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Old 04-09-2021, 06:53 AM
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Hellyo Guys we built and printed the notorious Nissan GTR r35
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Old 04-09-2021, 06:55 AM
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Self developed chassis

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Old 06-03-2021, 08:56 AM
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We made a short film with the GTR. It's very funny

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Is that from the new fast and furious movie! Good job on the chassis build and video production!
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Old 11-21-2021, 01:54 PM
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This is a very cool job! There are almost no printing steps in your photo. How thick of layer did you use? It must have taken a very long time. Of course, not as much time as I spent on new upcoming slots, but that’s not the point now. Does the printing speed depend on the 3D printeror does it only depend on the material of manufacture? And what material was it made of? I am not a great specialist and am just learning to print, so these might be stupid questions.

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This is a very cool job! There are almost no printing steps in your photo. How thick of layer did you use? It must have taken a very long time. Does the printing speed depend on the 3D printeror does it only depend on the material of manufacture? And what material was it made of? I am not a great specialist and am just learning to print, so these might be stupid questions.
They probably used a .1mm layer height then after, put the print(s) in an acetone vapor bath to give it the shine and "no layer lines" or smooth-ness you see. It's nicely done and probably took some time to print. Too bad the second video link no worky.
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It's always cool to see the videos of how the models are put together and the time that goes into it.
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Old 11-07-2022, 05:24 AM
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Hello to you,

Indeed, these videos are very pleasant to watch.
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