First 3D Print

My first 3D print of the Harimandir Sahib Gumut (dome) printed in SLS nylon by 3DprintUK and is 4 inches high (10cm). This was done as a quick test for future projects and also to explore converting virtual 3d models into real physical objects. I was very pleased with the quality. Subtle details can be lost on 3D prints so I will start to exaggerate details in future prints and also thicken up thin parts of the mesh.

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In comparison here is a sample from a makerbot home 3D printer. I wasn’t as impressed with the Makerbot print but I can see how useful it can be for producing prototypes.



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Danny Singh
July 25, 2015 at 9:55 pm

Big fan of yours here from Los Angeles, CA. Been keeping up with your work, glad to see fellow Singhs pushing their creative limits and combining religion with technology. I work in Cinema4D and just ordered my PrintrBot Simple Metal; looking forward to doing similar Sikhi-related projects! Thank you for sharing Taran!

Good stuff brother!

July 26, 2015 at 12:40 pm
– In reply to: Danny Singh

hey thanks danny – likewise great to see other artists pushing the boundaries – Some great work on your portfolio too.

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