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    Technical Modeling
    Discussing techniques for using 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC machines, and other computer-driven modeling tools
    My First 3-D Print - Can You Tell What it Is???
    Todd Brody said:
    No, $60 in materials.  $49.90 for the media (4.99 cubic inches @ $10/cu in) and $10 for a tray.  The tray can be recycled.  It was printed on a Dimension Elite printer ($32K):
    https://www.3dhubs.com/3d-printers/dimension-el...  more
    My First 3-D Print - Can You Tell What it Is???
    No, $60 in materials.  $49.90 for the media (4.99 cubic inches @ $10/cu in) and $10 for a tray.  The tray can be recycled.  It was printed on a Dimension Elite printer ($32K):
    https://www.3dhubs.com/3d-printers/dimension-elite
     
    A viaduct for the J&B RR
    For me, the best part of having a 3D printer is that there are a lot of folks that bought one and are just trying to find “anything” to do with it.  Thus there are lots of items already available to be printed.  Some might need a lit...  more
    A viaduct for the J&B RR
    Ric Golding said:
    I love the idea of creating the needed tool
     
    Can 3d printers really do this ? Millions of wives are flocking to the 3d printer store if this is true. I must be true as the internet says so!
    Damnation....for an under 50yr old young ...  more
    A viaduct for the J&B RR
    Looks like the Augwick(sp?) Creek viaduct on the EBT.  Great example of the real world.
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    I love the idea of creating the needed tool on a 3D printer.  But I guess I find my self in the old school way of creating a compass or trammel to draw the...  more
    A viaduct for the J&B RR
    I'm trying to figure out if this will look OK, but I don't have a compass that will draw a 10" semicircle for the arches.
    But, wait, I DO have a 3D printer!
    Off to Tinkercad...eh, I can't figure how to make this stupid thing...so off to Thingiverse to see...  more
    Saw Mill Run Bridge v3.0
    David Maynard said:
    Cliff, you are learning from me? Your kidding. You with lasers and 3D printers, and me with a crappy Harbour Freight miniature chop saw that can't cut proper angles, and a Zona saw that likes to taste human blood (mine).
     
    C'mon D...  more
    Saw Mill Run Bridge v3.0
    David Maynard said:
    Cliff, you are learning from me? Your kidding. You with lasers and 3D printers, and me with a crappy Harbour Freight miniature chop saw that can't cut proper angles, and a Zona saw that likes to taste human blood (mine).
     
    Greg, I...  more
    Saw Mill Run Bridge v3.0
    Cliff, you are learning from me? Your kidding. You with lasers and 3D printers, and me with a crappy Harbour Freight miniature chop saw that can't cut proper angles, and a Zona saw that likes to taste human blood (mine).
     
    Greg, I like the look of si...  more