Friday, August 5, 2011

High resolution pics

Hi Guys,

I was asked to post some size references near the objects, so you could see the resolution.

I didn't realize this before as I can see the objects, but I imagine that is quite hard to evaluate the quality and resolution without a reference...

So here we go.... high resolution pics

Regards,

Junior

PS: FAQ 4 coming soon...









23 comments:

  1. In a previous post there were several questions about an available kit. Can you post a link if that kit is available.
    Thanks

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  2. Incredible. Do you think there might be a way to scale it up so that the same system could be used to create objects of a larger size but with reduced resolution? I.e. move the projector further away from the 'casting tray' but let it cure for longer for each 'step'.

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  3. Ok, holy sh@t that´s what I call detail!

    HURRY UP, MAN, i WANT MY PRINTER ;-)

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  4. keep on the good job
    i really need a 3d printer for high detail model

    BTW i think you need a better camera

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  5. I think you should stop your camera down a quite a few stops and use a tripod (I think you used a Tripod). Expect a longish exposure to get a deep depth of field.

    This is now a must have let us KNOW ASAP what your sales plans are.

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  6. I want my printer, please hurry.

    Congrats man you are a genius

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  7. Looks great! Have you done any tests with larger models yet?

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  8. Hi Junior!

    Love what I've seen so far!

    May I ask how long it took to print the sphere?

    I'm going to be buying a 3D printer/kit soon, and will definitely keep up with your work. Hopefully it will be in my price range! Good luck depositing the patent, I think you have a great product here!

    Best,

    Jeff

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  9. Wow wonderfull! Really amazing. Hope to buy soon your "incredible machine"!
    Compliments and keep up your great work.
    Mattia

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  10. Take the time to print long runs.

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  11. very nice, are the resin materials safe for the environment? will they degrade with time, what are they made of?

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  12. Do You use a Tilt-Axis or is there a way to print without the Tilt-Action to dissolve the print from the Glas+Silicone ground?

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  13. Very glad to see the photos, a couple of questions:
    1. the last photo: there are tiny scratches on the surface, is there any way to do to achieve a much smoother surface or the resin(lost-wax type) can be modified after?
    2. a rough price range?
    Thank you!

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  14. That sphere looks fantastic.

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  15. Pôe isto a funcionar, que vai logo uma notícia para o meu Blog...
    Já pus uma,

    http://faz-voce-mesmo.blogspot.com/2011/05/3d-maravilha.html

    quero é por lá a do Lançamento! :D

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  16. Love what you're doing! AWESOME!

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  17. Really amazing project. Congratulations!

    But if you're going to use our model, please attribute!

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  18. Hi Love these results. after, Can you cast directly this resin in silver or gold

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  19. Hello,

    I just discovered your project, and I am impressed with the results!
    Can you tell me if your hardware is already marketed and
    what is the price?

    best regards
    jack
    (from France)

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  20. any news on the kit yet brother?

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  21. Really good job guys. Keep up the good work!

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