Posts Tagged: 3d printing

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    3D Printed Retro Raygun

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    or: Making a Raygun in 42 Easy Steps

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    Magic Beef Box

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    You know when you’re trying to hide beef jerky in a treasure chest, but the lock just isn’t musical enough? And when your old-timey pirate chest is somehow lacking in Zelda references? This utterly practical project was built to address those concerns and more.

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    Happy Robo Pendant

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    I’ve heard that the best reason to make things is to give them away as gifts, and I completely agree. I doodled a little robot one day and thought it looked pretty cool.

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    Holy Hand Sculpture, Batman

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    Years ago, I went to an art-based boarding school. Years later, they sent out a call for an alumni art exhibition. The prompt was to create any piece at all based on the school. I’d been doing a lot of 3D printing lately, so I thought it fitting to make a digital sculpture.

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    Morph Ball

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    I designed and printed a morph ball for a Sphero toy. Something about the art of Metroid just has a way of sticking in my brain, I guess. For some reason I couldn’t find anyone else making a real-life morph ball, so I went and made it happen.   It lights up pretty well during... Read more »