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#143

Nothing too complicated here but very fun to be able to create these on my iPad Pro.


#144

A couple of additional woodworking projects…a Cribbage Board and a bed frame.



#145

First Attempt…

(familiar with Max, Maya, Modo, 3D Coat, Substance…)

It is basically a quick concept of the speaker stand mount for my 1:43 scale Millennium Falcon.


#146

Wow, that’s supercool!!


#147

My first creation


#148

Updated


#149

Great bit of modelling!:slight_smile:


#150

Not sure if I have mentioned this before, but I am actually a portrait sculptor (when I’m not playing around with Shapr!). Anyway, I’ve been thinking about making an adjustable stand for a while and have decided to model it in Shapr before making it. I am going to use a modular system of metal tubing and joints. The pictures below should show you what I am planning. Anyway, it was great fun. Will post a picture of the finished thing once it is made. Andy



#151

Forgot to mention - one aspect that I really liked was being able to group together all of the movable parts and set the pivot point so that I could rotate the whole assembly backwards - wanted to see if this would give me the right angle to be able to work on the face. I also found that by hitting the undo/redo buttons I could toggle between the two positions shown in the second and third pictures. This is a really neat way of seeing how it will operate! By the way, when I sculpt heads out of clay they do look a bit more lifelike than the one in the picture! Andy


#152

Andy that’s totally crazy and amazing. And I especially love the head. Making the head is a very unexpected and ingenious way of using Shapr.


#153

Hi Shapr3D-Community! Here is my first Creation with this awesome App. Hope you like it.


#154

Wow! Absolutely fantastic :slight_smile: thanks for sharing!


#155

Fab-u-lous! I love it. Calls for a 3D print.


#156

Woah! This is awesome. Like it a lot. Would be a nice home :slight_smile:


#157

That is very cool to see the finished product.


#158

Here a little Shapr3D modeling and then CNC milling test I did recently in the woodshop at my university Wayne State where I teach Industrial Design.

The top body is made with the revolve command and the handle is done via lofting.

I hope you enjoy it :wink:Hair Dryer.shapr (5.1 MB)


#159

Hot summer? Need a vertical fan? Well at least here is a shell model :wink:

Enjoy!

fan.shapr.zip (3.2 MB)


#160

Thirsty? Need a water bottle with a gorgeously modeled threading? Well here you have it!

Enjoy!


water bottle.zip (4.4 MB)


#161

Tired of outrageously over priced badly made and functional garlic press kitchen utilities from name brand companies? Well here you have a free CAD model so you can 3D print your own. Or buy it at friendly Scandinavian store for 3 US$!!!

Shapr3D was amazing at building this with ease! All modeling steps are included in the file.

garlic press.shapr.zip (5.6 MB)