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Forum: Feature this!
 Topic: The 4 elements
The 4 elements [message #51094] Mon, 09 July 2012 22:53 UTC
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Here are the rings of the series "The 4 elements". The idea of giving shape to the 4 basic elements of all matter had long been in my mind. First I thought to a common shape, and then I gave them their own personalities. I was always fascinated by their meaning:

Fire : passion, energy, impulse inspiration, idealism, faith
Air : mental processes, intellect, human communication and social relationships
Water : Emotion, psychism, mysticism, intuition
Earth : practicality, stability, materialism, realism

index.php?t=getfile&id=18345&private=0

Fire ring
Air ring
http://www.shapeways.com/model/580192/the-4-elements-quot-wa ter-quot-ring-us-size-7-5-17-75-mm.html
http://www.shapeways.com/model/580196/the-4-elements-quot-ea rth-quot-ring-us-size-7-5-17-75-mm.html




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 Topic: Flying Pig in Ceramic
Flying Pig in Ceramic [message #50887] Fri, 06 July 2012 00:48 UTC
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Would love to get this featured...

This is what happens when you sit down in front of ZBrush and just start playing. Basically, I had no preconceived notion of creating anything and this just popped out. Had to get it printed and also experimented with costing as a solid and hollowed out model. And for anyone who doesn't know when printing in ceramic it definitely pays to keep the model solid.

Link to model page HERE.

Glenn

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 Topic: iPhone 4/4S case
iPhone 4/4S case [message #50715] Mon, 02 July 2012 16:45 UTC
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Hi,
Here is my second object printed by Shapeways, an iPhone case that looks like the front of a Mac Pro computer.
I had to print several models before reaching a good result, but now I'm pretty happy with this one.
This model was printed in WSF polished, fine details are well rendered, no hole is blocked as you can see on these pictures. Of course all the buttons and ports are easily accessible, and there is no need to remove the case to plug the connector.

I hope you'll like it, you can find it here in my shop

http://print-3d-objects.com/2012/P1060715.jpg


http://print-3d-objects.com/2012/IMG_3952.jpg


http://print-3d-objects.com/2012/P1060719.jpg


http://print-3d-objects.com/2012/S0203283.jpg

 Topic: Polyhedra Revisited 1980-2012
Polyhedra Revisited 1980-2012 [message #50476] Wed, 27 June 2012 21:36 UTC
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http://shpws.me/8CnM

I'd appreciate it if you'd read the entire description on the product's page and give me some feedback.

Many thanks,


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 Topic: 3D Printing meets the Fashion World
3D Printing meets the Fashion World [message #50430] Wed, 27 June 2012 09:16 UTC
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This is a real success story of a Shapie advertising on the Shapeways Forum for a 3D Modeller and achieving a fantastic result that has inspired the media and other designers alike. Janina Alleyne is a very talented Fashion Design Student at De Montfort University in the UK. After advertising on Shapeways for a Shoe Modeller, INNER | LEAF were delighted to win the commission to model one of her designs. So impressed with the first model, Janina commissioned INNER | LEAF to do her entire range which included 3 shoes and a Hat. We think she is a fantastic designer but don't take our word for it, check out some of the reviews her Collection has received including the online magazine 'The Upcoming' http://www.theupcoming.co.uk/2012/06/14/graduate-fashion-wee k-2012/

We would like to wish Janina all the best for the next step in her Career and thank her for choosing INNER | LEAF. I hope this is something that Shapeways would like to feature on their website.

http://www.shapeways.com/model/615765/6e7edc5ae01dcfdd69c068 a068c13e7e


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 Topic: Feature This Guidelines
Feature This Guidelines [message #49977] Mon, 18 June 2012 19:28 UTC
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This is your chance to get noticed, or to give other designers some attention for awesome 3D printed items. Here are some things to consider when posting here. These are all optional (except number 1), but will make your item easier to feature. Remember this section is to share why your item should be featured. Of course your item is cool! You designed it, modeled it, fixed it, modified it, made it perfect! But what makes it special is the story of how it came into existence. A picture is great, but doesn't tell us the importance of the item.

