dvm27 Posted October 31, 2013 Share #1 Posted October 31, 2013 My first attempt at 3D printing was not quite up to snuff. I used the company Shapeways and had a designer make the 3D model at a very small cost. I then had the cannons printed in several different materials. Unfortunately, none of them matched the CNC turned brass cannon (far right in photo below) in quality. 3D printing does have the advantage, however, of being able to incorporate features such as the Monogram and vent plates. They probably look better than most kit cannons so certainly something to consider. I wonder if there are other printers capable of printing finer detail. avsjerome2003, flying_dutchman2, gieb8688 and 2 others 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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