The Envision The Future Design Challenge is live where you can win a Lulzbot Taz 6 3D Printer. If you’re more into printing than modelling, use any of these featured designs as entries into the MakerGeeks Print Contest which closes in less than 24 hours!
This design is meant to be printed with one shell or in ‘vase mode’ and the two components slide seamlessly over top each other. Check out the video by Desktop Makes to see them in action!
March of Robots is named as such because Piggyson is creating a new design for each day of the month. We printed a few of them for this week’s header image and are looking forward to seeing more on Pinshape!
This Low-Poly rose makes for a great gift in a pinch. With adequate layer cooling, this design can be printed without support structures.
The feather is a versatile development board designed by Adafruit. This design is great for anyone that desires to enclose their electronics in a box and the full tutorial for this project can be found here.
This spinneroo is multi-functional; serving as both a container for SD cards and as a sort of rotating fidget spinner. 20 slots should start to get a hold on our increasingly sizable collection of rogue SD cards.
That’s all for this week! Print any of these designs for the MakerGeeks Print Contest to win Crystal Series PLA.