3D Printing

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by MadMan1701A, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. Sybeck1

    Sybeck1 Cadet Newbie

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    I have been 3D printing for a few years and now use Razors great TOS bridge model for a 10th scale full bridge. I have completed engineering now and was wondering if anyone knows of any TWOK era bridge models? Thanks
     
  2. MadMan1701A

    MadMan1701A Commodore Premium Member

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    That's awesome! I may have to download that... I've always wanted a small bridge that i could keep on my desk.

    Hey guys! Been pretty busy lately, I really haven't posted anything here in a while have I? I've built a shop out next to my house, and moved the whole model shop out of the house so that I could be better organized, and have more room. I've expanded my printer fleet up to 5 machines now, with one of them being an LCD Resin printer.

    I have an indoor paint station, good AC and everything out here. :)
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    I actually just finished this one today. The Planet Killer is about 14 inches long, and the little Starship is a little over an inch long. I printed it on my Resin machine, which can do a crazy amount of detail on tiny prints.
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    I'll try not to disappear for so long again. :D

    -Ricky
     
  3. ashefivekay

    ashefivekay Commander Red Shirt

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    Great to see you still around working on these! That's a great workspace!
     
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  4. publiusr

    publiusr Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Good to see you still at it.
     
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  5. valkyrie013

    valkyrie013 Commander Red Shirt

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    Oh, Is that an anycubic 3d? Hows that working out for you?
    I'm currently running a Form 2, and a couple string printers.. just wondering on the quality of the Lcd compared to the lazer. That and the Resin is a ton cheaper than the Form 2's.. by ALOT! ( $60 vs 180$) So were thinking of getting an anycubic for the smaller parts.. That and a Cricket cutter to cut up some vinil for paint masks and other things.. :)
    Though we NEED a bigger plate printer.. but the Form 3XL is $10,000 >_< maybe some day.
     
  6. Pauln6

    Pauln6 Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    Nice! My dream is some 1/6 scale Tmp bridge stations so I can pose the QMX figures like in the movie promo shots. Probably need some Perscan buckles for future pyjama outfits too...
     
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  7. fireproof78

    fireproof78 Admiral Admiral

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    Love the Abrams inspired ship. You planning on printing your Excelsior, and Saladin and the like?
    There actually was a toy of it (I have it somewhere) but your print looks amazing and I have no doubt it would be very popular to sell. From what I have read many people love that design.
    I have a similar question. I have a lot of 3.75/4" scale action figures and would love to print off a lot more playsets.