1) To be featured the item MUST have been produced. We don't want to feature something, then find out it's not possible to produce. So have a picture of the final product and let us know what material it's printed in.
2) Include a link to the items page, and any links to the shop from which the item is available, website (relevant to the items Shapeways Shop and or item), and any other links.
3) Tell us the story! What makes the item special? Why should it be featured? If you are the designer, where'd the idea come from? If you're not the designer, how'd you find the item? What do you like about it?
4) Your experience with designing and ordering the item. We always love a pat on the back, but we also want to know what we could have done to make things easier.
5) Any credits. Who helped you the most? Did you use someone else's model as a base file? Did you find a particular post that helped you get your creation made?

We check this section to find designs to feature on Friday Finds, on the blog, our weekly 'Designer Spotlight' post, and to give to press. So please do show us what you are making! Your designs are what makes Shapeways an exciting place and we love to spread the excitement!

If you have any questions about any of these feel free to email Community Manager Natalia Krasnodebska or myself Mike

NEW FEATURE! The new @mentions are a quick way to alert us to a cool new product you want us to feature. Try @elisarichardson and tell her why we should feature your product on Friday Finds!

[Updated on: Wed, 12 December 2012 20:52 UTC] by Moderator


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 Topic: Polyhedral Sculpture #26 - Pendant
Polyhedral Sculpture #26 - Pendant [message #49790] Wed, 13 June 2012 20:31 UTC
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Polyhedral Sculpture #26 - Pendant
http://shpws.me/8CnM
Shows the duality between Dodecahedron and Icosahedron.

Based upon knowledge I accumulated during the 1980's while exploring hands-on "the extraordinary spatial diversity that emanates from the sublime order and elegant simplicity that is exemplified by the subject of polyhedra." (Quote from the Preface to the wonderful book POLYHEDRA PRIMER by Peter Pearce and Susan Pearce)

Also see A COURSE STUDY: COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SCULPTURE (pg. 39-40, OPRESCO) by Prof. GEORGE HART - Department of Computer Science, Stony Brook University.



[Updated on: Wed, 13 June 2012 22:59 UTC]


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 Topic: A.N. Book End
icon7.gif  A.N. Book End [message #49644] Mon, 11 June 2012 01:20 UTC
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My new product from the Artificial Nature Series!

Have a look!

http://img1.shapeways.netdna-cdn.com/model/picture/640x476_550687_456007_1339376128.jpg

http://img1.shapeways.netdna-cdn.com/model/picture/640x476_550687_456006_1339376083.jpg

http://img1.shapeways.netdna-cdn.com/model/picture/640x476_550687_456003_1339376023.jpg

A.N. Book End

Cheers!
 Topic: Multicolored Ring
Multicolored Ring [message #49543] Fri, 08 June 2012 02:27 UTC
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Got my A into G and put them up on a shop :

http://www.shapeways.com/shops/twicering

The inserts can be swapped in/out. Two finger passages each with a different size.

The polished alumide is awesome.

index.php?t=getfile&id=17496&private=0

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 Topic: BUTTERFLY Ring
BUTTERFLY Ring [message #49512] Thu, 07 June 2012 09:51 UTC
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The BUTTERFLY Ring in the new Purple colour! what intense and vivid purple! Razz

See it there:

index.php?t=getfile&id=17470&private=0


Dario Scapitta Design

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 Topic: Feature my Egg Holder
icon12.gif  Feature my Egg Holder [message #49108] Tue, 29 May 2012 19:20 UTC
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Today i got my shipment from Shapeways (YES !!)

And in the package there was (among other things) a beautiful RSF Egg Holder, in real-life it looks even better so i'm very happy and my girlfreind even more !

I'd like to thank God, My Mother, My Girlfeind, Shapeways, The Netherlands and BOZ-Group for making all of this possible.

