Imagine it

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Description:
I need to make a companies Logo into a 3d model that would have the ability to be 3d printed in color sand stone and clear resin so there would be two separate STL files one of which would be a color stl file
Wants:
The 3D model Needs to look like the pictures and have the THINK SOLUTIONS Incorporated in front of the model on a platform
Don't Wants:
stand on a desk
Ask for Sample:
I would like to see a sample
Software:
  1. Reg stl File for clear re
Additional Information
I want it to stand on a desk

Entries

#6 think bulb by robhare
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think bulb , just average dimensions at the moment.
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2014-06-08 12:08:50
#5 3D logo sample by Albertus Putra
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another sample of your 3D logo
still find a way to place the logo-text
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2014-06-07 19:44:40
#4 bulb-head by Albertus Putra
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this is a sample for your request
where I can place the logo?
please give a feedback
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2014-06-07 19:41:26
#3 Imagine it by Ing. Ovidiu
Hey there.
I do not have the material you suggested in my library, but I used ABS.
You can use whatever material the printer can.
Let me know if it's ok,
Ovidiu
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2014-06-04 18:47:22
#2 Imagin by Irfan
2014-05-31 07:02:11
#1 test by Irfan
2014-05-24 10:15:57

Discussion

Albertus Putra

Designer

Thu, 05 Jun 2014 14:46:47 +0000
you mean that 3D model consist of clear resin in head shape, and inner-bulb in colored sandstone?
Fri, 23 May 2014 13:04:30 +0000
there are limits to what can be done with 3D printing. There are size limitations and material constraints. But if you are ok with making minor changes to the design, to make it possible to print, I can do this for you. This is my 3D print shop: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/artisteroi

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