The Shield

Contest Ended, Winner(s) have been selected.
Description:
I want to design a 3D model of the attached file, without the center yellow arabic text. The model need to be ready for 3D printing. The dimensions of the Shield are 40x40cm. And I need it to be separated into smaller parts because my 3D printer max dimensions are 30x20x20cm.
Wants:
- Dimensions.
- Details on the shield.
- 3D printing ready.
- Separated parts can easily be assembled.
Ask for Sample:
Please provide me with a sample.
Software:
  1. SolidWorks
  2. 3ds Max
  3. Autodesk Maya
  4. Autodesk Inventor
  5. Rhinoceros

Entries

1st Winner
#13 Shield v1 by Io Design
I neglected to attach this pdf to the last submission... this is a bit new to me.
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2015-11-05 14:40:49
#10 shield by Julia_Sokolova
2015-11-04 05:55:57
#11 ESCUDO by mikron
Design in Autocad, render in 3dsmax, 4 files .stl ready to print. 400 mm. diameter.
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2015-11-04 23:53:58
#1 shield by yazid jikin
email me if this not full filled your requirement
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2015-10-10 03:39:51
#2 shield by yazid jikin
any problem can email me ajid6451@gmail.com
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2015-10-10 10:16:49
#3 3m by cadmec
antic disc -3d for 3d printing
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2015-10-12 10:51:03
#4 Shield by Iyan bett
2015-10-15 19:14:57
#7 shield by yazid jikin
PART 1 IS HERE, CAN UPLOAD BOTH OF THEM.. PART 2 IS ON THE PREVIOUS SUBMIT
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2015-10-20 08:34:22
#9 shield by Julia_Sokolova
First step
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2015-11-03 19:15:57
#12 Shield v1 by Io Design
The attached pdf explains how the shield is assembled and how to view the model in 3d using the attached .easm file.
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2015-11-05 14:32:28
#14 shield by edward m barnes
2015-11-06 00:04:45

Discussion

Abdullah

Buyer

Mon, 12 Oct 2015 05:00:34 +0000
Faiz I want the actual size to be 40cm
Fri, 09 Oct 2015 01:36:26 +0000
Salam Abdullah, can we make rad. 40cm in 3D data and you adjust scale to be suit with your 3D printer machine?
Wed, 07 Oct 2015 10:19:03 +0000
RayS makes a very good point unless you need the shield to be in plastic due to weight / appearance.

Designing only the ornaments to be glued on the existing shield would be quicker, cheaper and easy to print.

Abdullah

Buyer

Wed, 07 Oct 2015 09:26:07 +0000


Ultimaker 2 Extended

Abdullah

Buyer

Wed, 07 Oct 2015 09:23:19 +0000


3mm to 5mm. The dome radius is mentioned in the contest 40cm
Wed, 07 Oct 2015 09:22:20 +0000
As a person who has been using 3D printing for antiques and restoration work I would suggest that you use an existing metal bowl/dome off the shelf and print the intricate work on your 3D printer and then attach it (adhesive or otherwise)

Assuming that a 3D printed version will not be functional and is for aesthetics, you want as authentic a look as possible and for that the intricacy of the work is as importance as integrity of the bowl. I or anyone else would be happy to make the STLs for the decorations which would be under 10 smaller designs that you can print easily, coat the metallic color you seek and attach to the dome.

Just my 2cents.

Abdullah

Buyer

Wed, 07 Oct 2015 09:21:48 +0000
Hi

More than two parts will fit because the printer dimensions are 30x20x20cm.

The thickness could be 3mm to 5mm, and yes I need a curvature.
Wed, 07 Oct 2015 00:40:23 +0000
How about the ornaments surrounding the Arabic calligraphy? Do you want them?
Tue, 06 Oct 2015 11:41:26 +0000
Hey there,

I am just curious about what 3D printer are you using? Can you give me it's name and model please?

Best regards,
Ovidiu
Tue, 06 Oct 2015 09:25:15 +0000
Hi,

I just want to ask that what thickness and dome radius will be.
Tue, 06 Oct 2015 08:18:24 +0000
Hi Abdullah,
Greetings from STL
Is it OK, if I split the job into two vertical or horizontal pieces then I suppose will fit into your 3D Printer?
What thickness you are looking for as well as the curvature of the dome.

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