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(Holiday) Ogre

by staffert, published

(Holiday) Ogre by staffert Jan 12, 2010

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A monster that will eat your cookies!
(No he isn't Santa)

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  1. Print using your favorite 3DP technology.
  2. Paint or colour (color) as desired.**
  3. Play, but keep away from cookies.

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Props to you!

I've followed your antics for over a year, back with Make Magazine and the Joule Thief. Love that little circuit.

Just thought we could share.

Keep being you, man.

Wow, it just dawned on me...

Building your own Warhammer 30k army would be pretty sweet (and probably much cheaper).

wow powder printed in color sweet. I needs some mendel parts i wonder what it would cost to have them made for me. In dayglow yellow. . . ;)

Hmm yeah I have seen that technology..it's cool. I have a Zcorp and it's cool it has it's place but for nice structural parts I tend to go more towards SLA, SLS, or Objet, even FDM at times. Like any RP technology they all have their place, their pluses and minuses. The new resin infusion process for Zcorp does look promising though so yeah your right if that was done Zcorp would work for Mendel parts.

Which Z do you have?

An old 510. Does the job. I really really like the Objet technology. I have a Connex 500 baby what a machine!

Would you build some parts for us on the Connex? If so, call us at the office, we'll talk.

Trust me you don't want Zcorp parts for your Mendel.

If we impregnate them with epoxy in our vacuum oven, you will. :) :)

Best reply ever! "If we impregnate them with epoxy in our vacuum oven, you will."

You should see what happened to the hampsters!
Not pretty.
:-[

Monochrome parts are easy to paint, it's the multi-tonal parts and bitmaps that we can do....and it doesn't cost any more than monochrome.

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