Link to Product : http://www.shapeways.com/model/554340/egg-holder.html

index.php?t=getfile&id=17251&private=0


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 Topic: 3d robot hand printed as one
3d robot hand printed as one [message #49019] Mon, 28 May 2012 13:27 UTC
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Hi, I recently designed a robot hand that is printed in one piece. All the hinges and printed in place, so that there is no need for assembly for the underlying hand. Tendons need to be added later, but there are no screws or any other fasteners required.
http://anthromod.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/IMG_0285.jpg

Here it is painted up, with some tendons attached.
http://anthromod.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/IMG_0312.jpg

My development blog is here

I also just had it mentioned on boingboing

Right now I'm working on adding servos and hope to have a video out soon. I also plan to start an indiegogo campaign to help fund the Mk3. Mk2 hands will be part of the rewards I have in mind.

[Updated on: Mon, 28 May 2012 13:29 UTC]

 Topic: The New Roosevelt Island Tram Earrings
The New Roosevelt Island Tram Earrings [message #48968] Sat, 26 May 2012 11:22 UTC
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The New Roosevelt Island Tram Earrings
http://www.shapeways.com/model/163220/

http://www.france-amerique.com/articles/2010/11/30/le_tramwa y_de_roosevelt_island_reprend_du_service.html

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As for formal education, he has a degree from an Institute of Higher Learning, provable the best in the world at the time his diploma was issued, but, he never used it to make a living; you only have 10 guesses Smile
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 Topic: "Bare Bones" - Pocket Pirate Puzzle
"Bare Bones" - Pocket Pirate Puzzle [message #48852] Thu, 24 May 2012 16:07 UTC
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A pirate chest recently washed ashore containing a never-before-seen hand carved puzzle. The carvings on the chest indicate that the puzzle is a 3D maze map through the caves on Dragon Fang's island where the vast treasure from the pirate ship Black Lion is hidden. You open the chest only to find that the main body of the maze looks eaten away to the "Bare Bones." Luckily, there is a clear case in the chest as well, and a small brightly colored ball that will help guide you. The ball fits into the maze at the round mouth of the cave maze in the corner of the cube. The maze then slides into the clear case; it is a perfect fit. You shove the sturdy case with its precious map into your pocket. The question is, can you solve the mystery of this maze and find the treasure? The carvings on the chest show that your goal is shown as another round ring with the remains of an "X" along its border.

To get there, roll the ball along the bones of the maze to try to reach the treasure. Your ball can travel up, down, fore and aft, port (left) and starboard (right) to travel through the maze. The clear walls allow you to easily see exactly where you are in the maze, and which directions can be tried next, but getting there is harder than it looks. Argggh, there have been plenty of "Bones" cleverly placed along the tunnels to trip up any unwary pirates and keep them from reaching the treasure. These can lead you astray or plunge you into a deep pit.

The "X Marks the Spot" where your treasure is found. If you reach the treasure you are not done yet matey! You have to return safely back to the mouth of the cave. Be wary though, there are new perils on the way back, and many pirates have never found their way back out. The true brave of heart can enter again to see if they can find the treasure again, this time, faster!

Good Luck Maties!

The 3D maze fits snuggly inside the 2 inch by 2 inch by 2 inch clear plastic cube. The clear cube also serves as a display quality case for this clever pirate work of art. This clear plastic display cube is sold separately, and is available for around $3. Use the link below to purchase "Bare Bones" from my Shapeways shop page. You will find more photos, video and information on this puzzle. There you will also find a link to purchase the case with free shipping. Note that this plastic cube display case is part of this rolling ball 3d maze puzzle and is required for the proper working of the maze.

http://shpws.me/75ht

Start by setting one of the "U" shaped halves of the clear case on a table with the sides of the "U" facing up. Before putting the "Bare Bones" maze in the case, orient it so the circular mouth of the cave (the one in the corner) is on the bottom. Place the ball on the bottom of the "U" of the case, such that when you next slide "Bare Bones" down into the case half, the circular mouth of the maze goes over the ball. Next carefully slide the top half of the case on. The photos and video above illustrate how this is done. You are now ready to start solving this maze puzzle.
Many a pirate has been lost in the cave, but have no fear - you can slide open the two halves of the case and the ball can easily be shaken out to start solving the maze game over again.

The clear case is very sturdy, so you can carry this maze puzzle around in your pocket or your bag. When not being played, this unique new type of maze can be displayed as a fascinating work of art. Set it on your desk or shelf, everyone will be curious to know what it is and want to give it a try.

