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|Posted by: m|
|Location: Norway||Time: 10:00:36|
|Great website Rab, i am trying with Blender for years but struggle with concentration. Seeing your work gives me the kick i need. Thank you.|
|Posted by: J|
|Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada||Time: 18:19:57|
Have you or anyone else ever made a 3D print of your Spitfire IX? I don't see anything out there similar.
|Posted by: N|
|Location: New Caledonia||Time: 07:28:49|
|The tutorials on this site are very excellent! I found the site by accident and have it bookmarked.|
Keep up the good work and I for one, sincerely hope you will continue and update the site with more tutorials
|Posted by: D|
|Location: South Africa||Time: 18:11:55|
|Your work is so inspiring.|
I am also developing my skills and interest as a mechanical engineer with an interest in the analysis, documentation management and visualization environment. Thanks for sharing such a rich wealth of knowledge.
|Posted by: C|
|Location: Malaysia||Time: 15:00:16|
|You should make a link for downloading every single project you make.|
|Posted by: T|
|Location: Portland, OR||Time: 18:48:08|
|I teach high school computer science, mostly coding, but I also teach Blender to my Intro CS students - we make some basic models, 3D print some stuff, and make a simple animation. I found your site while searching for information about how to use Blender for more precise modeling techniques for those relatively few students who have a measurement-specific 3D printing idea (like a phone case) in mind. I'm having trouble downloading the precision modeling PDF book, which I would love to have available for my students as a resource -- I'll keep trying!
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The modelling guide was removed from the website due to it being many years out of date. All the information is still available in the 2.49 blender tutorials on my website.
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