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Franky De Schouwer

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  1. We have moved our forum to a new platform called Discourse:https://i.materialise.com/forum/c/customer-supportBest regards,Franky
  2. We have moved our forum to a new platform called Discourse:https://i.materialise.com/forum/c/customer-supportBest regards,Franky
  3. We have moved our forum to a new platform called Discourse:https://i.materialise.com/forumBest regards,Franky
  4. We have moved our forum to a new platform called Discourse. Please introduce yourself here: https://i.materialise.com/forum/t/welcome-to-the-i-materialise-forum-please-introduce-yourself/22/2 Best regards, Franky
  5. We have moved our forum to a new platform called Discourse: https://i.materialise.com/forum/c/my-imaterialise-order-arrived Best regards, Franky
  6. Hi Koenraad, There was a global outage of Amazon Web Services yesterday which also affected our website. Sorry for any inconvenience. More info about the issue can be found here: https://techcrunch.com/2017/02/28/amazon-aws-s3-outage-is-breaking-things-for-a-lot-of-websites-and-apps/ Best regards, Franky
  7. i.materialise doesn’t review new posts, nor takes responsibility for any content posted by the community. Any content that violates our Community Guidelines will be removed. The interpretation of our guidelines is at the discretion of our staff. If you experience bad behavior, please flag it and we’ll look into the issue. We’d like to remind you that these guidelines are not set in stone, they are merely aids to keep this a clean, respectful place for discussion. Thanks for being a part of the i.materialise community! Keep It Organized Make sure your topic matches the category you want to post in. Cross-posting is not allowed and will result in the removal of the posts. Cross-posting is defined as posting the same information in two or more locations. When posting your topic, please try to post it in the most appropriate place within the organizational structure of our forum. Identical topics posted in the same or different forums will be removed. No Advertising or Self-Promotion Advertisements are not allowed. A discussion or comment that either promotes competitors of i.materialise or contains only a link to your blog, a product or your article on another site will almost always be removed. Generally speaking, posts made specifically for the promotion of a website, product or service are considered advertising, and so are posts that unnecessarily send people to a website that you are in some way affiliated with. It does not matter if it is a commercial website, a personal website, a non-profit website etc. Choose Your Words Wisely Comments that contain profanity, vulgar language or inappropriate material are prohibited and will be removed. Profanity used to insult, antagonize, or inflame will always be removed. We try to maintain a friendly atmosphere whenever possible within this community. Please keep this in mind when participating. Personal attacks, harassment and hate speech will not be tolerated. Sexist, racist, misogynist, homophobic, and broad, offensive generalizations about groups of people are simply not allowed. Comments or discussions written intentionally to provoke will also be removed. Please refrain from inflammatory and defamatory comments as well as flaming, taunting, and general disrespect. If you don't agree with someone, say why - respectfully. Don't just tell them they're wrong. Do not make uninvited remarks about typos, duplicate posts, posting styles, etc. Respect is the name of the game. Simply treat others the way you'd like to be treated yourself. English Only We currently only support English-only discussions on the i.materialise forum. We require that posted content is in the English language so that it can be well received and properly monitored. Non-English comments and discussions will be removed.
