The other week I made a start on some gargoyle-esque designs with the 3D printer however on a recent search through the interweb-net-thing I came across a cool multi-part Tatar ornament that I just had to print and work onto a canvas.
For a while, the 3D printer has been unloved, but I have recently set it up again in order to start making for things for the new home.
In this post, I will share with you a quick decorative technique that I tried out.Read More »
A little bit of an experiment this week.
I have been seeing a fair bit of pebble painting going on around the internet so I thought that I could see what I could do with that concept in conjunction with my CoLiDo 3D Compact printer.
Read on to see how it all turned out.
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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!Read More »
In this blog post, and accompanying video, I will be showing you how to design your own floral button ready for 3D Printing in Microsoft 3D Builder.
Have you been following this year’s adventures in 3D design and printing? If so, you will likely be delighted to hear that it is once again Thursday so I am ready to dive into another project.
Hallo you. Just wanted to give you a heads up that I will be on the google box again this weekend with more from the exuberantly exciting world of 3D printing!
I have been playing and experimenting and can’t wait to share my findings with you so I hope that you will be able to tune in.Read More »
3D Printing returns to the blog in 2018 with a range of ideas for creating some cool projects and tutorials.
This post will feature a video tutorial on how to make an assortment of shaped beads with a hole through the centre for threading.
Best of all it is the first in a three-part series that will help you get to grips with designing things in Microsoft 3D Builder!