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Old 19th Feb 2016, 03:06 PM   #1
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Now I'm thirsty................. meaning: Great work! The refraction, reflections and overall light/shadow play are marvelous. Couldn't do it better in a photograph.
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I like how the edges of the rim are not straight and the rim has varying thickness; great attention to detail.

The FormLabs Form Plus 2 can print with clear resin so yeah, 3D glass printer. They've actually printed working magnifying lenses with the clear resin so a shot glass should be easy.
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I like how the edges of the rim are not straight and the rim has varying thickness; great attention to detail.

The FormLabs Form Plus 2 can print with clear resin so yeah, 3D glass printer. They've actually printed working magnifying lenses with the clear resin so a shot glass should be easy.
Thank you guys, that means a lot to me. Saw all the views and no posts, was beginning to wonder...

$3499 is is almost the same price as the new computer I was looking at...
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Thank you guys, that means a lot to me. Saw all the views and no posts, was beginning to wonder...

$3499 is is almost the same price as the new computer I was looking at...
Just saw the post awesome render...

Also look at the reviews on those printers, the talk is a 50% success rate on printing the glass filament, they are still working on the bugs and printing issues with those printers and filament is very, very, temperamental with temperature changes when printing, just a 10 degree fluctuation in the temperature will printing will cause some problems.

I was researching the glass filament and they are still working on a good stable mixture of the filament. I tried some samples and they worked ok, but the ambient temp needs to be real so, so, stable from what I have read in the printer forums..

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Thank you guys, that means a lot to me. Saw all the views and no posts, was beginning to wonder...

$3499 is is almost the same price as the new computer I was looking at...
I know! That's why I don't have one yet.

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Just saw the post awesome render...

Also look at the reviews on those printers, the talk is a 50% success rate on printing the glass filament, they are still working on the bugs and printing issues with those printers and filament is very, very, temperamental with temperature changes when printing, just a 10 degree fluctuation in the temperature will printing will cause some problems.

I was researching the glass filament and they are still working on a good stable mixture of the filament. I tried some samples and they worked ok, but the ambient temp needs to be real so, so, stable from what I have read in the printer forums..

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The Form+ is a stereolithography machine, so it cures resin; no temperature problems there.
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Saw all the views and no posts, was beginning to wonder...
Yeah, I got roped in by work yesterday; definitely something that wasn't planned. Felt like Peter getting told by Lumbergh that, "yeah, I'mma need you to come in tomorrow, that'd be great."
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Just saw the post awesome render...

Also look at the reviews on those printers, the talk is a 50% success rate on printing the glass filament, they are still working on the bugs and printing issues with those printers and filament is very, very, temperamental with temperature changes when printing, just a 10 degree fluctuation in the temperature will printing will cause some problems.

I was researching the glass filament and they are still working on a good stable mixture of the filament. I tried some samples and they worked ok, but the ambient temp needs to be real so, so, stable from what I have read in the printer forums..

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Thanks Mike, still waiting to get that beer with you.. I can get our craft beer for $2.50 a pint.

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The Form+ is a stereolithography machine, so it cures resin; no temperature problems there.
Hope the prices come down... Computer first unfortunately.

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Yeah, I got roped in by work yesterday; definitely something that wasn't planned. Felt like Peter getting told by Lumbergh that, "yeah, I'mma need you to come in tomorrow, that'd be great."
I know that feeling.. Today was my first day off in a long time... Still had to go in for 4 hours.
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No! A b-b-b-broken shot glass!

I shall mourn for a week.

It's very convincing Delta. I like how you paid attention to how the glass in the base is thicker than the upper walls.

In terms of realism, if the glass were dropped, a base that thick wouldn't shatter. If you hit with a sledge hammer, it would!
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No! A b-b-b-broken shot glass!

I shall mourn for a week.

It's very convincing Delta. I like how you paid attention to how the glass in the base is thicker than the upper walls.

In terms of realism, if the glass were dropped, a base that thick wouldn't shatter. If you hit with a sledge hammer, it would!
I used the force, it didn't care how thick the glass was...
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The Force is strong with this one!
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