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In this video, we make a Dr. Finkelstein costume using 3D scanning, digital sculpting, and 3D printing.

<p>This is amazing, I love it! Voted for you :D</p>
<p>awesome we all wish we had one of those. the scanning part I find most awesome Where is your company located? have a tool that drafting in the normal sense is impossible or at least above me it would be a negative drawing showing what needs to be taken away . For costuming get to skip everything between the drawing to finished product without getting hands dirty. the possibilities are endless but doesn't it take a bit of the fun and creativeness out of the project </p>
<p>We are in Chicago and Pittsburgh. Take a look at <a href="http://www.neomek.com" rel="nofollow"> http://www.neomek.com</a></p><p>We made the other costumes in this photo the old fashion way. I would have to say Dr. Finkelstein was the most fun.</p>
<p>WOW! Really well implemented.</p>
awesome!!!<br>
hey bud, that's Amazing!
<p>Great use of 3D tech... I just had to create an account to give you my vote...!!!</p>
I am in
<p>Fantastic job! We voted!</p>
<p>Got my vote!!!!!!!</p>
Wow you've got MY vote! FABULOUS COSTUME!!!
Cool costume, but I don't see the video.
<p>So creepy, I love it!</p>
<p>Very nice job! Thanks for sharing!</p>

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