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  1. chrome silver

    Molotow liquid chrome marker. There are recent posts on in the this general forum.
  2. Hum3d - Large Source of 3D Modelled Autos

    They are not scans. They take "blue prints" of the front, side, top and rear and use them. Then they obtain pictures of the subject that show other views. There is no he. It's a company and I'm not too sure that the files aren't free lanced. Go here to see one source of blue prints. https://getoutlines.com/car-blueprints?utm_source=cbinfo&utm_medium=cpm&utm_campaign=cbinfo&utm_content=bar . Hum3d want $50-$60 for the same prints.
  3. Stupid Is the New Smart

    My take on the whole thing.
  4. Mopar Torqueflight Tranny???

    I already said that George.
  5. I had a red 63 in 71. Loved that car.
  6. Mopar Torqueflight Tranny???

    If your looking for a 1962 and up 727, Morgan Automotive:http://www.madmodeling.com/Item/mopar727
  7. The latest in desk top 3d printing-explanation

    I created this thread as an education piece to keep those who are interested in desktop 3d printing abreast with current products. In doing so, I use terminology that may be foreign to some. The size of 1 micron is 1/1000 of a millimeter. There are 25.4 millimeters in 1 inch. A piece of copy paper for your printer is 9 microns thick. A 3d printed layer of 100 microns is about 11 sheets of compressed copy paper. A 20 micron 3d printer layer is just over 2 pages of copy paper. The photo below gives you an example of the difference of 4 difference 3d printed layers. Starting with the top one at 100 microns thick, the second 50 microns, the third 35 microns and the bottom is 20 microns. You can see the difference if you count the layer lines on the right hand section of the oil pan. These "steps" are what causes the non smooth surface of a 3d print. The lower the level, the smoother the angles surface. When you print at 20 micron layer height, you can't run your finger nail over the surface and and feel any ridges.
  8. Hum3d - Large Source of 3D Modelled Autos

    So here is the reality. The price you don't see on their website.
  9. Hum3d - Large Source of 3D Modelled Autos

    Other things to keep in mind is that none convertible is like an early promo. No interior or frame.The files I want are: 1935 Auburn Boat Tail Speedster Bugatti 57sc Atlantic 1964 Buick Skylark convertible 1938 Buick Yjob 1953 Cadillac Eldorado convertible 1940 LaSalle convertible coupe 1955 & 57 Lincolns 1956 Lincoln Continental 1939 Olds convertible coupe 1938 Talbot Lago Teardrop coup 1957 & 1959 DeSotos
  10. Hum3d - Large Source of 3D Modelled Autos

    The rear fenders were one of the few parts that were one layer and are easier to fix. You just high light it and create it 3d by extending the surface inward. The result is this: In the case of an already file that is 3d, you have to high light the inner face and make the part thicker:
  11. Hum3d - Large Source of 3D Modelled Autos

    These are finished prints:
  12. Hum3d - Large Source of 3D Modelled Autos

    It's not that easy to explain but, I try my best. First of, it's like a model. It's assembled in pieces. This is the total car: here are some brake out shots:
  13. Hum3d - Large Source of 3D Modelled Autos

    Let me enlighten you on Hum3d. I use them and the models are very good. At $75 a pop, their worth it to me. The 37 F & F Delehaye 135 I'm working on is from them. If you want a 3d printable file, it's $400. Since I am able to use a cad software, I can make the $75 file printable.
  14. Fiberglass Test

    .200 millimeters is 200 microns. 200 microns .01 inch.