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    Lightbulb Sooo I bought one of those 3D printers....

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    AWE YEEEAAHHH!!! Game Changer!!!!
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    He may have a phaser and a sword, but he is kind of exposed! Lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BATMAN89 View Post
    He may have a phaser and a sword, but he is kind of exposed! Lol!
    Yeah! What I need to get next is a sewing machine :D!
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    Way COOL!! Whatcha gonna make next?

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    What printer did you get? And what programs are you using? And what do you think of the process/results?

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    Awesome! Keep us posted. I have been toying with getting one myself.

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    Its so great to have an idea and be able to see it a few hours later. Like the replicator!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonGhost View Post
    What printer did you get? And what programs are you using? And what do you think of the process/results?
    Hello. I went with the Monoprice Delta. Nice price and great results for the cost. I do 3D modeling in an oldie but goodie. Truspace 3d and a little in Raydream Studio 5. I think PMWasson is right. I think you get the best results if you and print the object as two parts and glue them together. Or print the object in pieces and glue them together like a model. Right now I'm just trying to make stand-in accessories for the expensive vintage accessories I cannot afford to buy off ebay. But soon I hope to start creating custom accessories for all those Super-Heroes we wished for but never got from Mego.
    I said it before. For customizers these 3d printers will be a game changer!
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    3D print the man some pants, for God's sake.
    "If you take a dog which is starving and feed him and make him prosperous, that dog will not bite you. This is the primary difference between a dog and a man."

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