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  1. I acquired this from one of this forum's members (Thanks, Eric). He got it from a well known South African resin caster, but is not his work. Who made it is unknown. It was really third rate work and I spent a considerable amount of time smoothing out the body, reshaping the trunk and correcting other areas. I'm fairly satisfied with the results. I consider the Kellner coupe to be the most attractive of all the Royales. 

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  2. Bernard,    My Maserati A6GCS from South America looks different, also. The panel lines are cleaner and narrower. Seats are different and the door line on the left side is different. I suspect what you got is a knock off. 

  3. 7 hours ago, Carmak said:

    So they were skins. Good work on the Maserati.

    I design medical devices and often have to work with skins for the interface components. You are correct that they typically require a great deal of work to make printable.

    I have been 3D printing at work for 25+ years. Our first SLA cost 250K. Very impressed with the Photon printer so far. The slicing and support software somewhat less impressive. 

    I use Prusa SL1 for support generation. It's very simple to use. ChiTubox support generation is awful, but I use it for slicing and think it works alright, but I don't have any experience with other slicing programs. 

  4. On 10/18/2020 at 9:31 PM, Carmak said:

    Did you design the Maserati parts or download them?
     

    I just got my Anycubic Photon a couple weeks ago. I started small with some wheels.

     

    Both Maserati and Mangusta are files from the net. They are not printable , however, without a great deal of work to modify them to be printable. The Mangusta suspension, chassis, wheels, etc, was designed by me.

  5. On 10/10/2020 at 10:47 PM, gman said:

    That looks great, especially for a printed body. That paint belies all the work that must have gone into it below the surface.

    The body was fairly smooth to begin with, being high-poly ( many small flat planes make up the surface) and the resin printing method produces a smooth surface. Much better than, for instance, Shapeways, which is a fuzzy, nylon like material. 

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