Portal Turret Ring

by sbruins
Portal Turret Ring 3d printed Art Jewelry Description
Description
  • Raw Silver

    Sterling silver mechanically polished to reveal classic beauty and slight texture.

    $64.00
"I see you..."

Available in US ring sizes 8-13
See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_size for ring size reference.
Default Ring size is 9-3/4

Material shown is Silver after a light polishing.

*Plastic materials are not suitable for daily use, purchase at your own risk!*

Dimensions

IN: 0.256 w x 0.927 d x 0.917 h
CM: 0.65 w x 2.354 d x 2.33 h

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How wide is the eye on the ring?
July 9, 2014, 11:33 pm
I saw a white version of this in white and painted with the red eye and black lettering/blue logo. Is that an available option, or is the plastic just solid white?
May 1, 2014, 7:43 am
Yes the text can be changed. Just add what you would like it to be in the notes section when you customize your order.
January 24, 2014, 12:01 pm
Would it be possible to change the text inside the ring? Perhaps to "Are you still there?" I'm not sure if it would be too much text to fit inside the ring or if it is even possible for it to be changed.
January 24, 2014, 5:59 am
i like it
September 14, 2013, 3:19 am
i like it
September 14, 2013, 3:15 am
i like it
September 14, 2013, 3:11 am
@Eldamino47 STOP SPAMMING THE PAGE!
February 20, 2013, 11:10 pm
Whenever I try to add the product to my cart I get this downloadable file which I can't open. What am i supposed to do? I can however add other rings to my cart.
November 2, 2012, 2:22 pm
You should upload an image for each material, so we know what we're buying. I would get one If I knew the looks in comparison to the material.
June 23, 2012, 3:01 am
Why don't you have stainless available?
March 27, 2012, 2:25 am
March 8, 2012, 6:13 pm
I am a new user of shapeways and wanted to get your opinion if you don't mind. I recently uploaded and had made 2 ring prototypes of my business logo in the "white polished" material, thinking if I was pleased with them I'd order them in metal, probably stainless. However on getting them here, and spraying a coat of paint on them to see what metal would look like, I'm pretty disappointed. The layers edges are clearly visible on top and bottom (which are angled or curved a bit), and the whole surface was very grainy. You noted "with light polishing" on your ring example, which appears to be metal and looks good. Is it your experience that there's a direct correlation between the plastic versions and the metal versions, or do they try to smooth the surface before making a metal casting? I am unsure if mine were even actually polished as they are so grainy and rough, and am interested in the opinion of someone who has gone through the process, with success. Thank you, Dan
March 8, 2012, 6:13 pm
I am a new user of shapeways and wanted to get your opinion if you don't mind. I recently uploaded and had made 2 ring prototypes of my business logo in the "white polished" material, thinking if I was pleased with them I'd order them in metal, probably stainless. However on getting them here, and spraying a coat of paint on them to see what metal would look like, I'm pretty disappointed. The layers edges are clearly visible on top and bottom (which are angled or curved a bit), and the whole surface was very grainy. You noted "with light polishing" on your ring example, which appears to be metal and looks good. Is it your experience that there's a direct correlation between the plastic versions and the metal versions, or do they try to smooth the surface before making a metal casting? I am unsure if mine were even actually polished as they are so grainy and rough, and am interested in the opinion of someone who has gone through the process, with success. Thank you, Dan
March 8, 2012, 6:13 pm
I am a new user of shapeways and wanted to get your opinion if you don't mind. I recently uploaded and had made 2 ring prototypes of my business logo in the "white polished" material, thinking if I was pleased with them I'd order them in metal, probably stainless. However on getting them here, and spraying a coat of paint on them to see what metal would look like, I'm pretty disappointed. The layers edges are clearly visible on top and bottom (which are angled or curved a bit), and the whole surface was very grainy. You noted "with light polishing" on your ring example, which appears to be metal and looks good. Is it your experience that there's a direct correlation between the plastic versions and the metal versions, or do they try to smooth the surface before making a metal casting? I am unsure if mine were even actually polished as they are so grainy and rough, and am interested in the opinion of someone who has gone through the process, with success. Thank you, Dan
March 8, 2012, 6:13 pm
