3D Printed Rings - Create and Print your own designs Free class

Nikita Krutov, Freelance Engineer/3D Artist/Animator/3D Printing

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16 Videos (1h 37m)
    • 01 - Introduction

      0:58
    • 02 - Basics - Transformation

      6:24
    • 03 - Basics - Mesh

      2:38
    • 04 - Basics - Modifiers

      9:25
    • 05 - Ring1 - basic ring part1

      9:42
    • 06 - Ring1 - basic ring part2

      10:13
    • 07 - Ring2 - segmented

      10:09
    • 08 - Ring3 - Wireframe

      7:57
    • 09 - Ring4 - squiggle

      2:13
    • 10 - Ring5 - twisted

      4:14
    • 11 - Ring6 - 3D mesh and weird cats

      9:02
    • 12 - Ring7 - sigil

      6:30
    • 13 - Ring8 - text part1

      7:35
    • 14 - Ring8 - text part2

      5:41
    • 15 - Summary

      1:29
    • 16 - Examples

      2:22

About This Class

If you ever wanted to watch a feature length film with mediocre CGI and horrible voice acting or learn about how to create some rings for 3D printing, this is the right video for you. Here is my attempt at my first tutorial. When editing I saw a ton of rooms for improvement (for example saying "for example" a lot less) and was rather late to the deadline when I finally had the time to record and recorded it as one long video rather than segmented but I hope you find it helpful anyways.

This tutorial will cover some basic skills in blender as well as several different methods on how to create different kinds of rings.

The aim is not to show an in-depth creation of a specific ring but rather showing examples of various techniques that can be used and combined in order to create your own unique ring.

The software I used is Blender which you can download for free from https://www.blender.org/download/

Let me know if you have any questions or if you're interested in having another topic covered that you'd like to 3D print.

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Nikita Krutov

Freelance Engineer/3D Artist/Animator/3D Printing

Working on my diploma for mechanical engineering I picked a topic that included creating an animation and then I got stuck to the CGI and 3D-printing world.