Designs by PETER LAKATOS

For Project: Wobbly Ball
1st Winner
#6 Wobbly Ball by PETER LAKATOS
Hi
These files are different formats of the same ball,
If i come up with another design i will change the ball color in the screensot.
Thank you
Peter
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2014-01-23 00:00:54
#5 Wobbly Ball by PETER LAKATOS
Please let me know if you would like some modifications made, suggestions, requests or feedback.
Thank you
Peter
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2014-01-22 23:54:08
#10 Ball 2 by PETER LAKATOS
A smooth ball with egg shaped interior .
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2014-01-29 07:48:05
#12 Ball 4 by PETER LAKATOS
This version has the core in a cilindrical shape.
I can update any design, perhaps use the outer texture of the first ball on the others. I welcome any suggestions or feedback you may have.
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2014-01-29 12:07:07

Discussion

PETER LAKATOS

Designer

Tue, 18 Feb 2014 20:39:43 +0000
I just realized i wrote a lot, the short answer is:
- if a 3D printer prints the ball using a spongy material, it will be as in the 3D model, with the hollow inside, making it roll crooked.

PETER LAKATOS

Designer

Tue, 18 Feb 2014 20:37:12 +0000
English is not my native language :) i hope i managed to answer your questions, if not please tell me. I will gladly respond.

PETER LAKATOS

Designer

Tue, 18 Feb 2014 20:35:02 +0000
Hello Scott
Thank you!
Yes they are the same, entry number 6 was made to provide different file formats to maximize software compatibility.
I believe that the whoever does the fabrication whether using 3d printing or even using asymmetric molding process can create the product.
I aimed to design the ball so that it is simple and does not have any difficult areas or slopes that would not be compatible with 3d printing.
I have not worked with spongy materials used in 3D printers before, so i made sure the design will not cause problems, as i did for the other entries.
I also aimed to have not to thin walls, as they would brake in time... being a spongy material.

I am always available for more clarifications and eventual modifications.
Kindest regards.
Peter

Scott V

Buyer

Tue, 18 Feb 2014 19:24:02 +0000
It looks to me like your designs numbered 5 & 6 are the same. With showing the inside. I like this design the most. Can I produce the ball with a spongy material and still have a hollow inside section so that the ball rolls crooked?