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Old 03-16-2017, 09:56 AM
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Looks great

If you can design an 'edger', I bet you would have a lot of customers
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Thanks! What would an 'edger' do? Maybe I could give it a shot.
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An edger would color all those white edges that are left when we cut the paper
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An edger would color all those white edges that are left when we cut the paper
Ahhhh! Yes! I see. Hmmm. That would be an interesting thing to solve. I think maybe it could already do that if the pieces are left in place, then replace the pen with a felt tip...maybe
Just purchased a small handheld engraver with a tiny spinning diamond coated cutter head. I am going to see if it will "mill" the card stock. Probably a horrible idea, but it was only $7 usd, and if it doesn't work for a mini mill, I'll just use it for it's intended purpose and engrave my stuff with an ID number

On the "Bride" model itself, I finished out the upper chest and added the neck base. I'll post some pictures this evening when I get home.
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Here is the progress. No neck yet, but propping the head on it gives an idea of how she will look later
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Looking very sculptural. It's great to see so many different styles of paper model - from the highly technical to the sculptural.
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Thanks, Gotham. This kinda mind melds wit my other thread on the home-made plotter, but here is some video of the latest iteration plotting out the pattern for the Bride's left leg. (sped up 2X to reduce boredom )



And here is the experimental mini "mill" doing a cutting pass. This part is still under development. And be warned, the sound is irritating as crap in the video, so I tried to downplay it a bit by adding canned music and turning the volume down This one is real time.



So far, all of her body part patterns are working well being drawn by the robot.
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Added the legs from the previous post. I am also experimenting with different techniques to make her trademark hairstyle.
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Quite interesting
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