This new type of maze is my most challenging one yet. It is bigger than "Escher's Playground" and you can see the interior much easier. This new maze design uses thicker and stiffer rods for the maze. They are also rounded off so the maze structure looks like a skeletal matrix of linked up bones.

Please post any questions or comments you have on "Bare Bones". Enjoy.

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 Topic: Dinosaur T-REX Egg LED Light
icon14.gif  Dinosaur T-REX Egg LED Light [message #48693] Sat, 19 May 2012 23:37 UTC
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Use at own risk ! Don't get eaten !

http://www.shapeways.com/model/577425/artegg_lamp.html?key=9 0cd942500cfd9e6ce1949120407ff4c

[Updated on: Tue, 22 May 2012 19:20 UTC]


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 Topic: Mini Personalized Vase
Mini Personalized Vase [message #48670] Sat, 19 May 2012 03:20 UTC
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This vase was designed for my hardworking mother.

index.php?t=getfile&id=17041&private=0

She loves her garden, but spends most of her time behind a desk helping other people's lives improve. I love her dearly and this was my small way of showing my appreciation.


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 Topic: SPARKLING Ring
SPARKLING Ring [message #48632] Fri, 18 May 2012 08:16 UTC
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SPARKLING ring new red version.

Available here:

http://www.shapeways.com/model/346264/sparkling-ring-b.html

index.php?t=getfile&id=17002&private=0

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 Topic: Leaf shape USB dust plug
Leaf shape USB dust plug [message #48500] Wed, 16 May 2012 02:12 UTC
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This is a functional gadget. Simply plug into a USB port and it seals the port from dust.
index.php?t=getfile&id=16938&private=0
view more detail at http://shpws.me/6eJd

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 Topic: DNA FLOWER PENDANT
DNA FLOWER PENDANT [message #48445] Tue, 15 May 2012 14:59 UTC
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>>>>>>>>>>DNA FLOWER PENDANT
>>>>>>>>>>Also see embedded YouTube movie
>>>>>>>>>>http://www.shapeways.com/model/109921/


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 Topic: Personalize your own heart ring !
icon14.gif  Personalize your own heart ring ! [message #48407] Mon, 14 May 2012 22:21 UTC
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index.php?t=getfile&id=16905&private=0Nice heart ring for you to pesonalize !

http://www.shapeways.com/model/550087/personalize-your-own-h eart-ring.html

[Updated on: Tue, 15 May 2012 13:07 UTC]


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 Topic: 3D Printined sci-fi ship designs for funding IndieGOGO CAMPAING
3D Printined sci-fi ship designs for funding IndieGOGO CAMPAING [message #48312] Sat, 12 May 2012 17:10 UTC
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Finally, the 3D prints have arrived...
see for yourself here on the forum.

If I may ask, that Shapeways would feature it. This would really help my campaign, as it really needs some attention.

Games Homepage

Edit :
Youtube Video

Codename : STARSHOOTER campaign

I'm prepared to offer 8 different painted / unpainted ship designs 3D printed by Shapeways.com to contributors of the campaign, but I need some help with this. As I don't have enough power to push it to the front pages, because I'm INDIE developer&designer and this is my first personal game project.

If you're interested, you can find some informations on the IndieGOGO or Taurris. But I'll be happy to reply to any questions on this matter.

http://www.taurris.com/Screenshots/3Dprinted_perks/3D_print_perks_design0.jpg

http://www.taurris.com/Screenshots/3Dprinted_perks/3D_print_perks_design3.jpg

Václav Mazaný

[Updated on: Sat, 12 May 2012 22:18 UTC]

 Topic: The Whole World in a Cup
The Whole World in a Cup [message #47933] Sat, 05 May 2012 15:53 UTC
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Hello Shapies,

I just received this piece and I am very pleased with the outcome, especially the hand-made look. One can use it as a cup, shot glass or even as a candle holder
index.php?t=getfile&id=16609&private=0

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 Topic: New Squeeze Cuff
New Squeeze Cuff [message #46896] Thu, 12 April 2012 22:02 UTC
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Hello!

