Vertigo Grey Easter by Antonin Nosek March 23 2018
We are so happy when we can collaborate on projects with talented people. Take a look on the latest project from young Czech designer Antonin Nosek.
Vertigo Grey Easter - Holiday with elegance and style!
All twelve eggs are on Thingiverse for downloading and printing.
You know.. Everything is better in Vertigo grey : )
Best 3D prints of last weeks #8 part 1 October 09 2017
We have been pretty busy here recently (not that we’re complaining, that is definitely a good thing). TCT in Birmingham was amazing and it was great to be part of such an interesting and well attended show.
Here is the latest best prints blog. We don't say “of the week” this time because they are from the last few hectic weeks and this is only part one!
There were so many amazing prints that we had to divide it into parts : ).
So scroll down for the first instalment and keep your eyes peeled for part two!
Have a nice printing day
▷ Material: ASA Extrafill "Traffic red"
▷ Printed by: JATMN - CaptainBAWLS
▷ Printed on: Ultimaker 2
▷ Model: SQUIZZLE! A NO SUPPORTS SQUIRREL SCULPT by Louise Driggers on Cults3D
▷ Material: PLA Extrafill Vertigo Galaxy
▷ Printed by: Staal3D
▷ Printed on:
▷ Model: T-800 Terminator Exoskull by Andrew Diehl on Thingiverse
Best 3D prints of last week #6 August 28 2017
New Monday is here and that's the perfect time to look for the best prints of last week. We are so excited to get emails, notifications with tags or messages with all this wonderful prints. Thank you.
Enjoy our selection of the best and have a nice printing week!
▷ Material: PLA Extrafill Traffic White, Traffic Black and Traffic Red
▷ Printed by: Daniël Drobinski
▷ Printed on: Prusa i3 MK2
▷ Model: BULLET BILL / BANZAI BILL by Martin Moore on MyMiniFactory
▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey"
▷ Printed by: Leonardo Delgado
▷ Printed on: modified BQ Prusa i3 Hephestos
▷ Model: Captain America bookend by Laura Pantaleone on MyMiniFactory
Best 3D prints of last week #3 August 07 2017
Have you noticed that it's August? The summer is getting so fast...
We are hoping that you are enjoying it and also that you are printing : ).
Let's take a look on the best of last week from our materials.
Have a nice printing days!
Arturo Anoni 3D printed his own glasses July 26 2017
It’s really nice to print all those characters and toys, but we appreciate when 3D printing helps in a real struggle too. For instance, when you break a part of your electronics and you want to make your own gadgets or you need a holder for something that you can’t buy online. 3D printing is here to create all real necessities and we love it! That’s the story behind this interview about new spectacle frames.
Hello, Arturo. How do you greet in Mexico?
You printed your own eyeglasses frames. How did you come up with this idea?
It is incredible to be able to change frames and color whenever you want.
Are you planning to make more of them? Maybe something more extravagant?
I would love to do more and better ones. Of course, it would be great to do more extravagant shapes too. <3.
Which software do you use for modeling?
I use Fusion 360. You must measure the width and height of the lenses, then you cover it with blue tape and take photos. Finally, the photo is vectored in Illustrator or Fusion 360. The most important thing is that people can have access to a low-cost frame for their lenses or in case of an accident.
By taking a photo, you mean from a front, side and top view?
Just from the front and that’s it.
How did you print it?
I did it on Original Prusa i3 mk2. Parameters are for PLA Vertigo Grey of Fillamentum. I use Simplify 3D 100% infill 215 degrees and 60 in bed. No more support needed. Folding the lenses with a hot air gun is enough if it is required :).
Did you use something special for finishing?
It does not need any finishing since the filament is beautiful. The pieces are assembled and they do not require any screws.
Are you really wearing it?: )
I have them right now.