3D Printing Competition: Winners Announced!!

Discussion started by Dalia

Hi guys!

We have just announced the winners of the 3D Printing Competition! You can check them out here: https://www.cgtrader.com/blog/2013/07/12/it-was-made-real-meet-the-winners-of-3d-printing-competition/. Which one is your favorite? Share it in the comments!

Congrats to the winners and thanks to everyone who participated - as well as to our awesome sponsors for making this happen! 

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Posted about 6 years ago
5

This is great news, thank you soooo much everyone at CG Trader and everyone who help run this competition!
I will now be able to do experiments and develop 3D printing ideas to a much higher standards of 3D printable models.
Well done to everyone else, there are some really awesome models uploaded that I saw especially liked other designs character models they were bad-ass!
Really happy about all this you have made my day!
More designs to come!

Posted about 6 years ago
3

Well done sam :D You're the man to beat from now.. ;)

Posted about 6 years ago
1

[Why there is no edit button ? ] Just a remark for the next time.. imho i don't think that you can count the same model with a different scale as a 'different' model... [See no personal attack sam].

Marius wrote
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Othar, working on edit butoon, thanks for the heads up!
Posted about 6 years ago
1

Cheers Othar for the comment!

People have a variety in knowledge in 3d printing and my files are designed to be send straight to a 3D Printer and so having varying sizes in rings means that people can download the file that fits them and not have to do any extra work before they print it for themselves.

The Hangers and Lights shades in my collection have varying technical fixtures that change with their size like the screw threads and hanging light cord fittings etc, so they are not just scaled versions of each other!

I see what your saying but for me in 3D Printing its best to have final 3D printable files that the client can download and print without having to do any extra adaptations. I cant know other people level's of understanding regarding the changing of a 3D file for printing or what software they may posses or have understanding of, so its best I offer final files that only require a printer!

No worries Othar not seen as an attack, thought I would let you know my approach to 3D Printable files.

Best of luck to you!

Posted about 6 years ago
1

It's fair sam.. the remark i made was toward the judge for the competition as they put a 'no derivative' rule in the competition ruleset.. you can agree with me that a ring size 18 and the same in size 20, then a pack of this two rings is one model under this rule.. not 3... from a client side point of view, i totaly agree with your way of working.. they need to get a model with zero added work...

Posted about 6 years ago
3

Awesome! Cant to wait to mess with the printer hands on. going to give that set away :)

Posted about 6 years ago
3

Congrats to all winners.

MDschee love your traveller sculpts, we'll deserved win and great collection.

Well done too sam, I wish I would of thought of adding differant size doubles to make my portfolio look twice the size LoL. I'll have to remember that one for the future :)

Thanks for the contest it was fun

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