When I last left this project in 3D Thursday 9 – An Idea Hatches! I had made the ornate box and was about to decorate it.
Ready to see what happened next?
Sadly I didn’t have time to finish the box mentioned in last week’s post, however, I have been able to put together a short video to show you how to create a cube box, onto which you could weld a decorative 3D design, using Microsoft 3D Builder. Continue Reading…
Ever had a brain plop that turns out to be a really good idea? Believe me, when I say, I am really proud of this week’s 3d printed plop!
So, free files galore in the last post however what if you want to design your own but don’t want to break the bank on high end design software? There is good news, there are a variety of free and budget priced design packages out there.
In this post I will be sharing some that I have tried out but this list is by no means the end of the road.
For those of you that are joining me on the journey into 3d printing, now or in the future, you will be pleased to know that there are a plethora of free things that we can take advantage of already out there.
In this week’s 3D Thursday post I wanted to share some of these with you.
Good morning to you my lovelies. Just thought that I’d pop down some showtimes for when I will be on Create and Craft TV this week in case you were interested.
Watcha me old muckas. Bit of a quickie bonus post for the 3D Thursday series today as I keep harping on about these free 3D design software programs and never really getting you the chance to show them.
For that there reason I have cobbled together a quick video to show you the super simple Microsoft 3D builder program in the hope that it dispells the myth that design for 3D printing has to involve complex and really hard to master software.