Rhino 3D designer

Discussion in 'Newcomers Lounge' started by billy57, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. billy57
    billy57 New Member
    Another new member of the forum, just saying hi - I've worked for quite a few years in Rhino 3D, though mainly for visualisation (http://www.blackswan.dk). Now I'm eager to try 3D printing.

    I have a wide range of interests, including model trains and trams (streetcars), architecture and jewellery.

    I've just uploaded my first product, a narrow-gauge goods wagon, which I've produced for some Scottish fans of narrow gauge:


    Hopefully I will be uploading some tram models (modern and veteran) soon, and then, who knows, perhaps even a steam locomotive.


  2. Youknowwho4eva
    Youknowwho4eva Shapeways Employee Community Team
    Welcome, I would like to see the melting globe printed in transparent or FUD. Or even a small one in silver. Would make an interesting trinket.
  3. billy57
    billy57 New Member
    Not a bad idea at all. :) Does SW have a suitable transparent material?
  4. Youknowwho4eva
    Youknowwho4eva Shapeways Employee Community Team
    Transparent detail is a little yellow, FUD (Frosted ultra detail) is more a white clear, as long as the support material issue has been resolved (from what I've seen so far it hasn't been fully resolved)
  5. billy57
    billy57 New Member
    Thanks youknowwho4eva!