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    c4th- thanks a million, as a sculptor it's all just sculpting to me. that's whats so great about zbrush and modern prototyping. you can make it any size. yay

    DougE - if I'm not mistaken it's was one on the big 3d systems machine, i can find out wen i talk to metalphysic (the foundry I'm using)

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    Do you know what 3d printer they used to print that large object?

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    What resolution did you print at?

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    i have an email out so hopefully I'll be able to answer that soon

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    Any info yet?

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    not blowing you off .. trying to find out, they seem to be busy

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    ok, on the big 3d systyems in two parts. laser centered nylon at 35um

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    here is the link to my new zbrush workshops / uartsy class
    http://tomas-wittelsbach.zbrushworkshops.com/

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    It looks a bit rough for 35um, but looks awesome!
    When does your class starts?

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    lmao... good eye

    the preview is the 28th
    the class the 13th

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    Default Scalpel

    Did you ever make any of the Scalpel Blade Holders ?
    Your Artwork is AMAZING
    Newton

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    Default Great thread

    Cool Thread, Do you have any experience with the Form 2, 3D printer? Would the form 2 be a good investment for jewellery prints?

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    Newton - here is one a did for samppa, and thank you...


    montana2008- i just got a test grow from form 2 and i am impressed enough to say it is the desktop printer i want. i haven't held the castable resin but the detail in the plastic is lovely for a 3500 machine

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    from Ryan

    Hello! Not sure if I've told you about this. Last week was a bit busy setting up for Tomas Wittelsbach's webinar.

    But, My ZBrush Certification Hosted! course is now bundled with Tomas' Live Jewelry course.

    Go here to learn more.

    The ZBrush Certificate Hosted! course is a new way to access the Certificate class. Basically, you get everything the Live version has minus participation in the LIVE session.

    Tomas' class is Live when you get the cert you get me training you on the basics of ZBrush so that you can rock it in Tomas class.

    Have a great week,
    Ryan

    P.S. If you missed my webinar on the Certification program you can see it here:

    https://www.zbrushworkshops.com/store/QqeJQL4U

    Just click the play button.

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