Does anyone here print and sell their own 3D art?
too expensive still
No lad. We are digital only here.
Are 3D printed dildos resistant enough to withstand proper usage?
>>604442No.Also, enjoy your anus poisoning because of the plastics.
>>604428Formlabs Form 2 Master Race checking in.AMA.
>>604497Have you tried to print a penis yet?
>>604442I guess that you could 3d print something to mold a dildo.
>>604505In other words, 3D print a vagina. That might work!
>>604500Working on one now, but the build platform is limited to 8 inches, so I don’t really see the point in continuing.
>>604428Yep. Want to get a resin printer so I can print smaller things, still kind of hoping that a new version will come out before I get around to it seeing as it's been a couple of years since the Form 2 was released.
>>604497>>605312I hit the Post button too hastily - Are you satisfied with your purchase?What are your biggest complaints (no matter how minor)?Is there anything you wish the Form 2 had?Have you considered any other resin printers?
Kinda? I work in toy design so I print a lot for work. I live with other designers so we also have a few printers at home, but we mostly use them for prototyping, hobbyist knickknacks, and as a 3D Hub.
>>605312Why not try a Wanhao Duplicator? It’s DLP instead of SLA and under $500.
>>605313>are you satisfiedIm quite satisfied with the Form 2. Repeatable accuracy and low the cost consumables are its strengths. The most annoying aspect of the living with a Form 2 is when when it forces a firmware/software update for no apparent reason and the print quality can suffer until the next (forced again) patch.
>>604442Dyi prints those a lot. Maybe as jokes. But consult them. They have some pros.
>>605364>under $500>DLPThe first is appealing, the second not so much - I haven't seen any first-hand prints, only the samples which are for sales purposes. I'm hesitant to trust it without seeing more people using it.>>605374>forced updatesSo it's an always-connected device? I must have missed that. Not a deal-breaker, though.
>>605385Mine prints well, the only downside is since it functions by acting as a second screen for your computer, error messages literally get carved through the model. You can solve this with a Raspberry Pi. Otherwise it’s very decent.
>>605425>error messages carved through the modelThat's... interesting, and unexpected
>>604442For this 3D printing would be better for prototypes.You'd have a lot better luck casting them.I really don't think you could slide into the market for those though.Bad dragon has you beat by years.