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Hollowing out does not change price [message #62903] Thu, 28 February 2013 01:09 UTC Go to previous message
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Hi,
I'm working on a case for the iPod nano 6 that would essentially turn it into a pocketwatch. The problem is that since the case needs to be 6cm diameter (the diagonal of the ipod), it ends up being almost $50 for the case.

I went back to blender, and started hollowing it out (by adding meshes inside the mesh itself, essentially making it hollow), but the price does not change one cent.

I'm talking about WSF, not some fancy material, how does something like that end up being so expensive? and why does hollowing it out not affect anything?

Thanks,

-Sss

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