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post #781 of 4775
LoL, 3D girls anyone? :-D
post #782 of 4775
Here u are ginta. Feel free to print her out.😃
post #783 of 4775
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Originally Posted by UnityIsPower View Post

"Seriously though, it would need to be printed to a pretty good tolerance most likely if you had a solid design down to even start with, the valve I mean."

Bro please.. I am a professionals. Behold!


Check out that magnificent shading! It's ok, I'll opensource it 😁

How's this printer?
http://formlabs.com/products/our-printer

You are going places, son!
If the printer is too dumb to be able to do something with this 3D-model-masterpicethingy, then its not worth its money.

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Originally Posted by UnityIsPower View Post

"Seriously though, it would need to be printed to a pretty good tolerance most likely if you had a solid design down to even start with, the valve I mean."

Bro please.. I am a professionals. Behold!


Check out that magnificent shading! It's ok, I'll opensource it 😁

How's this printer?
http://formlabs.com/products/our-printer

It's a pretty printer? I have no idea.

Obviously my concerns were unfounded. Carry on.
post #785 of 4775
That's what I keep telling my potential employers Tom but they say the printers not the problem. Incomprehensible!

Yup, look at that shiny orange cover... You know it's pure quality when they add bright orange. biggrin.gif


ROFLMAO
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Quote:
Originally Posted by UnityIsPower View Post

"Seriously though, it would need to be printed to a pretty good tolerance most likely if you had a solid design down to even start with, the valve I mean."

Bro please.. I am a professionals. Behold!


Check out that magnificent shading! It's ok, I'll opensource it 😁

How's this printer?
http://formlabs.com/products/our-printer

 

The Z-azis resolution is fantastic. So that should be more than enough resolution for IEMs. Most printers only have a Z-Axis resolution of 200-250 Micron which can make a rather grainy (or rough) print. The Cube X and Replicator X-2 are 100 Micron. So really that is darn close if not at right about what commercial printers are at which are likely what Dale and Co are using. 

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^ does this mean you'll buy one and review it for us? biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by UnityIsPower View Post

^ does this mean you'll buy one and review it for us? biggrin.gif

 

If I remember in a year, and have use for a 3D printer... SURE!

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Originally Posted by kyuuketsuki View Post

If I remember in a year, and have use for a 3D printer... SURE!

Coolz, lol.
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Just picked up the G-2 after meeting up with Cn11. Had a lot of fun meeting up and the convo just flowed. It's safe to say I am a fan of the G-2. They are all that and a bag of chips. More to come
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Congrats, looking forward to reading your take on it. 

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Originally Posted by Idsynchrono_24 View Post

Just picked up the G-2 after meeting up with Cn11. Had a lot of fun meeting up and the convo just flowed. It's safe to say I am a fan of the G-2. They are all that and a bag of chips. More to come

 

Awesome. That's my favorite part of the hobby...interacting with others. Looking forward to your thoughts.

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Yeah we both geeked the hell out man. I was joking with Cn bout how we must've sounded and looked with our crazy spread on display to other people around us haha. As for the G-2? I am blown away. You were bang on about the 334 and the G-2 being cut from the same cloth. I haven't had much time with the G-2 at all but they are amazingly similar sounding at the moment.
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Originally Posted by Idsynchrono_24 View Post

Yeah we both geeked the hell out man. I was joking with Cn bout how we must've sounded and looked with our crazy spread on display to other people around us haha. As for the G-2? I am blown away. You were bang on about the 334 and the G-2 being cut from the same cloth. I haven't had much time with the G-2 at all but they are amazingly similar sounding at the moment.

 

Looking forward to your comparison of 334 and the G-2. I sure hope they are different enough for me to be keeping both. My G-2 should be coming in another 4 weeks or so and it's been a long while since I had bought any IEM without demo'ing.
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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

Looking forward to your comparison of 334 and the G-2. I sure hope they are different enough for me to be keeping both. My G-2 should be coming in another 4 weeks or so and it's been a long while since I had bought any IEM without demo'ing.

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