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Old 28-09-2004, 08:43 PM   #1
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The dog from the free cartoon dog tutorial. After modeling I printed it on a 3D printer and took this picture.

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Old 28-09-2004, 08:46 PM   #2
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Another try with the picture.
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At first I thought it was just an awesome render! Very cool! i've always wanted to try a 3d printer. How much did it cost to get it "printed"?
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cool. Looks good also. and I'm also wandering about how much it was. How you found them. etc..
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3d printer? they actually make a clay model of a 3d model?

This is news to me.
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How big are the dimensions on the dog?

P.S. There is a demo on one @ http://www.zcorp.com/products/demo.asp?ID=1
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amazing ...
good job on the ears also. nice!
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excellent stuff!!
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I'm work at the University of Michigan 3D Lab. One of our services is 3D printing, so the printer is located just across the hall from me.

http://mu3d.ummu.umich.edu/equipment...d_printer.html

The price of an object depends on if you are affiliated with the University of Michigan (student, faculty, staff, ...) - the pricelist for those individuals is on the web page. For everybody else more commercial rates apply, because we can not undercut commercial businesses. It depends on the material used, the size of the model (amount of powder used) and detail of the model (time to finish it up).
The dog was printed used a gypsy based plaster at a size of 105mm x 48mm x 110mm (4.1" x 1.9" x 4.3"). The price for this model would be $75.

If you are interested in a quote contact me through SimpleMaya or use the email address on the webpage.

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umm ... house or 3d printer?

Start around £15,000

you can get color ones now.
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