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Do you 3D print your cg creations? Now that the hype bubble has burst it's cheaper than ever
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Technically yes. But I'm an architect so my cg creations that I print are mostly stairs and facade elements and nothing fancy.

3D printing has sped up building of physical models quite a bit tho. I'd also like to own a resin printer but the shit is still to expensive for me compared to fdm.
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>>547997

Can't you write it off as a business expense? Lease it + write off = barely costs anything

Just make sure you print a couple exquisitely detailed resin staircases for clients.
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>>548008
I could, put we're not building many models these days anymore anyway.
It's not really worth it for me.
Also we're mostly building large furniture and hardware stores so it's not like we need the fine details resin printers offer either...
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>>547985

Not yet, we're still in the 1970s dot matrix printer with tractor fed paper stage of 3D printing. I'll wait at least until we get to the late 1990s colour ink jet stage of 3d printer development.
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