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Tordenskjold
03-03-2016, 13:32
Ohøj shipmates

I have made a 3D file of The Ship Mat on www.tinkercad.com. It is not published yet. I fear it is not legal. The idea i got because one of our shipmates have tried to get original ship mats for months with no results. In some libraries they have 3D printers. So if you with ease could get the file, you just go to the library, start printing and read a book (maybe about some naval strategic) while waiting.
The file is far from the original but measurements will fit tokens, cards etc. Yes, you can make some creative ship mats with paper og other materials and if you are desperate even with leaves and stuff from mother earth.
My self will always get the original pieces...if they are available and that seems to be difficult around in EU.

Will i ask Ares?

Please give your opinion.

Morten

7eat51
03-05-2016, 00:27
I am intrigued. What does she look like?

I created customized 2-D mats to use with wet-markers at cons. In so doing, I did not make direct copies of Ares' products, nor did I deny Ares sales as I already purchased the products. I would think that creations along these lines probably remains within the bounds of legality and ethics.

Tordenskjold
03-05-2016, 07:46
Ohøj Eric
Here is a few photos (dont care about the color):
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...it is about 3milimeters thick but i made the areas for tokens etc. a little smaller for the purpose of the pieces can stay in their respective areas.
Morten

Nightmoss
03-05-2016, 10:47
Interesting. :thumbsup:

Naharaht
03-05-2016, 11:12
Please post a picture of the finished product, Morten. I would be interested to see it.

KDz
03-05-2016, 11:13
:thumbsup:

7eat51
03-06-2016, 12:34
Thanks, Morten.

We'll be watching with keen interest. :thumbsup:

Torrence
03-06-2016, 15:21
Looks great! This is exactly what we need :thumbsup:

Herkybird
03-06-2016, 15:54
Interesting, I am always amazed by what people can do!

Tordenskjold
03-07-2016, 05:12
However, it is not easy. I took a free course of 2 hours with skilled people. There is indescribably much to measure and record. then coordinates put right into the program ...:dazed
But when it is finish, everybody can take the file for free and use it where there is a 3D printer:happy:
Almost done:
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Morten:beer:

Herkybird
03-07-2016, 05:15
Thanks...I cannot even think in 3D!

Tordenskjold
03-07-2016, 05:39
Richard, that's exactly how I feel about certain solitaire rules in here :wink: it looks correct, but I can not quite understand why:happy:

Herkybird
03-07-2016, 05:47
I know the solitaire rules are actually quite complex, for which...Sorry! I really wish I could speak Danish!:question:

Tordenskjold
03-07-2016, 06:03
You did a great job Richard, i am sure. I wish I was more concentrated in school when we had English:happy:

Herkybird
03-07-2016, 06:08
Well, we never had any lessons in Danish!

Taler du Dansk?-- ingen! :surrender::question:

TexaS
03-07-2016, 09:17
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=s-mOy8VUEBk

Oups, that's those Norwegians. We Swedish would never...

Herkybird
03-07-2016, 10:05
Norwegians have a great sense of humour! I love the way Scandinavians good heartedly make fun of each other!

Bligh
03-07-2016, 13:41
:clap: Now when it comes to a lad from Nottingham chatting to one from oop North we have no problems as Neil will tell you. Stotties and Pease are easily digested in any dialect.:takecover:
Rob.

Tordenskjold
03-07-2016, 13:53
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=s-mOy8VUEBk

Oups, that's those Norwegians. We Swedish would never...

Oooh...yes you would :happy::happy::happy:
it was incredible fun. My wife asked why I was laughing so loudly. It sounds so crazy:happy:

And when a British try speak french:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zGNVU5ZjlgA

Tordenskjold
03-07-2016, 13:58
...not forgetting:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mbs64GvGgPU

Oh you mates are wonderful:happy:

Bligh
03-07-2016, 15:02
And when a British try speak french:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zGNVU5ZjlgA

Do we actually have any Brits who try to speak French?
How strange!
Bligh.:wink:

TexaS
03-07-2016, 16:20
That British actor playing the policeman is named Arthur Bostrom and he is fluent in real french. He just had to have some Swedish heritage. Boström is a common Swedish name.

Herkybird
03-07-2016, 16:23
Je parlant Francaise monsieur!, a la mode Franglaise! :Arrrr:

Union Jack
03-07-2016, 16:55
EE Whey aye mon capitan, Jammy views parlesse Frankses. Bonny appetite man.

TexaS
03-07-2016, 17:05
Better than the old way. Just speak English louder.

Bligh
03-08-2016, 10:37
Now when I lower my voice is the time to be afraid. Be very afraid!:sly:

Bligh.

KDz
04-26-2016, 06:00
Morten, is there any progress in the topic 3D printing? :question:
I'm very curious of the final product. :salute: