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  #61  
Old Fri 16 July 2010, 11:46
fabrun
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france
France
no animals had been hurt during this modeling operation
i promise
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  #62  
Old Fri 16 July 2010, 13:36
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
My dream is to come up with fake rhino horn that fools most of the Asians most of the time. That should generate some income while saving some rhino.
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  #63  
Old Fri 16 July 2010, 23:21
Kobus_Joubert
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Dalview
South Africa
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If you scratch long enough in those dustbins you might just cook up something.
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  #64  
Old Mon 26 July 2010, 10:21
fabrun
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france
France
let's add some new things
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  #65  
Old Mon 26 July 2010, 10:23
fabrun
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france
France
and
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  #66  
Old Mon 26 July 2010, 12:23
PEU
Just call me: Pablo
 
Buenos Aires
Argentina
Fabrice, models look great, one suggestion, using edges of other shape than rounded or plain 90degrees adds a lot of machining time, they look great on the screen but take a long time to machine.
Just a comment, Im not saying its impossible to cut what you designed.
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  #67  
Old Mon 26 July 2010, 12:34
fabrun
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france
France
i understand pablo
round edge is for more comfort
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  #68  
Old Mon 26 July 2010, 14:01
Travish
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Wa
United States of America
Fabrice,

What software are you using to slice a 3d model up into the slotted pcs like this?

Thanks,
Travis
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  #69  
Old Mon 26 July 2010, 21:40
fabrun
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france
France
hi travis
solidworks
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  #70  
Old Tue 27 July 2010, 10:24
Greg J
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Hagerman, New Mexico
United States of America
Quote:
Originally Posted by PEU View Post
Fabrice, models look great, one suggestion, using edges of other shape than rounded or plain 90degrees adds a lot of machining time, they look great on the screen but take a long time to machine.
Just a comment, I'm not saying its impossible to cut what you designed.
Pablo,

I'm struggling with the same issue. Trying to design around the issue, but still in the design stage as of today. When I finish designing the base for a burl table I'm currently working on, I'll let you know. The creative process is a slow one for myself, but I never said I was fast.
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  #71  
Old Wed 28 July 2010, 04:11
fabrun
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france
France
3d head

let's add this
can be useful to hold sunglasses or earring
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  #72  
Old Tue 10 August 2010, 22:33
fabrun
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france
France
a rocking chair

hi everyone
last add
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  #73  
Old Wed 11 August 2010, 05:57
PEU
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Buenos Aires
Argentina
Nice!

Suggestion, make the seat area more anatomic, instead of a flat surface you can use 2 or three parts to make it more comfortable.
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  #74  
Old Wed 11 August 2010, 19:56
lunaj76
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Littleton, (Colorado)
United States of America
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I really like it, my wife wants one for our wedding anniversary.
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  #75  
Old Wed 11 August 2010, 20:34
fabrun
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france
France
thanks alot

good suggestion Pablo (for a futur version!)

lunaj76, pm send


everything hold on without glue, use of a "key part"
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  #76  
Old Wed 11 August 2010, 22:37
Gerald D
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Cape Town
South Africa
You can make the corner cuts much less:

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Last edited by Gerald D; Thu 12 August 2010 at 07:37..
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  #77  
Old Wed 11 August 2010, 22:48
fabrun
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france
France
thanks gerald for this good advice
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  #78  
Old Wed 11 August 2010, 23:35
Kobus_Joubert
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Dalview
South Africa
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I have cut some of your designs, and because I have to use a 6mm or sometimes a 9mm bit to give me length to cut through 19mm ply, that corner comes out smaller by itself.
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  #79  
Old Thu 12 August 2010, 03:12
fabrun
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france
France
today let's add a mirror frame
a flat version and a decorated version
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  #80  
Old Thu 12 August 2010, 03:55
PEU
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Buenos Aires
Argentina
Fabrice, you need your MM built ASAP, with your design talent it will pay for itself in no time!

Once Again, very nice!!!
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  #81  
Old Thu 12 August 2010, 05:58
fabrun
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france
France
thanks again pablo
i'm living in a so small country (but very beautiful, have a look: http://www.reunion.fr/)
it means small market
nevertheless, i have the aim to build a little cnc
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  #82  
Old Thu 12 August 2010, 06:45
KenC
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Klang
Malaysia
BEautiful! How long does it take to cut?
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  #83  
Old Thu 12 August 2010, 10:26
fabrun
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france
France
i don't have the answer now but will give one later
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  #84  
Old Sat 04 September 2010, 04:13
fabrun
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france
France
hi everyone
here are the new objects
thanks
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  #85  
Old Sat 04 September 2010, 08:09
PEU
Just call me: Pablo
 
Buenos Aires
Argentina
Excelent designs! you should submit them to YankoDesign.com !

Are you using models designed by you or using free models available online? I tried to slice rhino or other surface models in Solidworks and never got the the procedure worked out completely.
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  #86  
Old Sat 04 September 2010, 10:22
fabrun
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france
France
thanks pablo
all the models are off course designed by me from scratch, only the rhino and the head was made from 3d reference
if you have a problem in a slice, send me the file, i will have a look
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  #87  
Old Sun 05 September 2010, 00:12
hennie
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Roodepoort JHB
South Africa
Fabrice can I also send you a file?
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  #88  
Old Sun 05 September 2010, 01:22
fabrun
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france
France
yes, of course (use the email in my website)
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Old Tue 07 September 2010, 04:38
fabrun
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france
France
one more
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Old Tue 07 September 2010, 04:40
Kobus_Joubert
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Dalview
South Africa
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Ok I will take a 4,2 meter one to use it for a Satellite Dish.
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