Nice looking material. What is it?
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The front horns, the side valves, the axe and the hood ornaments were 3D printed because of the small sizes. Everything else was done on the CNC.Very well done. Did you make all of the parts via CNC?
I came across a picture of a 1932 Firetruck, so from that picture and several other 1930 era firetrucks I modeled this using both Aspire and Rhino. Size is 20" long x 8 wide. I took some red tint and put it into so clear varnish and sprayed it on to get the Red color but to still show it was made ou...
Thanks Michael for the files. I showed the picture to my great granddaughter and she insisted I make it for her. The clock is 3-1/2". I could/should of used a bigger clock but that one I've had sitting in my storage box for a long time. I let my great granddaughter paint it...and that's my story and...
The sales guy demonstrated the laser printing from Corel using different coloured lines for engraving and cutting, if I can send the file to the laser from Aspire that would be better for me as I don’t need to learn another software program. As I said I am new to all this. You should have software ...
I have both a 60 watt and a 400 watt laser machines, that when I export from Aspire, it is as a "ai" file for the 60 watt and a "dxf" for the 400 watt. Both lasers will except a bitmap file.
- Tue May 04, 2021 4:21 pm
- Forum: VCarve - General
- Topic: Need some help please
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Here's an idea that was a quick model using Aspire's clipart which depicts a frame of our 50th. We will be celebrating our 53rd in June. By the way, I had a lot more hair back in those days then I have now.
- Mon May 03, 2021 12:52 pm
- Forum: Aspire - Gallery
- Topic: 1931 Maybach DS 8 Zeppelin
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I was looking at pictures of old antique cars and came across a 1931 Maybach DS 8 Zeppelin. Collecting several pictures with different profiles, I decided to model one in Rhino and Aspire. I think I was semi-accurate with the measurements. Anyway, this was the outcome.
Scott, thanks for explaining the Heated Ash I used. I had about a 6-ft length left that I used on my last project, but blew through it all of it trying to the small parts I needed, but had mostly the same results with it chipping and blowing apart. Maybe on large projects I'll consider it again, but...