Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Check out my Designer Spotlight on Shapeways blog

It's "mini week" at Shapeways and kicking it off is a really cool contest I'll post details about later today. To get the ball rolling you can check out my Designer Spotlight on the Shapeways blog here:

https://www.shapeways.com/blog/archives/19908-designer-spotlight-megan-hornbecker.html

More contest details coming soon, please check back tonight. :D

7 comments:

  1. Hi Megan! I just read the blub on you at Shapeways and I must say that it was a Great Write-up!
    I Love the photos and I really admire the Beauty of your work in Miniature. I am intrigued by the thought of china reproduced via the 3D printer, which you mentioned. Right now it is Chrysnbon or nothing. Mass produced plastic china, has the thinness that most mass produced porcelain doesn't have. Being a sucker for china fact or faux, I can see real possibilities for future consideration.
    Meanwhile, thank you for the link and for the Terrific Information regarding 3 D printing. I enjoyed every word! :D

    elizabeth

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind works Elizabeth! I'm happy to share my passion. 3D printing has opened a new world to me for things I never thought were possible to make. I'm just starting to work with the 3D printed ceramics material, I'll blog about them when I get a working prototype. The metals are really cool too, I just got one of my vases made in the polished copper. So many possibilities. :)

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  2. As ever Megan you are literally so cutting edge! CM

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  3. A really fantastic write-up for Shapeways! Thank you so much for sharing your tutorial. I'm going to try and follow along with it in the next couple of weeks. I've been trying to figure out how to go about everything, but seeing a tutorial just for miniatures really helped. I really want to make a modern kitchen faucet...so I'll see how it goes! As for the contest, I might do my best and give it a try :) I really liked seeing some of the newer coffee tables you have made too. They look great! :)

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    1. Thanks so much Kristine. I'm really excited by some tables and chairs that I'm working on. 3D printing is AMAZING. The possibilities are endless. Good luck, I really hope you enter, I know it would be amazing.

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