3D printing, velocity painting?!

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  • #41231

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    How did I not see this before? I was looking for a different way to texture my parts with my logo….this jumped out at me while I was tests ramps boards. so cool.

    https://www.repetier.com/velocity-painting/

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    #41235

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    Slick! Then you’d immediately know if someone bought the printed parts from you.

    #41238

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Instead of just sticking my logo on a few faces I was going to get all LOUIS VUITTON on my parts and wrap them in a more subtle texture. that way they are even harder to fake…and maybe look more cool.

    #41240

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    But you can’t paint your STLs, just the gcode, right?

    #41242

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Yup, still plan on wrapping my stl’s in solidworks but this is a cool thing to try, for gifty type things.

    #41246

    Kevin Lopez
    Participant

    Sounds like vicious1 is going to be the next supreme. Where can I buy the vicious1 box logo? Forget the design work, its all about the branding!

    #41250

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    Supreme kills me, whoever marketed that font for them is a genius.

    #41274

    Mike Carr
    Participant

    I still need to try this

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