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  1. philnolan3d

    Buying an amateur licence

    Assuming it's the same as the full license it can be used on multiple computers, just not at the same time. For example if I accidentally leave it open on my desktop and then try to open on my laptop it will give me an error message. Edit: Yes, on the purchasing page says the same for amateur and pro, 1 computer.
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    Resin fumes question

    I have 4 resin printers and have tried a number of different resins. None of them have really bothered me that much, although Siraya Tech Blu does have a very strong odor. In all the research I've done all I can find is that it bothers some people more than others and some resins are worse than others. Though the more recent resins to come out over the past few years aren't THAT bad. Basically some people get light headed or have sinus problems. If any of this happens to your friend he can wear a respirator. If there's still a concern each resin maker should have a Material Safety Data Sheet. If they don't have an MSDS I wouldn't use that resin. For example here is the sheet for one of Phrozen's resins.
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    3DCoat 4.9 BETA testing thread

    FYI when I tried to download the latest version from Pilgway.com I got a warning from my Malwarebytes that the page was blocked due to a trojan. When I downloaded from the other link it was fine.
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    Sculpting patterns around curved objects

    I'm just using Spider-Man as an example of what I mean. If I was making a model for 3D printing I can't do it with a painted texture.
  5. Here's something that I've never figured out how to do in 3DC. Sculpting a pattern around an object without having a "seam". A perfect example is Spider-Man's costume, there's a hex pattern that wraps all the way around his torso and arms. You could do that with a stencil in cubic mode but it leaves a blurry seam when the front and side meet for example.
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    Retopo - next big Step

    I think I've actually done this before if I had a similar enough model, just loading it in the retopo room with snap it to the sculpted mesh.
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    Sketchup to 3dcoat problems

    That looks like it should work fine. Edit: Actually I wonder about that wall next to the steps but you could try it.
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    Sketchup to 3dcoat problems

    I don't use sketchup but it looks like a graphics card glitch we see in LightWave sometimes with ngons or 4-point triangles. In that case we can fix it by adding a cut to the geometry or making it all triangles (tripling it).
  9. philnolan3d

    Strange grey lines between surfaces?

    Perhaps make sure padding is enabled under Preferences > In/Out (at the bottom)
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    How to batch import the OBj to Models Plane???

    I would have to look at the program but can't you just drag & drop them in?
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    Nomad Sculpt

    I think I agree. I think my pipeline would be starting in Nomad and then moving to 3DC to finish.
  12. Hi Hermitcrab, I'd love to get an Ender. I've been trying to get them to send me one to review. Haha if you didn't see my YouTube channel I have some printer reviews on there. Http://youtube.com/philnolan3dj
  13. Glad you got that solved. Have fun with 3DC!
  14. philnolan3d

    Yearly Pricing Model?

    I don't have an official answer but I don't see anything that says you will have to pay every year. The new version is being called 2021 but that doesn't necessarily mean there will be a 2022. Plus you're buying a never-ending perpetual license so after you buy you can keep using it forever. Also keep in mind there are many free updates until the next paid version releases.
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    Topology cleavage

    If they're going to be animated I'd say it is important to have correct topology. I would start with an octogon at the nipple tip, split down the middle to make 2 quads, then keep expanding rings of quads around it. As you get further out you may want to make a 4 point triangle in a couple of discreet places so your quads don't get too big.
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