bird would be much slimmer.

There is something charming and innocent about the dodo that's why I created it, it also acts as a reminder of how man's selfish actions have an impact on other beings and the planet. 3D printing. The model looks great in coloured strong and flexible and gives and desk or space a colorful lift. Available
http://goo.gl/uT6j05

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 Topic: There's a horse on my desk!
There's a horse on my desk! [message #84991] Mon, 17 February 2014 14:55 UTC
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Ceramic office toy, can also be useful as a vase for litttle flowers.

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