We’ve picked our favourite 3D printing designs for this week of Dec 4th to share with you!
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Here’s our favourite 3D printing designs for this week:
No matter where I take my laptop, unnecessary wires seem to magically find me and clutter up my workspace. With this little helper, I can now put all my wires aside to one side of the table and go back to what really matters . . . watching stand up comedies on Youtube! I mean . . . ummm work 😉
Little Kid At Heart
Who doesn’t love bubbles?!? Now, you don’t even have get the bubble juice all over your hands or blow through the bubble maker until you’re blue in the face! This is a really cool, whimsical and fun print that will be sure to have everyone smiling, laughing and chasing bubbles when you ride by. I can’t wait to print one out for my bike rides through the city.
Christmas is just around the corner!!! For those of you who are familiar with me by now, it should be no surprise to you that I’m super excited for the frosty holidays! This wintery design makes me feel like curling up with a book and a hot cocoa. That’s what holidays mean to me besides, of course the feastful fam jams and boisterous, alcohol-fuelled competitive game nights with friends! Get your decorating started early this year so your place feels extra festive.
I always wanted to fly in a fighter jet! Maybe one day 🙂 Until then, I’ll play with this Air Jet T-01. Printed for my 3 year old son who LOVES it! 13hrs + no supports. Thanks Me, Myself, I (the designer!!)
+1 to the details
Atom3DP are behind project “Materialize”. Materialize are compositions created by arranging multiple 3D printed objects into a frame. The compositions sparks our depth perception and challenges us to slowly scan the image to notice the small details within the frame. Here are a couple more Materialize compositions – enjoy!
On first glance, I had no idea what this was. And then I realized it was for making empanadas! I’ve seen lots of cookie cutters, but an empanada mold? This is a first! For those of you concerned with food safety issues, maybe place a sheet of saran wrap between the shaper so the dough never actually touches the pastry/bread dough? Though, the dough shouldn’t touch the filament for too long since it’s just shaping it.
Christmas is coming!
Beauty is in the little things
This Cactus toothpick is awesome! It’s both funny looking and useful. Small things are my passion. I would love to print a bunch of small things and place them all over my kitchen. I would also add small moving eyes to this cactus (like toys have). This is a very cool design! Love it 🙂
I’ve recently bought a new pair of high quality headphones and I’m treating them like a baby. The sound is great, they look great. There’s just one more thing that would make the whole experience perfect — a solid headphone holder. This design by Zer0Nu11 can be attached to a 3/4″ desk or table to keep the headphones our of your way. Very useful!
Ice Scraping Queen
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