I’ve been learning a lot of new “stuff” lately. I thought I’d share my pain. Read More
My wife got a Bluetooth headset less than a year ago, which she loves wearing at work, listening to audio books when she can. This morning on the way in to work, though, she found that the power switch didn’t work.
My wife and her mother are working on a project to put 5 x 7 inch pictures in a wooden frame, and they thought it would be a nice touch to have a frame holder to display the picture on the tabletop. My thought, of course, was to 3D print one for each frame, perhaps in different colors.
When I asked my mother in law what colors she wanted, she asked, “Can we do it in clear?” Read More
Sometimes it really does come down to “necessity is the mother of invention”, and 3D printers make this possible for nearly anyone willing to invest a little time. Today, I did it again – from design, print, and ready in under 2 hours!
In my previous post (read it for more details on the artist and his studio), I displayed a picture of the 2 inch print of an STL file I received from “Gullwing”, the artist at Images in Depth/Lifecast Arizona. Here you see a deconstructed 4 inch print (left) along with the removed support material (right).
The armature for the full-scale dragon sculpture is formed and mounted. Read More