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Laurie Annis

HyperbeamGraphics

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HyperbeamGraphics commented on Perfect Cherub by HyperbeamGraphics
June 28, 2016
Perfect Cherub
HyperbeamGraphics @brandon_ramsaran23 Thank you for your question! Unfortunately wax is not one of the materials that Shapeways offers to us sellers to print in. My best advice would be to try the cheapest material available (I think Plastic: White Strong and Flexible might be the cheapest available) and create a mold yourself. I would browse the forums to see if other jewelry makers have figured out the best way to get wax molds from Shapeways products, but unfortunately that is not my expertise. Good luck! And thank you again for your interest in my sculpture!
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