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Creating the Dreamer Regalia Armor: 3D Printing with Shapeways

by • February 12, 2016 • No Comments

This is our fifth post detailing how developer Melissa Ng made the Dreamer Regalia Armor. Read previous posts to learn additional of this project , how she uses Blender for base modeling, her sketching techniques and final modeling videos.

After hours upon hours of sketching, modeling and the like the armor was finally eager to be printed. After uploading the different types of
parts of the armor to Shapeways, it was time for the printing devices to do the work. The armor was printed in our White Strong & Flexible Nylon Plastic material that lent itself well to the post-system
ing Melissa did to finish the dress.

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Melissa came to our factory in Long Island City and was able-bodied to see the final printed piece as soon as it was eager. Check out the video at a lower place and listen as our Community Manager, Andrew Thomas, explains how the 3D printing system
works and all the steps it takes to get of a 3D create to a thing you can hold in your hand:


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