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Posts Tagged ‘shapeways’


Shapeways 3D Metal Printing in Video

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Geeks3D Daily News Round-up (2009.01.09)

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Geeks3D Daily 3D News

PC Games Hardware uses FurMark for stress tests, too.
PC Games Hardware uses FurMark for stress tests, too.

EGVA GeForce GTX 295
EGVA GeForce GTX 295

“All 3D news you missed today (and yesterday…) in a single post!”



Today: GeForce 3D, GeForce GTX 295, ForceWare 181.20, OpenGL 3.0, MathSurf, Shapeways, iPhone, Pygame, Mesa 7.3, Direct3D and SFML 1.4.


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Geeks3D Daily News Round-up (2009.01.06)

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Geeks3D Daily 3D News

Black Ball Optical Illusion
Black Ball Optical Illusion

“All 3D news you missed today in a single post!”



Today: Shapeways, Ardor3D, Platinum Arts Sandbox, GeForce GTX 285, Galaxy GeForce GTX 260 55nm, Sapphire Radeon HD 4870 Toxic, NVIDIA GT215, Edge Detection with Direct3D 10, Shadow Mapping and GLSL.


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3D Printing in 4 Simple Steps: Shapeways

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by JeGX - 2008/08/01 at 20:50

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Have you ever wanted to turn your 3D designs into reality? Enter Shapeways! Just upload your design, Shapeways prints it and ship it to you – it’s easy. Within ten working days you’ll hold your own design in your hands.



How does it work?

If you know how to use 3D software then you’re ready to get started. Here’s how you do it:
1. Create a design in your own 3D application
2. Export it to Collada or X3D format
3. Upload it to your own Shapeways page
4. Choose the right material
5. Check the instant production quote
6. Pay by PayPal or credit-card