Saturday, December 22, 2018

my christmas present...

Thanks to this video and a couple days of research, I decided a 3D printer might pay for itself pretty quickly by expanding my silver casting horizons with the ability to print masters in plastic to cast from so I ordered this one to try out.  The printer along with a spool of PLA filament came to $110.59 after I cashed in the balance from my Amazon rewards card.  The custom stamp I ordered for that last coin job of the year cost my client over $200.  Even though this printer is one of the cheapest available, it's had really good reviews and I have just about mastered free 3D design software called Tinkercad.  This could be a real game changer...  62,71,39,0,B

9 comments:

Sam Finn said...

Exciting … even from this far away.

remmij said...

hope you don't have to print your own bow…

will be interesting to see how it works out - I've been peppered with ads for the Glowforge Plus 3D Laser Printer… don't know why…
a brave new frontier… can the Chupa, Ben & JW robots be far off – green, of course…

I know - a different machine/function from the direction you are going…
Tom's guide
SERP
it's a deluge of types & capabilities

John Wells said...

Thank you...but I have already done my research and pulled the trigger.

remmij said...

…wasn't trying to re-direct you or 2nd guess… just looking at some info…
I think I've heard of that guy…

Margery Bills said...

Be sure it is covered and sand and dust do not get on it.

Dizzy-Dick said...

I had no idea that you could purchase those for that small amount of money. I figured that they were multiple thousands of dollars.

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