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abbey road d enfer

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"Of course, a resin/UV printer has other advantages, as being able to create transparent parts, but usually the size is rather limited, compared to the classic 3D printers."

Well that's prescient ! After months of waiting my Elegoo Saturn* has literally just arrived at the door :)

*UV resin printer
Well, with 190x120x200 buils size, you shouldn't have any problems.
 

abbey road d enfer

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Abbey, I think there was just a communication issue there.
Wall is also wanting to work on a 3D video presentation (that's his area of expertise) which shows Abbey Road Studios as it was in the early '60's. He wants/needs decent models or dimensions of the different parts of the desk and equipment etc. for that. I gave him the desk dimensions in another thread to help him out.
I expect that's what he meant when talking about the fader 3D models.
Well, it was confusing enough to make me wonder, particularly in view of my despise of video games... (can't find the "sorry" emoticon)
 

matriachamplification

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Winston is correct in his comment. We were looking at models for Unreal Engine to use in an interactive video. At this time we are taking a long break from GDIY.
Thanks everyone for your help.
 

cyrano

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I did my homework before posting. ;)
The cheapest Creality resin printer (CL60) has a build size of 127x80x160mm (LxWxH).

Honestly, I wouldn't expect any less from you, Abbey. :giggle:

And only 260$! Wow, price have fallen since I last had a look...
 
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