I recently received final samples of the new Squeeze Cuff and here it is customised with the flower charm, Lucy.

index.php?t=getfile&id=16095&private=0

It's designed to be compatible with all of the charms in the collection, simply squeeze the sides together and pop in a charm, you can customise to your hearts content.

The Squeeze Cuff is available here, there are more images on the shop page to show the possibilities .

There's also a matching Squeeze Ring.

I hope you like them, let me know what you think, thanks,

Mark.

[Updated on: Thu, 12 April 2012 22:13 UTC]


The Digital Gardener. Balancing technology and nature. Planting digital flowers. Manufactured by 3D printing. Customized by you.
 Topic: Steampunk Fudge Dice
Steampunk Fudge Dice [message #46870] Thu, 12 April 2012 17:54 UTC
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At the request of a customer I created a Fudge dice version of my Steampunk dice set. I originally had balancing issues but worked around it. The minus sign is twice as thick as the other signs to balance the weight.

Let me know what you think of these unique dice! Smile

http://i.imgur.com/O61UY.jpg?1


http://twitter.com/#!/avandius - There is no right way to create something, modeling is all about deceiving reality.
 Topic: RotVar!
RotVar! [message #45857] Fri, 23 March 2012 04:37 UTC
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Hi all
Thank to shapeways we finished our Board Game, complete with Miniatures!
You can find here our NEW board game, RotVar!
https://www.thegamecrafter.com/games/rotvar1

and here the miniatures (made by shapeways!)
http://www.shapeways.com/shops/rotvar
let us know what do you think about it.
cheers!
 Topic: BLACK WIDOW Collection
BLACK WIDOW Collection [message #45729] Tue, 20 March 2012 12:25 UTC
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Hi,

Here there is the pendant from my new BLACK WIDOW Collection that includes armband, ring and earrings.

The complete set is here available:

http://www.shapeways.com/shops/darioscapittadesign?sort=newe st


index.php?t=getfile&id=15406&private=0
BLACK WIDOW Pendant

I hope you like it! Smile

A nice "design" day to all of you!
Dario

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 Topic: Helix - A hipnotic pendant jewel
Helix - A hipnotic pendant jewel [message #45728] Tue, 20 March 2012 11:46 UTC
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http://growthobjects.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/go_helix_04.jpg

A helix inside a toroid geometry, a continuous rope without end, like a moebius strip. We can found spirals and helices on natural and artificial environments, like DNA or coiled spring, now as a hypnotic pendant.

http://growthobjects.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/go_helix_02.jpg

Now available in our shop! Enjoy it!
http://www.shapeways.com/model/509723/helix-01.html


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 Topic: Robot hand
Robot hand [message #45711] Mon, 19 March 2012 21:53 UTC
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Hi I've designed a life size robot hand, that is available to others.
http://www.shapeways.com/shops/anthromod
A forum post here http://www.shapeways.com/forum/index.php?t=msg&th=8603
This is also a work in progress and will have updates that improve functionality, aesthetics etc.
I have a video with a basic movement test here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=J fJgoa8zlho

http://anthromod.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/20120315_222412.jpg
 Topic: Ninja chicken
Ninja chicken [message #45602] Fri, 16 March 2012 17:17 UTC
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 Topic: Kampfflieger Ilya Muromets
Kampfflieger Ilya Muromets [message #45427] Tue, 13 March 2012 17:35 UTC
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Another stunning model by Kampfflieger, the Russian Ilya Muromets. Shown here completed with custom decals from 1-144Direct.com.

The upper wings and main body were heat treated with a hot air gun to smooth out surface resin pebbling. This was followed by wet and dry sand paper where appropriate. The entire model then received a full spray coat of clear acrylic resin sealer followed by a full spray coat of grey acrylic resin primer. Areas to be decalled were then gloss varnished. Decals were applied using Micro-set and Micro-sol. When dry, the entire model was finished with acrylic mat varnish. This process gives the decals a printed on appearance!

index.php?t=getfile&id=15307&private=0

Mehusla

 Topic: Kampfflieger Handley Page 0/400
Kampfflieger Handley Page 0/400 [message #45426] Tue, 13 March 2012 17:22 UTC
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The Kampfflieger Handley Page 0/400 is a stunning model.

