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COMPETITION 3D Printer First Prize - Design Contest

Posted by ZinghZinger 
COMPETITION 3D Printer First Prize - Design Contest
November 11, 2013 07:34AM
To enter the Christmas contest applicants need to 3D model and upload a design to either (or both) of the submission design categories -

Category 1 - a 3D printable decorative object with an 'endangered species' theme
Category 2 - a 3D printable object for use during the seasonal festivities / with a seasonal theme

My Mini Factory will be accepting entries from the 4th of November till the 20th of November. After this, entries will be posted on the website for a 3 week voting period.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/13/2013 05:09AM by ZinghZinger.

www.myminifactory.com - 3D printable file sharing platform
Re: COMPETITION 3D Printer First Prize - Design Contest
November 28, 2013 12:00AM
Great. I took part in the game. The category one. Hawksbill Sea Turtle.





Please download the model, if you like it. Here is the link.
[www.myminifactory.com]

Thank you
Re: COMPETITION 3D Printer First Prize - Design Contest
November 28, 2013 03:02PM
I did enter this contest too. My design is based on a coralform that you can use as a cap for a led-tealight. The design was made completely on my ipad with 123d design (It could have been made easier with a more complete program but what fun is that? ;-) )
You can download it here and cast your vote that way





Re: COMPETITION 3D Printer First Prize - Design Contest
December 04, 2013 07:16PM
I put a holiday spin on a classic. Yoda is everyone's favorite elf.
Download here if you feel like voting for me: [www.myminifactory.com]




Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/04/2013 07:20PM by Isos.
Re: COMPETITION 3D Printer First Prize - Design Contest
December 11, 2013 10:47PM
How big of your model? The printer can't make a clear detail of the face.
I can see the gap of the mouth. Is it larger than 1mm?
Re: COMPETITION 3D Printer First Prize - Design Contest
March 18, 2014 05:18PM
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myblenderacc
How big of your model? The printer can't make a clear detail of the face.
I can see the gap of the mouth. Is it larger than 1mm?

Probably that's due to the orientation of the print. You see the layers are 90° from the horizontal plane, so the back of Yoda was the base for the print.
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