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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
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« Reply #3016 on: February 14, 2014, 08:20:20 PM »
Hmmm... maybe we should have an 'Adorable GIFs' thread, since that (like many before in both threads) could have gone in either 'Animated GIF' or 'Adorable JPG'. :)  That would prevent confusion on 'which thread to put it in'.
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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3017 on: February 15, 2014, 02:27:08 PM »
If it's animated, it should go here.

If it's animated and you place it elsewhere, fuck you and the seven generations after you.


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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3018 on: February 15, 2014, 02:28:27 PM »
only seven? that seems too lenient.
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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3021 on: February 15, 2014, 09:06:21 PM »


No more tedious snorkeling trips! Have the ocean brought to you!


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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3022 on: February 15, 2014, 10:00:19 PM »


No more tedious snorkeling trips! Have the ocean brought to you!
Interesting. I don't see any secondary support material.



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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3023 on: February 15, 2014, 10:07:23 PM »


No more tedious snorkeling trips! Have the ocean brought to you!
Interesting. I don't see any secondary support material.

Don't know how long that run took but probably many hours, if you slow things down and let the plastic harden you can get away with a structure like that.

I am so tempted to build a 3D printer kit like that, only thing stopping me is no place to put it....


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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3024 on: February 15, 2014, 10:09:30 PM »


No more tedious snorkeling trips! Have the ocean brought to you!
Interesting. I don't see any secondary support material.

Don't know how long that run took but probably many hours, if you slow things down and let the plastic harden you can get away with a structure like that.

I am so tempted to build a 3D printer kit like that, only thing stopping me is no place to put it....

The only thing that is stopping me is no place to put it and no money and no reason to have it.  But I am also sooo tempted, and I'm not being sarcastic in the least. 


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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3025 on: February 16, 2014, 03:58:20 AM »
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« Reply #3026 on: February 16, 2014, 04:25:50 AM »

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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3027 on: February 16, 2014, 08:33:00 AM »


No more tedious snorkeling trips! Have the ocean brought to you!
Interesting. I don't see any secondary support material.

Don't know how long that run took but probably many hours, if you slow things down and let the plastic harden you can get away with a structure like that.
True. But that still limits your geometry abilities a bit. Think about if any of those branches had pointed down, for example.

At work we have an FDM machine to get prototypes for our plastic latches. It uses a PC/ABS material, and has a secondary support material that can be easily dissolved away in a hot chemical bath. It works really good for what it is, but it's a ten year old machine. Nowadays they are doing much more interesting things in materials, colors, finer layer thickness, better layer connection, and even multiple materials.
Heck, we just had a company called Incodema make us 3D printed rubberlike bellows using a Polyjet process, and it came out fantastic! Even though it was layered process, the final product (with no secondary operations) you'd never know it. And it stretched and behaved just like a real bellows.
Since we are an injection molding plant, we are looking into a new machine from Arburg that actually uses the plastic pellets that injection molding machines use to do the 3D printing. But it also has the issue of not using a secondary support material.



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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3028 on: February 16, 2014, 09:37:58 AM »
Think about if any of those branches had pointed down, for example.

That is a limitation of this type of 3D printing, but I guess for coral it's not a problem, they tend to build upwards so it's one natural structure you don't have to worry about adding supports.



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Re: The Animated GIFs Thread. *Still Only 1% MILFs!*
« Reply #3029 on: February 16, 2014, 10:13:00 AM »
I do like the idea of not adding supports if you don't absolutely have to. But if I am gong to be designing something, I can't have any limitations on geometry.