OT: Pi tripod case

Mike Bonner bonnmike at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 18:52:45 EDT 2016


I'm working with some high quality test materials here at home first
(aka,cardboard and foamboard) to figure out what I want, and then will
tackle converting to a model.  As far as the 3d modeling goes, I have a
tiny bit of experience with blender, but know so little I might as well be
starting from scratch. (I did take an autocad 11 class LONG ago)  Tutorials
are in my future I can tell.

On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 4:44 PM, Lynn Fredricks <
lfredricks at proactive-intl.com> wrote:

> > http://www.shapeways.com
>
> Shapeways prints are surprisingly good. I have visited with them previously
> at SIGGRAPH, where they showed off prints using different materials and
> metals.
>
> You do need to model very carefully and specifically for 3d printing.
> Remember how you were warned not to mix up color formats and image
> resolutions before sending something to a professional printer - or you
> will
> end up with a major surprise? Same thing or worse with 3D printing.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Lynn Fredricks
> Paradigma Software
> http://www.paradigmasoft.com
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