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3D Speedy Prototyping
Discovering that I could use 3D fast prototyping to create merchandise ended up making considerably more sense than making a physical sculpt out of clay for many factors.
Modifications can be made very easily and the size of the 3D sculpt can be changed instantaneously with a single click. This is a lot more useful than you can envision – depending on the final production material and approach, shrinkage occurs when making a mold from a 3D print – five to 6% in the case of a Slush Casting mold.
With 3D, we can not only verify the actual size of the printed prototype but also increase the 3D model size by 5% ahead of printing once more to produce the final molds.
By the time I had completed the 3D modeling, we rolled out our initial ever Culture Japan sales booth at Anime Festival Asia in December 2012 which was to be the 1st of many. The sales from the booths and of our Japanese language finding out item Moekana that I also launched in 2012 generated enough money flow for me to continue to bootstrap the Intelligent Doll project.
You can read much more about the production procedure and how I built up my organization in the following posts
Discover a lot more about the Making of Sensible Doll >Learn how I started up my company in Japan >
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