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Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by Descendo, Mar 2, 2014.

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    Could you possibly have the part where it says Orlando say Universal, and the bottom pink saying "ROBLOX"
     
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    I'll give it a shot when I get home.
     
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    Thanks man! :)
     
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    universal florida original logo ROBLOX.jpg
     
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    Haven't had too much time to work on the Mara sculpt, but I wanted to print it is so I could just hold it in my hand. Gave it a short acetone vapor bath to reduce the print lines, I will print the next one vertically for best resolution instead of laying on its back. Will also print it larger.

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    Looking good, mate!
     
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    What are you using for a 3D printer? Pro system? How did you learn of acetone to reduce lines. It seems like an antique method for sculpt control. You created the original sculpt for the scan?
     
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    Anyone have hulk track designs related to these image.jpeg image.jpeg
     
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    What? I remember seeing a collection of these images but I didn't save them all, also, I wanted to see if anyone had them not blurry,
     
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    They look like they've been taken from a game and if I was to venture a guess, I'd say No Limits.
     
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    I'm almost sure this is a digital concept design of the ride not form NL2. I have the program and the graphics are different.

    Edit: these were found online.
     
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    I've had a look but coming up short.

    I can't see this being a concept design, it's far too bare and advanced for the time of it being designed.

    I did however come across this that may be of some interest:

    Why did Universal decide to go with B&M to build the hulk? - Page 3 - Theme Park Review
     
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    It's fascinating stuff no doubt. The dates in particular really jump out as a view into the whole development of a park.

    If all goes to plan, I'll be moving house next year and plan on having a grand man cave, I'm going to send B&M an email on the off chance they can send me a digital copy of the blueprints to make a giant poster and frame it.
     
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    Thank u SM.

    I actually have some cool concept designs for doom and hulk.
     
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    I own a Flashforge Creator. It's definitely not a high end machine, but for the price it does a fine job for my purposes (post processed and conceptual models). I believe I printed this at the printer's highest resolution; .1 mm. The next best printer I would consider buying is an Ultimaker. It has a print resolution maxing out at 2 microns, or .02 mm. (also about 3 times the price of mine). After that you would move from FDM printing (Fused Deposition Modeling), into resin printing (SLS) (about 4 times the price of mine) for a gain of 1 micron.

    I will print the final version standing straight up (how its orientated in the pictures) rather than on its back. That will greatly improve the appearance.

    I learned about acetone vapor baths from general 3D printing research. It reduces the strata but also reduces detail. So you need to over compensate the detail in your sculpts. I did sculpt this myself using Pixelogic. I only gave this a 15-20 minute vapor bath. It is not uncommon to let them sit for an hour+, but you will definitely see degradation in the model's detail.
     
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    fun stuff. whys and whats are appreciated!
     
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