I am a new user of shapeways and wanted to get your opinion if you don't mind. I recently uploaded and had made 2 ring prototypes of my business logo in the "white polished" material, thinking if I was pleased with them I'd order them in metal, probably stainless. However on getting them here, and spraying a coat of paint on them to see what metal would look like, I'm pretty disappointed. The layers edges are clearly visible on top and bottom (which are angled or curved a bit), and the whole surface was very grainy. You noted "with light polishing" on your ring example, which appears to be metal and looks good. Is it your experience that there's a direct correlation between the plastic versions and the metal versions, or do they try to smooth the surface before making a metal casting? I am unsure if mine were even actually polished as they are so grainy and rough, and am interested in the opinion of someone who has gone through the process, with success. Thank you, Dan
March 8, 2012, 6:13 pm
I am a new user of shapeways and wanted to get your opinion if you don't mind. I recently uploaded and had made 2 ring prototypes of my business logo in the "white polished" material, thinking if I was pleased with them I'd order them in metal, probably stainless. However on getting them here, and spraying a coat of paint on them to see what metal would look like, I'm pretty disappointed. The layers edges are clearly visible on top and bottom (which are angled or curved a bit), and the whole surface was very grainy. You noted "with light polishing" on your ring example, which appears to be metal and looks good. Is it your experience that there's a direct correlation between the plastic versions and the metal versions, or do they try to smooth the surface before making a metal casting? I am unsure if mine were even actually polished as they are so grainy and rough, and am interested in the opinion of someone who has gone through the process, with success. Thank you, Dan
March 8, 2012, 6:13 pm
I am a new user of shapeways and wanted to get your opinion if you don't mind. I recently uploaded and had made 2 ring prototypes of my business logo in the "white polished" material, thinking if I was pleased with them I'd order them in metal, probably stainless. However on getting them here, and spraying a coat of paint on them to see what metal would look like, I'm pretty disappointed. The layers edges are clearly visible on top and bottom (which are angled or curved a bit), and the whole surface was very grainy. You noted "with light polishing" on your ring example, which appears to be metal and looks good. Is it your experience that there's a direct correlation between the plastic versions and the metal versions, or do they try to smooth the surface before making a metal casting? I am unsure if mine were even actually polished as they are so grainy and rough, and am interested in the opinion of someone who has gone through the process, with success. Thank you, Dan
March 8, 2012, 6:13 pm
I am a new user of shapeways and wanted to get your opinion if you don't mind. I recently uploaded and had made 2 ring prototypes of my business logo in the "white polished" material, thinking if I was pleased with them I'd order them in metal, probably stainless. However on getting them here, and spraying a coat of paint on them to see what metal would look like, I'm pretty disappointed. The layers edges are clearly visible on top and bottom (which are angled or curved a bit), and the whole surface was very grainy. You noted "with light polishing" on your ring example, which appears to be metal and looks good. Is it your experience that there's a direct correlation between the plastic versions and the metal versions, or do they try to smooth the surface before making a metal casting? I am unsure if mine were even actually polished as they are so grainy and rough, and am interested in the opinion of someone who has gone through the process, with success. Thank you, Dan
March 8, 2012, 6:13 pm
Do you recommend regular silver or glossy silver? Also is there any variance in the sizing? Like I am a size 11 with most rings, should I order a ring that is a bit bigger or smaller?
November 30, 2011, 6:18 am
I would pay to ship this to you and have you paint it the way you have the one that is your profile pic on here. It is just so awesome!
October 11, 2011, 3:23 am
The 3rd and 4th pictures (the colored ones) are actually 3D renderings not actual products. Unfortunately this finish is not available through shapeways but with a little paint and patience the look is achievable on your own. Thanks, -Scott
September 28, 2011, 11:31 am
Same question. Would really like to buy the "authentic" one.
September 28, 2011, 7:57 am
Which material is picture 3?
September 28, 2011, 5:45 am
 
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