3D printer for anime figures o.O

Demon_skeith
Rouge pirate

Like others have said, I'm sure using a 3D printer wouldn't get that high quality that most pay for.

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Claraviolet
Akatsuki

(10-14-2018, 03:05 PM)Risk Wrote: I used then when I was in school.


You can print anything you want depending on how big your printer is. You can print figures if you want but in only one color and the quality won't be even close to of an actual figure, but technology is always improving so who knows when it will come in to use.


I haven't been keeping up with the technology but its always improving so it could get there some day.

Wow.
School huh... Hmm. We never had them and they are far too advanced for our University.
I hope to see them someday.

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blackrose
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3D quality...might not be exactly as is but I would like to think that it would still have some sort of quality regardless. I  mean it is supposed to be 3D after all

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Nameless
Rouge pirate

(10-14-2018, 03:05 PM)Risk Wrote: I used then when I was in school.


You can print anything you want depending on how big your printer is. You can print figures if you want but in only one color and the quality won't be even close to of an actual figure, but technology is always improving so who knows when it will come in to use.


I haven't been keeping up with the technology but its always improving so it could get there some day.

I agree man. I don't know how much it advanced but we are always improving. I wouldn't be surprised if I see RoboCop in real life.

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Angel
Super Nova

(10-14-2018, 03:05 PM)Risk Wrote: I used then when I was in school.


You can print anything you want depending on how big your printer is. You can print figures if you want but in only one color and the quality won't be even close to of an actual figure, but technology is always improving so who knows when it will come in to use.


I haven't been keeping up with the technology but its always improving so it could get there some day.

giant sized figures are rare and i don't know how big a normal printer is. can it probably print a 10 cm doll?

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