My Mini Factory And Me

March 8, 2018 — 4 Comments

Hallo you. Just a brief one for this week’s 3D Thursday to let you know that I now have an account over on My Mini Factory where I will be uploading some of my 3D designs for you to make use of.

On this website, you can grab the files free and feel safe in the knowledge that they have been 3D print tested, twice!

The reason for this is because I have done a test print on my CoLiDo 3D Compact printer and also the guys over at My Mini Factory run it through their testing software before it is allowed to go ‘live’ on their website.

The first file that I have uploaded is the spiral vase that I shared an image of the other week.

Designing A Spiralized Vase In Hexagon 2 For 3D Printing (2)

I am getting quite a collection of these vases now and will hopefully upload more in the near future along with other cools designs.

Although I liked it printed in the white PLA filament, I got a little ‘painty’ with my print and managed to create something that I am genuinely proud of. Take a look – via this cheesey video montage…

Hehe, so tempted to do the Take Heart gallery music with that.

Had a good lot of neat/messy fun doing this too …

Amazing what one can do with a bit of black gesso and some dry brushed coloured acrylic paint, isn’t it?

Anyhoo, if you have a 3D printer, why not head over to My Mini Factory and grab your free print file now?

Next week I hope to be able to share some more of these files along with decoration tips so I hope that I will see you then.

Bye for now.

J :)

4 responses to My Mini Factory And Me

  1. 

    Keep them coming John! Thank You

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  2. 
    Carole Morgan March 8, 2018 at 5:50 pm

    Flipping spell check!! That should have read we can still dream Sharon!

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  3. 
    Carole Morgan March 8, 2018 at 5:50 pm

    I quite agree with Sharon Lones! We can still dream Sharpness! Like you I love to see what John comes up with… such talented man!

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  4. 

    I’ll probably never be able to afford a 3D printer but I love being able to see what you can do with one. Thank you.

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