- Shreded skullsOk so a lot of people liked my vase that I made. This was done using a similar technique. You start out the same way as you would if you were making a vase (I posted a tutorial on the vase entry). Once you get a 360 set of t-splines you then place your favorite model on top of the splines, then do a intersect combine. what your left with is a shredded looking model! ... so that's the quick explanation. I'll have to post a video tutorial when I have more time! I have included 3 of the models for you to download or 3D print! If you guys have any questions I'd love to help. Thanks for looking! James Alday ImmersedN3D LLC. Orlando Florida
- Twisted vaseSo I downloaded a vase from thingiverse and was hoping my wife and friends would be impressed. They said I should have modeled a vase myself!!! Inspired by the vases modeled by user Zampik (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:390713), I set out to make one of my own. I found the design incredibly easy with Fusion360. The print took around 20hrs and failed at least 5-6 times before I could figure out the optimal print settings! Wife loves it. I've included a walk through video for those who want to make a unique vase of their own. I also included the *.stl if you guys want to print mine.
- Water Gun Mark 2Okay, Water Gun 1 was a flop. It looked nice but I wasn't paying attention to the min radius on the surfaces when I was sculpting and so when the time came to split the body and shell it to 1mm thickness it wouldn't work. Welcome to Water Gun Mark 2! For this project I took apart an existing water gun and will be using the internal parts in a 3d printed version of this exterior - at least that is the plan. Pictured here is a render of the prototype, a reference photo of the original gun that I used to model the internal hard points and the shelled external parts.
- Clock RadioI've been looking for a good alarm clock recently, and have been really disappointed with what's out there - which motivated me to design an alternative! Plus, I haven't done any injection-mold designs in a while, so that was super. Updated May 22 with render from Fusion's EPIC new rendering environment - it's the second picture.
- Recessed pattern testTrying out some of the features from the bike lug tutorial, I took a few liberties with it like making the face cuts in a T Spline cylinder and using the thicken tool for more uniform wall thickness and neater edges, and using the sweep tool to cut out the pattern instead of the raised pipes. I dont know anything about metal fabrication but would like to try out the new CAM capabilities on my next project and will have to find someone with a workshop :)