Shapeways announces today two new 3D printing materials: Polished Brass and Raw Brass. The new Polished Brass is final-product quality, with a very smooth, glossy finish. Raw Brass is perfect for creating antique-looking items, functional parts, jewelry prototypes, and it works really well for you to polish or finish yourselves. It is mainly for people making functional parts, or who want to post-process material.
Ora by Bathsheba in 3D print in Raw Brass, Gold Plated Brass and Polished Brass.
Both Polished Brass and Raw Brass will have the same design rules as Gold Plated Brass:
- Max bounding box: 100x100x100mm
- Minimum wall/wire: 0.8mm
- Minimum Emboss: 0.4mm Minimum
- Engrave: 0.35mm
Polished Brass will have a start up of $20 and $18.00 per cm3
Morph Bangle by Nervous System 3D print in Polished Brass
Keychain Mini Crowbar Tool 3D print in Polished Brass by Innovo
Raw Brass will have a start up cost of $10 and $16.00 per cm3
Bicycle Chainring Cufflinks by Gothamsmith 3D print in Raw Brass
To help get you 'chip away' at some new designs, use the code oc3mv to apply a 10% discount on Raw and Polished Brass orders of your own items placed up until Wednesday the 2nd of October at Midnight (PDT).
Check out Shapeways' 3D printed Brass page for more details.
Posted in 3D Printing Materials
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Anja wrote at 9/26/2013 8:38:49 PM:
Anonymous wrote at 9/26/2013 7:08:54 PM:
$1800 per cm3? Holy crap.
Phil wrote at 9/26/2013 6:50:55 PM:
$1800/cm3 ? Typo?
Dave wrote at 9/26/2013 4:49:12 PM:
Hey, it is $18 per cm3 not $1800 :)