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endareFri Mar-10-17 01:28 AM
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#54760, "RE: 3D Printed Propellers"
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Hi Zeno,

I get a few requests to purchase the 3D files. A couple of things always end up stopping me.

1) It is my hobby work, undertaken in my own time - I really don't know how to value it.

2) Once i sell it to one person, the model is out there, i have no control over where it goes, so it'll just end up in the ether.

The 3D work builds on the shoulders of giants - I have bought Bob Reads plans,Hahn plans, TTSM, PDG book etc, i'm always using THEIR work as reference. I don't have access to those researchers hard-earned original documents (save for what is out there as builders drawings etc), so to me the models I make are still interpreting other sources, and I won't aggressively stand by my work as being totally accurate...(it's accurate, scale permitting)

I am slowly (over a period of years) doing a 1:350 RMS Britannic. That's why I made the davits.
I had intended to do a whole heap of Britannic pieces, but it would involve measuring the Minicraft kit accurately, which doesn't correspond to the accurate drawings out there. Probably I will do smaller items in the future - people seem to be keen on the motorboat so that should be next. Some of my 3D model work doesn't lend itself to scales smaller than 1:150.

I did do a set of Laser-cut Perspex decks and Superstructure sides that I can sell for about $70 AUD for the Britannic. I have sold them to someone on here, I haven't had any complaints, so i assume the pieces work.

I hope this helps clarify.

regards,

Nick

  

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3D Printing [View all] , monkey95, Tue Dec-11-12 04:34 PM
  RE: 3D Printing, endare, Dec 11th 2012, #1
RE: 3D Printing, monkey95, Dec 12th 2012, #2
      RE: 3D Printing, Roy Mengot, Dec 12th 2012, #3
           RE: 3D Printing, William W. Young, Dec 12th 2012, #4
           RE: 3D Printing, ChrisCMR, Dec 12th 2012, #5
                RE: 3D Printing, endare, Dec 13th 2012, #6
                     RE: 3D Printing, monkey95, Dec 13th 2012, #7
                          RE: 3D Printing, bpread, Dec 13th 2012, #8
                               RE: 3D Printing, Scott Andrews, Dec 13th 2012, #9
                               RE: 3D Printing, endare, Dec 14th 2012, #12
                                    RE: 3D Printing, Jason, Dec 14th 2012, #13
                                    RE: 3D Printing, monkey95, Dec 14th 2012, #14
                                         RE: 3D Printing, Jason, Dec 14th 2012, #15
                                    RE: 3D Printing, Scott Andrews, Dec 18th 2012, #16
                                         RE: 3D Printing, endare, Dec 19th 2012, #17
                                              Very nice! (nm), Scott Andrews, Dec 20th 2012, #18
                                              RE: 3D Printing, monkey95, Dec 21st 2012, #19
                                              RE: 3D Printing, ChrisCMR, Dec 21st 2012, #20
                                              RE: 3D Printing, ChrisCMR, Dec 22nd 2012, #21
                                              RE: 3D Printing, endare, Dec 22nd 2012, #22
                                              RE: 3D Printing, ChrisCMR, Jan 29th 2013, #24
                               RE: 3D Printing, Roy Mengot, Dec 13th 2012, #10
                                    RE: 3D Printing, monkey95, Dec 13th 2012, #11
                                         RE: 3D Printing, mjs28c, Jan 02nd 2013, #23
                                              RE: 3D Printing, Jason, Jan 31st 2013, #25
                                                   3D Printing 1/100 Lifeboat, endare, May 20th 2015, #26
                                                        RE: 3D Printing 1/100 Lifeboat, titanicinfoseeker, May 20th 2015, #27
                                                             RE: 3D Printing, tmgarmon, Jun 02nd 2015, #28
                                                                  RE: 3D Printing, William W. Young, Jun 25th 2016, #30
                                                                       3D Printed Propellers, endare, Jun 28th 2016, #31
                                                                            RE: 3D Printed Propellers, William W. Young, Jun 28th 2016, #32
                                                                                 RE: 3D Printed Propellers, Josemar, Jun 29th 2016, #33
                                                                                      RE: 3D Printed Propellers, endare, Jun 29th 2016, #34
                                                                                           RE: 3D Printed Propellers, William W. Young, Jul 01st 2016, #35
                                                                                           RE: 3D Printed Propellers, Nightstriker, Mar 08th 2017, #36
                                                                                           RE: 3D Printed Propellers, endare, Mar 09th 2017, #37
                                                                                           RE: 3D Printed Propellers, Zenoms, Mar 09th 2017, #38
                                                                                           RE: 3D Printed Propellers, endare, Mar 10th 2017 #39
                                                                                           RE: 3D Printed Propellers, Zenoms, Mar 10th 2017, #41
                                                                                           RE: 3D Printed Propellers, Nightstriker, Mar 10th 2017, #40
RE: 3D Printing, Plutralias, Jun 23rd 2016, #29

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