Modern technologies allow any person to be creative with the use of a 3D printer. A smart device can help you build stunning figurines and statues of well-known comics and cartoon characters, and numerous guides can explain how to paint the models. The question is, which of the popular types of 3D printers to choose in 2020 to implement all your dreams into life.
With a big selection of affordable 3D printers that support FDM technology, it might be challenging to choose your very best device at first glance. Depending on your needs and hobbies, it is always better to explore the pros and cons of all the best machines for 3D printing that are inexpensive and offer great features for the beginners in 2019 and then make your choice.
The year has just started and we already received an incredible video review about one of our 3D printing figurines. Are you curious to know which one? Well, read on!
What can be more motivating than great feedback from your consumers? This is the case with the video review of RCLifeOn that came recently to our attention. The good thing is that the review is not focused on the popular Mechs you probably are bored to read about. Instead, the guy behind RCLifeOn project has chosen none other than Pickle Rick 3D print figure from Gambody.
Gambody is a marketplace willing to accept in its family all 3D modelers who want to share their artistic skills and earn money from 3D modeling. This shoutout goes to all those who have the aptitude to create high-poly and error-free 3D model STL files inspired by video games, comic books, movies, anime and other entertainment media.
We don’t look for professionals or hobbyists located in a particular geographical area. Regardless of your country of residence, you can join us.
Justin Daniel is a stay at home dad to his little girl. He has many interests such as astrophotography at night and 3D printing during the day as well as being a 13 year + auto mechanic. He likes to fix and make things bigger and better than they were before. He joined the 3D printing trend 2 months ago and considers himself a typical 3D printer hobbyist who enjoys every bit of it.
It’s always a joy to see 3D printing enthusiasts working on a large scale 3D model, printing it, and sharing the process and the result with the community. This was the case with Sam Fenimore, one of Gambody’s customers, who has recently released pictures of the 3D printed 24-inch long, 100-piece Hyperion Battlecruiser.
Mortal Kombat wouldn’t be the same without him!
London, 30 September 2016 – MK Scorpion 3D model is the replica of the player character that has been appearing in almost all Mortal Kombat video game instalments.
The making-of of the sex symbol
London, 2 August 2016 – 3D printed and painted Lara Croft joins God of War Kratos 3D printing figurine in Gambody’s painting workshop. The mood in the room is more fun now, as the two will challenge each other with missions that are impossible to accomplish for us, humans.
A step by step tutorial of converting Kratos digital video game miniature STL files into a physical 3D printed and painted figurine
Painting 3D printing gaming miniature is a creative and interactive activity if you are an avid video gamer and dream of having your digital character in physical form. Painting gives more value to the 3D model.
Bring your 3D model to life
London, 27 July 2016 – Gambody has recently launched the online workshop on printed and painted 3D models on its official YouTube channel.
Team up with your friends and dive into the heat of Space Marine battle
London, 12 July 2016 – Warhammer video game universe teems with frightful, powerful and fearless warriors.
Nothing can be more frustrating than 3D model printing with gaps and falling apart. In this post we will talk about the things you can do to prevent your model from printing with gaps or holes.
Firstly, you should know that in order to print a 3D model as a single object, the mesh must be completely manifold or “watertight”.
How about 3D printing video game props and using them in cosplay? Cosplay, a movement that unites costumes and role-playing with the possibility to have weapons and other props from video games in 3D printed form, allows all gamers and fans to step into their beloved character’s shoes and to wield dangerous guns, swords, and other weapons.
Gambody is Proud to Announce the Releases of the Impressive 40-inch scale Millennium Falcon 3D Model
Bring back childhood memories with this elaborate spaceship model able to be handled by all consumer-focused 3D printers
London, 29 Feb 2016 – Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon spaceship has traversed the Galaxy to land on Gambody’s 3D marketplace for the delight of all Star Wars and 3D printable fans. With the latest franchise’s installment wrapping up in theatres worldwide, the timing could not be better.
With the most recent installment of the famous franchise wrapping up in theaters worldwide, and the hype that the film has been received by Star Wars fans across the Globe, we at Gambody thought to surprise them and released an amazing 1m+ scale Millennium Falcon 3D model. The model is unique, showing upgraded versions of various exterior elements, according to the 3D designers’ own views and approaches.
The popularity around 3D printing of video games content increases day by day. This is related to the enormous enthusiasm with which every new video game is received by gamers. The launch is a big event in the industry due to the fact that there is a huge audience that is feverishly anticipating plunging into new adventures. Promotions and marketing campaigns are run even from the game’s development stage.
“Pattern” is the parameter I would recommend you to pay your attention to, which is used to print out support structures and a raft. I advise you to use “rectilinear” -straight lines. It is enough for support structures and easy to remove from a printed model.
In this part I would like to describe one of the most important Slicer’s parameter.