Some of the things I've created using Moi...

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 From:  twofoot
4079.1 
Thanks Michael for all your hard work!

Some of this work has been seen before in other posts, but after putting this together for a prospective client I thought I would share. =)

Design Work:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/twofoot/sets/72157624240507966/

Rapid Prototype Parts:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/twofoot/sets/72157626055773781/

Cater-Morehart 16" gauge Restoration:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/twofoot/sets/72157625270799643/

Thanks

Chris Cardinal
twofoot(at)comcast.net
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
4079.2 
Very cool production!
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 From:  Michael Gibson
4079.3 In reply to 4079.1 
These are awesome, Chris! It's going to be really cool when you get them cast too.

Thanks for sharing the pics!

- Michael
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 From:  twofoot
4079.4 In reply to 4079.3 
Here's some of the first aluminum castings from the backyard foundry. From Moi to RP to sandcast aluminum. Coolness!

I've made patterns using Moi I could not duplicate by hand without *major* time and expense. I'm also not that good of a machinist. LOL

Cheers,

Chris





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 From:  Michael Gibson
4079.5 In reply to 4079.4 
These are awesome Chris! It is cool to see the casted parts - thanks for posting the pic!

- Michael
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 From:  Jim (JIMCRAFTON)
4079.6 
Awesome, now how long till Jarvis can manufacture you a Mk VII suit?
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 From:  twofoot
4079.7 
These are just in from the RP printer. Objet printer at 16 micron resolution. The parts you see are less than one inch in length. Moi was absolutely amazing in its ability to produce these tiny details.

Cheers,

Chris













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 From:  adamio
4079.8 In reply to 4079.7 
nice work Chris, do you mind sharing which company you using for printing ?

Also I notice you use ripplon, do you also run MoI on Mac ? if yes what is your set up ?

thanks in advance.
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 From:  twofoot
4079.9 In reply to 4079.8 
>>nice work Chris, do you mind sharing which company you using for printing ?
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>>Also I notice you use ripplon, do you also run MoI on Mac ? if yes what is your set up ?
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>>thanks in advance.
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Hi adamio, thanks for the compliment.

Normally, I use www.shapeways.com for my RP printing. They do a decent enough job and their pricing is quite fair. This part was WAY out of their league. I used John Vegher at www.moddler.com to print this out on his Objet machine. When you have 16 micron resolution, the parts end up looking amazing.

I do indeed run Moi on my Mac Mini. I use Parallels Desktop v4 running WinXP for Moi. Everything else is native Mac software. I put dared to put WinXP on a Mac, I like Moi that much. LOL Moi makes STL meshes that rivals Solidworks in their quality.

Cheers,

Chris
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
4079.10 In reply to 4079.9 
< I do indeed run Moi on my Mac Mini. I use Parallels Desktop v4 running WinXP for Moi.

Does the speed is the same than Moi running on a PC?
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 From:  twofoot
4079.11 In reply to 4079.10 
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>>Does the speed is the same than Moi running on a PC?
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Hi Frenchy. It seems plenty fast. I alloted 4GB of RAM to the WinXP virtual machine and it works as intended.

C.
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 From:  adamio
4079.12 In reply to 4079.9 
Chris thanks for your reply, much appreciated :) funny we use the same companies for RP :) I have also used materialise (I highly recommend them)

Hopping to use CrossOver with the new MoI WebKit version, if not, Parallels has to be the one :) is getting a bit expensive to have a pc just for MoI. but perhaps like you I like Moi that much :)
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