The Trophy Room: Show us your best prints!


#245

I know this one is quite unspectacular and still far from perfect … but it is the first part of real use I made, and will join a linear drive with some sheetmetal assembly instead of a part made from aluminum.

Notice the entries for hex nuts inside the bore which can not easily be produced through mold flow technique.
It is especially designed for - and only available with - generative methods :slight_smile:
http://www.walther-mathieu.de/PICS/A1093868X.JPG
http://www.walther-mathieu.de/PICS/A1093869X.JPG


#246

I guess I’m long overdue to post some stuff here.

Been working on a lot of Marvel and video game stuff lately, so here’s a finished Baby Groot made with ColorFabb Bamboo Fill, and a massive 45+ hour Hulk project still in progress, printed with natural PLA as it will be fully painted anyway.


#247

That mini groot looks amazing :smiley:


#248

Here i some of my recent projects that turned out great.

An AEP7 laser pistol from Fallout 3 ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:129789 )


And Laser cutting carton papir

And this educational clock ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1730493 )


#249

Love that Learning Clock, great idea!

How long did it take to paint the Fallout pistol?


#250

the pistol took around 50 hours to print. The paint, eletronics and assembly took around 8-10 hours. I didnt stress with it. It was a gift project for my brother for christmas so it took me most of december.

The clock really made it fun for my kids to get a relationship to time.


#251

That is awesome! You’ve hit on the same things that for me I really didn’t forsee but enjoy so much about 3D printing. Making stuff for family and friends, I’m thinking about doing a pistol from Destiny for a friend, and have found myself doing all kinds of projects or parts of projects for my kids school.

The schools here are pushing STEM hard, so I push the kids hard. I insist I will not just print ‘stuff’ and they call it a project. I’ll print whatever they want as long as it is part of their project or they can describe it or explain how it fits into the bigger picture of STEM. It’s been a great time this school year watching the creative minds at work.


#252

Finally got around to finishing this guy last week.

Posted a fun timelapse to YouTube tonight too. https://youtu.be/ClYKNL0Duxg

Amazing what the FLUX can do that other printers really struggle with.


#253

I should be all set for St. Valentine’s Day

:heart:FLUX


#254

FLUX Delta & Delta+


What will you make today?


My greatest work yet! @proclaim surely this will get me that TestFlight invitation? :grin:


#255

#256

@(Sponge Bobl), I found your new house!!!


#257

Patrick Star Time-lapse video on FLUX Delta


#258

Something two crow about! The left one is a low quality print I did a month ago and the right one is a medium quality print done after sanding my magnetic rings. I’m just glad to have it working again.
Model: https://www.myminifactory.com/object/crow-support-free-5861


#259

Nice! Great to be up and running again.


#260


#261

Cool, is that the keyholder model? Looks great!


#262

yeah, it’s the keyholder from thingiverse.


#263

why has this topic gone silent?


#264

Ok, as it’s a slow news day, here’s one from last year. When I thought me and my brother’s couldn’t get together for our annual family get together, I decided to do photogrammetry on our heads and present my mother with bobble heads of us so it felt like we were all there. Well, as it turned out we could get together after all so we got photographed with our bobble heads.
The doner bobble heads were Mr Bean models and I figured out how to replace the face with ours. Despite many requests from friends I have declined making any more as each one took a week to make!