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    Wow, i have always wondered about those machines, that is really a nice thing to have at hand. I am not to familiar with it, can u chose the output material? Plastic or metal? And the 3d scanner will import into cad?

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    Here's a site, reprap.org, that covers an open-source rapid-prototyping machine. It costs about $500 for materials; it can produce about 60% of its own parts, so it's partially self-duplicating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vtecfelon23 View Post
    Wow, i have always wondered about those machines, that is really a nice thing to have at hand. I am not to familiar with it, can u chose the output material? Plastic or metal? And the 3d scanner will import into cad?
    Yes, the 3D scanner export in 3D CAD format (igs, stp, etc.)

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    best on-line radio

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    Looks lovely. I see a TPMS unit in there, cool.

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    That is perfect item you finish in a prototype modeling i like it man...



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    That is perfect item you finish in a prototype modeling i like it man...

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    Made my carputer this way..

    Solidworks model:


    Turned into this:





    I really should get this project finished.. I think I did that almost a year ago

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    That's a very interesting way to keep the wiring inside the case and well protected. What material is the case?
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