Mini-toys on a 3D printer
I decided to try how my homemade 3D printer will cope with small models, for this I chose mini-toys and printed them.Download Mini Toys for 3D Printing
Almost all toys bought for the daughter do not cause the child's interest, which can not be said about developing toys made by themselves. Below is a photo of the simplest developing mat, which the wife made for a couple of evenings from old buttons.
Candles in the shape of eggs perfectly complement the Easter holiday. The unusual shape of the candle very much like the grandmother.
Bowden extruder for a 3D printer with minimal gaps and no extra parts. An eccentric is provided for compressing the spring and releasing the filament rod.
This thermometer hung outside the window for several years, due to temperature changes the plastic mount literally crumbled into small pieces in hands. Repairing a thermometer with a 3D printer cost ten minutes of modeling and a few grams of plastic.
I present to your attention a homemade 3d printer. Assembled from plywood, aluminum, plastic and Arduino. This printer is unique in that its kinematics is peeped from Ultimaker, but done with quality modifications.