  8. i.materialise doesn’t review new posts, nor takes responsibility for any content posted by the community. Any content that violates our Community Guidelines will be removed. The interpretation of our guidelines is at the discretion of our staff. If you experience bad behavior, please flag it and we’ll look into the issue. We’d like to remind you that these guidelines are not set in stone, they are merely aids to keep this a clean, respectful place for discussion. Thanks for being a part of the i.materialise community! Keep It Organized Make sure your topic matches the category you want to post in. Cross-posting is not allowed and will result in the removal of the posts. Cross-posting is defined as posting the same information in two or more locations. When posting your topic, please try to post it in the most appropriate place within the organizational structure of our forum. Identical topics posted in the same or different forums will be removed. No Advertising or Self-Promotion Advertisements are not allowed. A discussion or comment that either promotes competitors of i.materialise or contains only a link to your blog, a product or your article on another site will almost always be removed. Generally speaking, posts made specifically for the promotion of a website, product or service are considered advertising, and so are posts that unnecessarily send people to a website that you are in some way affiliated with. It does not matter if it is a commercial website, a personal website, a non-profit website etc. Choose Your Words Wisely Comments that contain profanity, vulgar language or inappropriate material are prohibited and will be removed. Profanity used to insult, antagonize, or inflame will always be removed. We try to maintain a friendly atmosphere whenever possible within this community. Please keep this in mind when participating. Personal attacks, harassment and hate speech will not be tolerated. Sexist, racist, misogynist, homophobic, and broad, offensive generalizations about groups of people are simply not allowed. Comments or discussions written intentionally to provoke will also be removed. Please refrain from inflammatory and defamatory comments as well as flaming, taunting, and general disrespect. If you don't agree with someone, say why - respectfully. Don't just tell them they're wrong. Do not make uninvited remarks about typos, duplicate posts, posting styles, etc. Respect is the name of the game. Simply treat others the way you'd like to be treated yourself. English Only We currently only support English-only discussions on the i.materialise forum. We require that posted content is in the English language so that it can be well received and properly monitored. Non-English comments and discussions will be removed.
  9. i.materialise doesn’t review new posts, nor takes responsibility for any content posted by the community. Any content that violates our Community Guidelines will be removed. The interpretation of our guidelines is at the discretion of our staff. If you experience bad behavior, please flag it and we’ll look into the issue. We’d like to remind you that these guidelines are not set in stone, they are merely aids to keep this a clean, respectful place for discussion. Thanks for being a part of the i.materialise community! Keep It Organized Make sure your topic matches the category you want to post in. Cross-posting is not allowed and will result in the removal of the posts. Cross-posting is defined as posting the same information in two or more locations. When posting your topic, please try to post it in the most appropriate place within the organizational structure of our forum. Identical topics posted in the same or different forums will be removed. No Advertising or Self-Promotion Advertisements are not allowed. A discussion or comment that either promotes competitors of i.materialise or contains only a link to your blog, a product or your article on another site will almost always be removed. Generally speaking, posts made specifically for the promotion of a website, product or service are considered advertising, and so are posts that unnecessarily send people to a website that you are in some way affiliated with. It does not matter if it is a commercial website, a personal website, a non-profit website etc. Choose Your Words Wisely Comments that contain profanity, vulgar language or inappropriate material are prohibited and will be removed. Profanity used to insult, antagonize, or inflame will always be removed. We try to maintain a friendly atmosphere whenever possible within this community. Please keep this in mind when participating. Personal attacks, harassment and hate speech will not be tolerated. Sexist, racist, misogynist, homophobic, and broad, offensive generalizations about groups of people are simply not allowed. Comments or discussions written intentionally to provoke will also be removed. Please refrain from inflammatory and defamatory comments as well as flaming, taunting, and general disrespect. If you don't agree with someone, say why - respectfully. Don't just tell them they're wrong. Do not make uninvited remarks about typos, duplicate posts, posting styles, etc. Respect is the name of the game. Simply treat others the way you'd like to be treated yourself. English Only We currently only support English-only discussions on the i.materialise forum. We require that posted content is in the English language so that it can be well received and properly monitored. Non-English comments and discussions will be removed.
