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Thread: Using blender 3d to create stl for CW pattern

  1. #271
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    I remember the tune and the movie. Nicely done patterns!!

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    lol. I think that may mean we are just over the hill then.

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    Lol.....
    OK I'm old enough too.

    I broke down and downloaded Blender again last night.
    It's come a long way in 5-7 years or whatever it's been since the last time I messed with it.
    Not that I spent any real time with it yet, but it was noticeably different.
    But I also installed the most recent beta.

    Justin Pierce, aka spalted
    *Pattern Editor (Probe) * Centerline * Dxf Import * STL Importer * Version 3 Standalone * Advanced 3D * Advanced 2D * Conforming Vectors * Rotary *C Machine *Rock Chuck

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    Blender is a pretty amazing program but I am super frustrated with 2.8. I can't find anything anymore. For now I am building in 2.79 and then rendering in 2.8. It renders anywhere from 30% to 50% faster thanks to using both CPU and GPU processing.

    Let me know if there are any big gotcha's and we can both learn.

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    Thanks.
    It'll be a slow process for me to Learn it, I don't have much time available. Just a few minutes here and there, but I'll get it little by little, maybe............

    Justin Pierce, aka spalted
    *Pattern Editor (Probe) * Centerline * Dxf Import * STL Importer * Version 3 Standalone * Advanced 3D * Advanced 2D * Conforming Vectors * Rotary *C Machine *Rock Chuck

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    I think I promised this tutorial months ago but finally got to it. Trying new software and format. Still not sure if any good but here is my first attempt with it.

    Simple Gothic cross modeling in less than 3 minutes. I shared the pattern from a variation of the model a while ago.

    https://youtu.be/_Lq0TXFl3Sg

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    Wanted to show off some new models for my library. If I ever test carve I may throw them into the depot. Pretty happy with them.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails CW hand tools.png  

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    Very cool, Oscar!! Nicely done!
    Michael T
    Happy Carving!


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    Them look great Oscar. Very clean looking.

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    Nicely done Oscar!

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