Shown here completed with custom decals from 1-144Direct.com.

The upper wings and main body were heat treated with a hot air gun to smooth out surface resin pebbling. This was followed by wet and dry sand paper where appropriate. The entire model then received a full spray coat of clear acrylic resin sealer followed by a full spray coat of grey acrylic resin primer. Areas to be decalled were then gloss varnished. Decals were applied using Micro-set and Micro-sol. When dry, the entire model was finished with acrylic mat varnish. This process gives the decals a printed on appearance!



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 Topic: My Action Figures
My Action Figures [message #43902] Sun, 12 February 2012 21:10 UTC
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Very Happy Hi everyone these are my action figures based on my in production iphone game.

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 Topic: Check this out! Nickelodeon blimp replica
Check this out! Nickelodeon blimp replica [message #43830] Sat, 11 February 2012 08:46 UTC
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Not actual size but close enough!


Nick blimp replica

I do not own the icon/logo

[Updated on: Sat, 11 February 2012 08:51 UTC]


Industrial Designer and aspiring writer.

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 Topic: Music Note
Music Note [message #43755] Thu, 09 February 2012 18:59 UTC
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This is a fun decorative music note that can be hung up by placing a string in between the bars of the note. It is fun to hang these up to give a room a musical theme, or on your piano etc. If you have any suggestions on how to make a fun twist on this model, I'll be glad to hear them!

[Updated on: Fri, 10 February 2012 19:20 UTC]

 Topic: Breathable Roots, the actual print
Breathable Roots, the actual print [message #43646] Wed, 08 February 2012 00:32 UTC
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Awarded third place in the 3D-Design Competition in October of 2011, Breathable Roots is a wall-hanging planter, which oxygenates its greenery's roots through the tunnels created by the interconnectedness of the skin's membrane. Excess water falls into a smaller, detachable piece located at the bottom.

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 Topic: Dilly Design Interlaced Pattern Bangle
Dilly Design Interlaced Pattern Bangle [message #43423] Sat, 04 February 2012 00:01 UTC
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Check out my bracelet.
Dilly Design


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 Topic: Intricate Icosohedron Earrings
Intricate Icosohedron Earrings [message #43150] Mon, 30 January 2012 21:35 UTC
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I got a bunch of these earrings in, and they jut look so awesome, inside and out!

http://shpws.me/3LoH

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Shocked


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 Topic: The Pan-NO-head
The Pan-NO-head [message #43037] Sun, 29 January 2012 15:23 UTC
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I think this would be a good choice for being featured, I really like being able to apply 3d printing to my other hobbies.

This is made for the "Samyang 8mm" fisheye lens. It does not matter what camera the lens is on, the pivot points are located over the npp (no parallax point) of the lens, and mounted to the lens itself.

While there are methods for using string and a plumb bob to shoot panos, they do not pivot accurately around the npp which is critical for objects that are close to the lens. I believe this is the first use of a pivot and yoke to suspend the plumb bob accurately from the npp.

Of course this is only as accurate as the operator. I had no problems and I made sure to include foreground and background items in the scenes. I got very good stitches. I have left the few minor errors that were present.


My very first handheld pano with the "Pan-NO-head" is here along with pictures of how it's mounted and operated.
The Pano-NO-head

My next two test panos,
Rainforest house at the zoo from the mezzanine
Rainforest house at the zoo

bvr

ps. Hey Shapeways, can I come shoot an interactive panorama of the production facility in NY with parts that were made there?
 Topic: Silver Swirl Heart Pendant
Silver Swirl Heart Pendant [message #42958] Sat, 28 January 2012 09:40 UTC
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Silver Swirl Heart Pendant, for those madly in love.
Great for anniversaries and of cos Valentines!

Order now, before it's too late:
http://www.shapeways.com/model/431476/

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 Topic: Cobras in Love
Cobras in Love [message #42825] Thu, 26 January 2012 21:51 UTC
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