Recent CAD graduate, looking to expand my portfolio!

Discussion in '3D Design Requests' started by alitahl, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. alitahl
    alitahl Member
    Hello! I recently graduated with a bachelors in CAD/CAM Engineering Technologies and am looking to test my skills, and see if I can help. For now I am offering my services for free, since I'm not too sure on the whole 3D printing (I have some experience). Please feel free to contact me to see if we can work together, thank you for your time!
     
  2. Sweet1985
    Sweet1985 Member
    Hi there,

    I'm looking to make some jewelry and charms. For instance, the skull on the necklace that I attached. I'm looking to do a similar with my logo in the back. If I draw it out, will you able to make a 3-d models?

    Thanks,
    Jenifer
     

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  3. alitahl
    alitahl Member
    PM Sent
     
  4. whovian
    whovian Member
    Hey Robbie,

    Thanks for the work on the cufflinks. I appreciate your prompt responses and your willingness to make minor adjustments as we reviewed the files. Just ordered a test set to see what the physical item will look like, and we can go from there. Thanks again!
     
  5. ellekruger
    ellekruger Member
    Hello,

    I am looking for someone to do a 3D model of a simple earring photograph that I have ready. I saw your post and I think this could be a good fit. It's a really simple job, but I will give you excellent feedback if you can complete this.

    I own a large spray tanning manufacturing company (www.envytan.com), but this is an unrelated side project. That said, we are always developing new products, and we could use a great modeler on our team. Please let me know if you are interested.

    Elle Kruger
    President/CEO
    EnvyTan, Inc.
    www.envytan.com
    elle@envytan.com
     

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    Last edited: Feb 22, 2013
  6. ellekruger
    ellekruger Member
    I wanted to make a few additional notes to my last email. The size of the gauge should be 16, not 18. Also, it needs to be just a hair shorter than it is, because of the complaints that it is just slightly longer than it should be, so in the cartilage part of your ear, it is poking them.

    This earring needs to be designed so that it can be worn on both the left ear and also on the right ear. In the image that I sent to you, the earring works perfectly for the left ear, however, when it is placed in the right ear, it is upside down. I hope this makes sense.
     
  7. eastofwest
    eastofwest Member
    Would you be interested in a 3D printed challenge coin for a military member? It would be Marine Corps related.

    Military challenge coins are what we use to reward or thank others. The problem is they usually cost 2-3 hundred dollars to print, so making custom ones for small units/jobs like mine are not financially feasible. Can you send me a PM if you are interested?
     
  8. jayjay
    jayjay Member
    Timing is an issue and I am not really in to the designing of materials. (I'm the seller) I want a set of chess pieces designed for printing and would like to have them designed for replication. I am new to the 3D printing situation also. If I could get a basic set to repeat it would be greatly appreciated. Thank You
     
  9. ShishiRanger
    ShishiRanger Member
    I just PMed you a request for an articulated figure plus accessories that I need :).
     
  10. myersk1
    myersk1 Member
    Are you still around? I'm in a small federal science & tech organization, and we would like a coin. We don't need to give out many, and won't be able to spend much anyway. Having a 3D printed coin is actually good for our 'tech' image. I don't have any artwork in mind yet. I was asking some of the other people who have made coins whether they could semi-customize, but going full custom would give us some better options for artwork.
    Kent Myers (ODNI / S&T)
    myersk1 at gmail