3d wire frame modeling

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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Keith Sherwin » Mon Dec 12, 2016 6:26 pm

Look at #6 & #7 Fred.
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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Malcolm Ferrie » Tue Dec 13, 2016 1:53 am

Hi Fred,
Here's a copy of the message I got back from Playcraft, the manufacturers of the 3d designs...............
projects that we have available are made by our design team, in vector format (made in Adobe Illustrator).
Price for individual projects is $ 10.
With project file you will get the bmp 1 bit b/w ready for engraving on the laser, ai vector file (complet + outline for cut) and eps (for import on corel draw).

At the moment the following projects are available:
3d spiral lamp
3d round bulb
3d horn / black hole
3d ballon
3d Dolphin
3d 2Heart
3d Football
3d AngryBirds
3d Snoopy
3d Dinosaur (*vector outline, image in bmp only)
3d Claw


Files can be obtained upon payment to PayPal addresss: daliborr@libero.it
The individual project is $ 10usd, all projects in the packages can be obtained for $ 99 (11 projects)
Payment is possible and via Skrill or payoneer invoice.
You can use the graphics in templates that you resell.
(You cannot Sell (files project), sublicense, distribute or otherwise grant rights or make available files for use by others all or a portion of the Images in form or formats designed or intended for re-use of the Assets. )
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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Keith Sherwin » Tue Dec 13, 2016 3:23 am

Hi Malcolm & Ray, Certainly sounds like a reasonable price for the items. They are amazing.
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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Malcolm Ferrie » Tue Dec 13, 2016 4:04 am

Too late Keith, I've purchased them
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Corel Draw 12 & x7, Artcam, Cut 2D, PhotoGrav
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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Keith Sherwin » Tue Dec 13, 2016 4:13 am

Good for you Malcolm. I would bet you will get a great return on that investment.
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Made 5 CNC's, Electronics, Electrical, PLC & Computer background.
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Lead in creation of the RDWorksLab English Manual.
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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Gene Uselman » Tue Dec 13, 2016 7:52 am

Well- this will be one of my studies on our road trip to San Diego. Here is a good website comparing the different programs and pricing (including which are free for hobbyists and non-commercial users) to determine what you might want to pursue. https://www.matterhackers.com/articles/ ... re-for-you

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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Keith Sherwin » Tue Dec 13, 2016 8:34 am

Guys, You might want to look at http://www.daz3d.com/hexagon-2-5-download-version at $20 it looks to do wireframes. Works with Win (7-10) 32/64 and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9 and 10.10. Not supported in Mac OS X 10.11+.
69 Real (80)Watt Laser w/multi FL lenses. T.L.
Made 5 CNC's, Electronics, Electrical, PLC & Computer background.
:idea: Started this forum - Using RDWorks V8.01.21 on W7 Pro
Lead in creation of the RDWorksLab English Manual.
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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Ian Bell » Tue Dec 13, 2016 8:36 am

Malcolm Ferrie wrote:Too late Keith, I've purchased them


Excellent decision, I think these are great, i'll certainly be getting them at some stage, they are very effective.
Planning either a 60W or 80W laser
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Re: 3d wire frame modeling

Postby Ray McCrodden » Sun Jan 01, 2017 9:03 am

Thanks for the link Keith.
I have been a hands on guy my entire life and I am 68 years old now. I still purchase the tools and equip. needed to do a job rather then paying someone else. To that end I would rather learn how to produce these files then purchase them, I have specific things I want to work with and have not found any commercially available files even close to what I want / need. I am also just in this for a hobby so my learning how to design 3d illusion projects is a big part of that enjoyment.
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