Here’s a great family activity that doesn’t break the bank, model rockets (3d printing comes in below). I got them on a lark but it was way more fun than expected, both the girls gave it a 10/10: Launch 1: Launch 2: Launch 3 (and the end of the first rocket): So after we lost […]
A set of 8-bit character drink coasters, kids may actually use them and makes a fun drinking game for the adults Trivia: How many of these characters can you name? And of course a proper holder
Guess who doubled their print speed? Starting to print some really cool robots and larger props now (will post updates soon, life has been pretty crazy) but the print speed was killing me, problem solved. I got it in a deal with a fixer upper 3d laser scanner, score! Here’s a few of the Halloween […]
In keeping with the classic Harrison Ford movie props here’s another you may know:
This was a personal challenge. I rebuilt most of my printer over last month to improve the print quality and I wanted a torture test to see how well it would perform. This 1:1 scale model of Deckard’s blaster from Blade Runner is insanely hard to print. This has had no post processing of any kind (sanding, ,trimming, […]
This is the ‘OTTO’ robot I found on thingiverse, I made one themed with my company’s colors and logo.
Made for the kids at my wife’s church group, but I can’t stop playing with them.
For those who think 3D printing doesn’t have any practical applications, here’s some of my 3D printed desk swag:
Printed in ABS @150 micron, painted with our new airbrush. My youngest really wanted a tie fighter (and so did I). Darth Vader’s Tie Advance Your run of the mill Tie Fighter Tie Interceptor, I think this is the coolest design personally Obligatorily Group Shot
This took 37hrs to print, but well worth it. Did it in about 20 pieces and acetone welded it together.