Snow Flakes 30 pcs STL 3d-print
Snowflakes can be printed on a 3D printer in any size from 15 mm and larger. I specially designed them to be very small so that they could be printed in a minimum size with a 0.4 mm nozzle.
I printed my snowflakes using PET plastic, from recycled bottles and kegs.
Snowflakes can be hung on a Christmas tree, decorated in the interior, or sewn onto a New Year's costume. You can make earrings from them :)
In the archive you will find the SolidWorks source code, you can change the shapes of the snowflakes as you wish.
For my daughter, I printed a little Wally made of plastic, she is crazy about this toy, especially since dad made a toy.
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.
I decided to try how my homemade 3D printer will cope with small models, for this I chose mini-toys and printed them.
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.
This cool garland is assembled according to the design of Alex Hyvera using Arduino and an address LED strip. The garland has many interesting effects, a running text, several games and the ability to control all this from a mobile phone.