  10. i.materialise doesn’t review new posts, nor takes responsibility for any content posted by the community. Any content that violates our Community Guidelines will be removed. The interpretation of our guidelines is at the discretion of our staff. If you experience bad behavior, please flag it and we’ll look into the issue. We’d like to remind you that these guidelines are not set in stone, they are merely aids to keep this a clean, respectful place for discussion. Thanks for being a part of the i.materialise community! Keep It Organized Make sure your topic matches the category you want to post in. Cross-posting is not allowed and will result in the removal of the posts. Cross-posting is defined as posting the same information in two or more locations. When posting your topic, please try to post it in the most appropriate place within the organizational structure of our forum. Identical topics posted in the same or different forums will be removed. No Advertising or Self-Promotion Advertisements are not allowed. A discussion or comment that either promotes competitors of i.materialise or contains only a link to your blog, a product or your article on another site will almost always be removed. Generally speaking, posts made specifically for the promotion of a website, product or service are considered advertising, and so are posts that unnecessarily send people to a website that you are in some way affiliated with. It does not matter if it is a commercial website, a personal website, a non-profit website etc. Choose Your Words Wisely Comments that contain profanity, vulgar language or inappropriate material are prohibited and will be removed. Profanity used to insult, antagonize, or inflame will always be removed. We try to maintain a friendly atmosphere whenever possible within this community. Please keep this in mind when participating. Personal attacks, harassment and hate speech will not be tolerated. Sexist, racist, misogynist, homophobic, and broad, offensive generalizations about groups of people are simply not allowed. Comments or discussions written intentionally to provoke will also be removed. Please refrain from inflammatory and defamatory comments as well as flaming, taunting, and general disrespect. If you don't agree with someone, say why - respectfully. Don't just tell them they're wrong. Do not make uninvited remarks about typos, duplicate posts, posting styles, etc. Respect is the name of the game. Simply treat others the way you'd like to be treated yourself. English Only We currently only support English-only discussions on the i.materialise forum. We require that posted content is in the English language so that it can be well received and properly monitored. Non-English comments and discussions will be removed.
  11. i.materialise doesn’t review new posts, nor takes responsibility for any content posted by the community. Any content that violates our Community Guidelines will be removed. The interpretation of our guidelines is at the discretion of our staff. If you experience bad behavior, please flag it and we’ll look into the issue. We’d like to remind you that these guidelines are not set in stone, they are merely aids to keep this a clean, respectful place for discussion. Thanks for being a part of the i.materialise community! Keep It Organized Make sure your topic matches the category you want to post in. Cross-posting is not allowed and will result in the removal of the posts. Cross-posting is defined as posting the same information in two or more locations. When posting your topic, please try to post it in the most appropriate place within the organizational structure of our forum. Identical topics posted in the same or different forums will be removed. No Advertising or Self-Promotion Advertisements are not allowed. A discussion or comment that either promotes competitors of i.materialise or contains only a link to your blog, a product or your article on another site will almost always be removed. Generally speaking, posts made specifically for the promotion of a website, product or service are considered advertising, and so are posts that unnecessarily send people to a website that you are in some way affiliated with. It does not matter if it is a commercial website, a personal website, a non-profit website etc. Choose Your Words Wisely Comments that contain profanity, vulgar language or inappropriate material are prohibited and will be removed. Profanity used to insult, antagonize, or inflame will always be removed. We try to maintain a friendly atmosphere whenever possible within this community. Please keep this in mind when participating. Personal attacks, harassment and hate speech will not be tolerated. Sexist, racist, misogynist, homophobic, and broad, offensive generalizations about groups of people are simply not allowed. Comments or discussions written intentionally to provoke will also be removed. Please refrain from inflammatory and defamatory comments as well as flaming, taunting, and general disrespect. If you don't agree with someone, say why - respectfully. Don't just tell them they're wrong. Do not make uninvited remarks about typos, duplicate posts, posting styles, etc. Respect is the name of the game. Simply treat others the way you'd like to be treated yourself. English Only We currently only support English-only discussions on the i.materialise forum. We require that posted content is in the English language so that it can be well received and properly monitored. Non-English comments and discussions will be removed.
  12. Hi Andrew, MDPI published a very interesting article about this topic last year: Corrosion Behavior of AlSi10Mg Alloy Produced by Additive Manufacturing (AM) vs. Its Counterpart Gravity Cast Alloy You can read the article here: http://www.mdpi.com/2075-4701/6/7/148/pdf I think this should answer your question. Best regards, Franky
  13. Hi Pablo, Colleen Jordan from WEARABLE PLANTER wrote a really nice article about this a few years ago. You might want to take a look at it: http://www.wearableplanter.com/blog/2014/6/4/how-to-dye-your-3d-prints Best regards, Franky
  14. If you only upload the OBJ file, it will not contain any color info. You need to upload an archive file (like ZIP or RAR) that contains the OBJ, MTL and image file (PNG, JPG or GIF). The MTL (Material Library) file is needed to refer to the image file. Open it in Notepad and you'll see it's basically just a text file.
  15. Yes, if you upload a .PLY file to our 3D print lab and select Multicolor as a material, you can see the color and textures of your 3D model.