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Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 20 Nov 2017, 03:24
by OrangeKNight
PsychoBoB wrote:Don't put too much effort in it. 5 cm would be fine as well.

So, I was looking for the model file but unfortunately I just realized that I had never gotten around to converting it into a format I can use, I guess I never ended up using it for a hack job over the 6-7 years I worked on BlackOps! xD

If can find an OBJ file for the Harbringer I can take a look at it but I'm not set-up for converting the old source files unfortunately.

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 20 Nov 2017, 09:47
by PsychoBoB
OrangeKNight wrote:...I'm not set-up for converting the old source files unfortunately.

No problem. Thanks for your efforts!

You better put your engagement in projects that help the community ;)

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 20 Nov 2017, 18:02
by Paradoxon
I assume you mean wavefront .obj?
I used Blender for Import and Export and had to zip the file because of forum file restrictions.
No guarantee this works though

PS: The Basilisk also looks great

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 27 Nov 2017, 11:05
by OrangeKNight
Paradoxon wrote:I assume you mean wavefront .obj?
I used Blender for Import and Export and had to zip the file because of forum file restrictions.
No guarantee this works though

PS: The Basilisk also looks great

It worked just fine! Although working with this reminded me how much I hated working on Aeon units! xD

But the Deed is done! The Harbinger was even spindlier than I remembered so even the 10cm Version isn't that expensive, relatively speaking. I did have to take a few artistic liberties with smaller details in order to meet the minimums for the printer but it's still like, 90-95% original.

5cm Harbringer - 9-10$ USD

10cm Harbringer - 19-20$ USD

Also for Cyber Monday Shapeways is doing 10% off and Free Shipping on orders over 25$USD so hey maybe pick up a Goliath and/or Basilisk? Wink Wink

If you have any questions feel free to let me know!

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 19 Dec 2017, 19:49
by PsychoBoB
Ordered my personal Harbinger ;)

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 20 Dec 2017, 20:59
by OrangeKNight
PsychoBoB wrote:Ordered my personal Harbinger ;)

I saw! ;p Make sure to get some pictures when you get it in! ;p

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 20 Dec 2017, 21:34
by PsychoBoB
OrangeKNight wrote:
I saw! ;p Make sure to get some pictures when you get it in! ;p

Sure :)

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 03 Jan 2018, 18:21
by Paradoxon
Finally got my order!
(Note to self: Never trust expected shipping dates before Christmas)

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Here is the link again: 10cm Harbinger

I ordered it with "White Strong and Flexible Polished". I don't know how much difference that actually makes, but the extra 0.51€ are not that much. The whole thing is nowhere near as touchy as I thought it would be (I don't have any experience with 3d-print). One of the legs was a bit bent because of the packaging, but that was easily fixed.
I am quite happy with it :D

Two more pictures:
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No need to praise my professional camera setup
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Now I only need someone to paint it

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 03 Jan 2018, 18:30
by speed2
That's great and all but does it have a shield?

Re: Goliath ONLINE!

PostPosted: 03 Jan 2018, 18:52
by OrangeKNight
speed2 wrote:That's great and all but does it have a shield?


Fishbowl not included! ;p

Paradoxon wrote:Finally got my order!
I ordered it with "White Strong and Flexible Polished". I don't know how much difference that actually makes, but the extra 0.51€ are not that much. The whole thing is nowhere near as touchy as I thought it would be (I don't have any experience with 3d-print). One of the legs was a bit bent because of the packaging, but that was easily fixed.
I am quite happy with it :D

Glad it made it out to you okay! WSF is a nice robust material, unlike the standard consumer FDM printers like makerbots and such, WSF is actually made up of thin layers of Nylon Powder fused together with a Laser, so while you can sometimes see printlines they don't have any major effect of the structural integrity of the printed item. The Polishing I always go for to be honest, you sometimes get small little "printing artefacts" with the unpolished prints that the polishing buffs right out and overall results in a much better looking print. I pretty much always get the Polished option whenever I order anything from the Strong and Flexible materials.