3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Hogron66 » 11 Jan 2018, 22:03

That is a lovely designed stadium.

I understand the SSG designed red and blue stand was also based on Spurs stand.
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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Hogron66 » 11 Jan 2018, 22:25

Printing the second tier of the Shelf:
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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby spudski » 12 Jan 2018, 08:09

Looks great. SSG is Subbuteo Sports Games Ltd.

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Postby Vikash » 12 Jan 2018, 14:03

That is a lovely designed stadium.

I understand the SSG designed red and blue stand was also based on Spurs stand.
Firstly, this is such a great idea! I look forward to more on the grandstands.

Watching the Forest v Arsenal game on the weekend, I can't help wondering if that Brian Clough stand may have been the main inspiration, mate. Like looking at a whole length of Subby grandstands. Fantastic sight :awe:
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Postby Vikash » 12 Jan 2018, 14:06

Here is a picture of the stand. I guess the Spurs grandstand is pretty much the same as well 8)
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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Hogron66 » 14 Jan 2018, 19:55

Finished the first prototype of the 3D printed “Shelf”. It’s a lot of printing to be honest, but the result is very good.
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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Hogron66 » 14 Jan 2018, 20:03

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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby spudski » 15 Jan 2018, 17:25

Very nice.

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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Vikash » 16 Jan 2018, 10:48

Oh My God :awe: :clap: That is so good!
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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Focus On » 16 Jan 2018, 12:50

Can you 3d print a hw player??

what does it print 'in'...plastic?...never heard of these before
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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Puffin » 16 Jan 2018, 19:23

These are amazing!

I've seen these printers advertised elsewhere. I think its about a £2k initial investment for the printer. What raw material do you have to use to make items?
FANTASY FLICKER - Handpainted Subbuteo
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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Hogron66 » 16 Jan 2018, 21:58

Can you 3d print a hw player??

what does it print 'in'...plastic?...never heard of these before
Printing players is quite difficult, I am doing tests with it. For now no good results to share :?

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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Hogron66 » 16 Jan 2018, 22:00

These are amazing!

I've seen these printers advertised elsewhere. I think its about a £2k initial investment for the printer. What raw material do you have to use to make items?
That’s correct, I use PLA filaments. Sometimes ABS but that little tricky material.

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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Vikash » 17 Jan 2018, 08:11

What would the cost be for these stands, or any other design you are looking to produce?
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Re: 3D design of a Subbuteo grandstand and scoreboard /PA

Postby Focus On » 17 Jan 2018, 08:19

Honestly i'm stunned
To think you can print a Subbuteo stand in 3d is mindblowing

ps the shelf at Tottenham, we got naughty in there in 1983 and 'took' it

we werent even playing Spurs that day either lol :grin:

we did the same thing in 1981 when our game at west ham was called off, bout 500 went and took the PL end for their match v Liverpool

Yids are so embarrased by this that to this day they deny it ever happened
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