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3D scan and rapid prototyping

3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby protowax » Thu May 16, 2013 11:19 pm

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Hello guys..
Just to show you some results I got with the new David version..
I must say that they did a great work.. The fusion I got is better than what I got with geomagic, polyworks or rapidform..
very well done guys !!!
some (difficult) examples.. the originals "bronze" are from a friend... Cathy Bon who is an handsome sculptor and a jewelery designer..

see the pics..
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby protowax » Thu May 16, 2013 11:21 pm

others pics....
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby protowax » Thu May 16, 2013 11:39 pm

and some pics of the wax...
sorry for the quality of the pics... Iphone..
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby protowax » Thu May 16, 2013 11:43 pm

protowax wrote:others pics....

and a (bad) pic of the wax...
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby dangre » Fri May 17, 2013 9:52 pm

If I may ask, what printer are you using?
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby protowax » Sat May 18, 2013 1:53 pm

yes sure .. a 3Dsystem cpx printer for wax printing... we modied the cpx to get a 8 microns resolution in Z
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby hunkatibor2 » Mon Jun 10, 2013 2:50 pm

Intel Xeon E5410 2.33GHZ 16GB RAM Windows 7 64bit David 4.5.0
2 Basler A622F camera 2 Tamron Asfirical AF 28-80mm lense
LG DLP Projector PF1500G Canon D40 Tokina 17-70mm 1:2.8-4,5
Humanti Calibration panel system and Alignmed&Two camera
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby edwardjennings66 » Wed Aug 06, 2014 2:39 pm

Aside from wax, have you also tried 3D printing this model in plastic filaments like ABS and PLA? I’m curious what will be the result. Both have good quality, but ABS is prone to warping making PLA the best material for prototyping models. But they say nylon filaments are also worth to try. I’m thinking of buying this 3d2print's nylon-filament. Any experience with nylon material?
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby MayCrown » Wed Aug 06, 2014 8:30 pm

protowax wrote:yes sure .. a 3Dsystem cpx printer for wax printing... we modied the cpx to get a 8 microns resolution in Z


What's the price of that printer?
http://www.shapeways.com/shops/MayCrown
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Re: 3D scan and rapid prototyping

Postby 3dtech » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:04 am

wowww its amazing ,thanks for this information.
one another 3d printing service india ever used for printind.
The awareness is spreading and everyone want’s their hands on 3d printing.The Indian subcontinent is just starting to realize how to make use of this unrestricted borderless technology. From high profile government officers to the final year PHD students, we’ve been working with these amazing curious minds pushing our engineering creativity at the best.
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Once such project we got our hands on, is the Dolly Varden shipwreck project. Built in 1872 the boat was considered as the fastest sailboat for around 63 years. 150 years of age, the boat has been found and undergone reconstruction projects since last 25 years. The shipwreck went through scanning expertise of Mr. Simon Brown from Deep3d – UK. We were lucky enough to be approached by him for constructing a 3d model out of his scans. After a week stitching the point cloud mesh and 15 hours of printing, volla! We had our hands on mini-me Dolly.
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thanks for this information.
visit: http://vexmatech.com
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