3D UP Printer

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UP! 3D Printer  can print Amazingly accurate ( 0.2mm tolerance ) and strong 3D models directly from your Windows or Mac computer models using 3D UP Printer in ABS plastic in sizes up to 135mm x 135mm x 125mm.

These parts have 30% the strength of injection moulded objects but done easily by DIY. Learn to design and test with our easy to use 3D packages such as formZ and bonzai3D as this printer we can supply comes with it’s own control software for windows or mac that imports any well formed .stl file format models.

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bonzai3D is the newest entry point for entry into 3D modelling

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bonzai3d

What is bonzai3D?

It is a true 3D program with powerful 3D modelling tools from the Smarttec eStore, spline based surface, solid modelling ( great for 3D Printers ), and inbuilt file translation formats that make it a perfect day to learn modelling program that when teamed with other renderers available – RenderZone and Maxwell Render Suite 2.6 now produce high quality imaging.

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Why use Sketchup Pro when you can use a true 3D modeller with more features- yet still imports .skp file format as components or full models.

It also provides a path to enhanced rendering modules and the high end formZ 7 package currently in FREE open public beta testing.

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How to make a Sliced Solid and Wireframe rendering in bonzai3D

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How to make a Sliced Solid and Wireframe rendering in bonzai3D – by Evan Troxel

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Here’s an example of one of those stylistic renderings of 3d models where there’s a combination of solid and wireframe halves coming together at a section cut in the model. I’ve been doing this type of rendering for a long, long time1 and I thought I’d make a video showing you how to do it too. It’s a fairly easy process that involves your 3d modeling program and an image editor like Photoshop.

Once again, this is one of those things you can do in several different modelers but it’s one of the reasons I prefer working with solid models in Bonzai3d because when you cut through the model, the objects are automatically filled and the Clipping Planes make it easy to make this kind of imagery.

Now it’s your turn. I’d love to see what you can come up with. Maybe you can take it to the next level and make a sweeping, organic section cut through the model to make it even more dynamic.

bonZai3D Training

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New Videos for Maxwell Render plugin for bonzai3d

 

Method released new series of tutorial videos complementing the release of the Maxwell Render plugin for bonzai3d. You will see how how to use Maxwell Render via the new bonzai3d plugin, and get extremely realistic, physically accurate imagery from these very easy-to-use yet robust modeling and rendering programs.

You can get a trial version of Bonzai3d HERE>>

You can  download a demo of Maxwell Render HERE>>

The links to watch the tutorial videos: 


http://www.getmethod.com/blog/2011/5/16/maxwell-render-for-bonzai3d-introduction-to-the-video-series.html


http://www.getmethod.com/blog/2011/5/16/maxwell-render-for-bonzai3d-general-overview-and-getting-sta.html

http://www.getmethod.com/blog/2011/5/26/maxwell-render-for-bonzai3d-working-with-materials.html

They are also hosted on Maxwell Render’s “Think” site.