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(NPR)   Museums welcome consumer 3D printers so: "3-D prints of sculptures by greats like Rodin or Michelangelo are as common as posters of a Van Gogh"   (npr.org) divider line 6
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2013-10-11 11:55:28 AM
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Got damned 3-D printer ran out of marble so I had to finish it with the cheap stuff.
2013-10-11 11:56:24 AM
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Quantum Apostrophe: farkeruk: So, to get a $200 Rodin replica statue (like the ones they sell in the Rodin museum), I only have to spend $2200?

Luddite.

xria: Iknhaton: I'm pretty sure that at this point there is nothing they can't do.

Next we should 3D print out a spaceship to travel to Mars with a crew, and with a 3D printer on the spaceship to 3D print out all the food, water and air they will need on the trip.

I'm there dude, that's the future. Just don't forget to pack the XXL "table of the elements" cartridge.


I am starting to question your dedication to Sparkle Motion
2013-10-11 08:03:58 PM
1 votes:

Kibbler: My wife is into dollhousing.  I told her a couple years ago, this whole 3D printing thing will completely turn miniatures inside out.  Watch and see.  It wasn't too long after that, that she came home with a figure for a dollhouse.  Generally they're crudely-made "dolls" that don't look at all real.  This one was 3D-printed, and is the perfect depiction of a grumpy, disheveled, frowning old man possible.  It was love at first sight.

I just had another brainwave the other day.  There will be a trend of people 3D printing characters and props from iconic movie scenes so they can recreate them in miniature.


Citadel will push to make it illegal.
2013-10-11 04:18:31 PM
1 votes:
She looks down her shoulder with an intense gaze, her taught neck muscles protruding.

Who taught the bust's neck muscles, and what were they taught?
2013-10-11 01:19:31 PM
1 votes:

xria: Iknhaton: I'm pretty sure that at this point there is nothing they can't do.

Next we should 3D print out a spaceship to travel to Mars with a crew, and with a 3D printer on the spaceship to 3D print out all the food, water and air they will need on the trip.


You're like QAs bitter, immature, less eloquent little brother.
2013-10-11 11:47:22 AM
1 votes:

Quantum Apostrophe: I'm there dude, that's the future. Just don't forget to pack the XXL "table of the elements" cartridge.


ALL HAIL TECHNOBEVETS.
 
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