How to design and print 3D models with this amazing Kickstarter

Make My Mini is a Kickstarter for software that will simplify the design and printing of 3D models for tabletop games and accessories.
 
 
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June 28, 2014 - PRLog -- Geek Eccentric presents John Hattaway and GEGATT producing the first ever GEGATT video podcast. John interviews Kenneth Ross, the brains behind the Make My Mini Kickstarter campaign.

Make My Mini is software that is designed to simplify the design and production of mini figures used in tabletop gaming as well as pieces for cosplay and more. With this software, unlike other available applications, Make My Mini creates an easy to learn environment that also allows the end user to have full control over every aspect of the design process, down to clothing, weapons, and appearance and then send it off to be printed.

Make My Mini is compatible with all of the major 3D printer requirements and will offer straight to print services for third party printing needs. Or, Make My Mini can be used with home printers of different resolution and sizes. Make My Mini software will display what the final product will look like based on printer, material, and resolution before printing begins.

The Make My Mini campaign is set to run until July 24, 2014 with all proceeds from the campaign going to development of the software and community building. The online community will include Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and more.

Watch the interview at http://www.geekeccentric.com/make-my-mini-gegatt-video-po....

Or support Make My Mini directly through Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/554720415/make-my-mi...

John Hattaway is the founder and publisher of Geek Eccentric as well as the author of GEGATT or Geek Eccentrics Guide to All Things Technology.

Geek Eccentric is a website dedicated to unique and original writing on geek culture and equality and was formed in December 2012.

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