Be a part of the Ultimaker “Model Garden” at 3D Basecamp!


#62

Yep @Cotty


#63

https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/search/?q=3DBCmodelgarden&searchTab=model


#64

Don’t include the hashtag symbol when searching for the hashtag. I did this first and it gives no matches.


#65

Thanks, all, for your submissions! Thanks to you we ended up with 80 models for Ulitmaker to print at 3D Basecamp!

The Model Garden is going to look awesome!

Thanks!
Aaron


#66

Seen as though I won’t be there, I hope the garden will get some form of video coverage. That would be good to see.


#67

I’d love to see some footage of the models being printed and prepared!


#68

I’ll post stereoscopic pictures, if I can.


#69

I would like to see some pictures too :wink: maybe on Twitter?


#70


#71

My model is gone so probably someone likes this :wink:


#72

Where did the models end up? I didn’t get to see my Peon printed - but I heard it was at some point. Even saw a short video of it being printed. But I’d love to see the final result.


#73

The Garden was ravaged during the early part of friday afternoon. Most of it was stolen by god knows who. Including one I brought with me. It was very disappointing for all of us that had models there.


#74

I was really looking forward to getting my Schloss Eneburg model :confused: . I think Andreas wanted his cathedral even more, after spending so much time making such a detailed model a monosolid.


#75

I can hardly imagine someone taking someone else his/ her model. Yes, that is disappointing, to say the least.


#76

I agree, especially when folks were told they were allowed to take their models home afterwards. Very sad for the contributors that were there.


#77

The closing down of the Knowledge Cafe and the 3D print garden, was somewhat abrupt and didn’t have a formal time. I was able to come away with the model they printed for me, but at the end I think whoever happened to be around was being encouraged to help themselves.

I’ll ask Mr Ultimaker (Matt Griffin) to drop by, maybe there is something he can do.


#78

At least you had a chance to see it for a while.
For some reason, they never got around printing mine.
Albeit, it was the first submitted after @TheOnlyAaron seeded 3DWH with his.

Friday morning they said time was short, it would take too long to print.
Instead, we did a quick test print of a ring for Margaret and me.
And with that, they began packing up the machines.


#79

For inspection I tried to zoom in and orbit around the ring. My mouse doesn’t work, …
D’oh !


#80

Attempting to orbit a JPEG or similar, seems that’s well known side affect of SketchUp.


#81

Here’s the cure for your ‘orbititis’ :wink: