My boyfriend and I have been wanting to have our own 3D printer and now we do! We bought the PrintrBot metal framed one and made it work after assembly! Washi tapes really help to make the print stay in place, and the rainbow pattern never hurts anyone right?The first print is a wire organizer I CAD in solidworks.It has an egg shaped bottom and some chisel shaped teeth on top. The plastic has a little bit of flexibility so […]
Joseph Muth, Daniel Vogt, Robert Wood, Jennifer Lewis and co-workers report on a new method for fabricating strain sensors within highly conformal and extensible elastomeric matrices, known as embedded-3D printing (e-3DP). [Credit: Y. Bai, J. Muth and J. Lewis, Harvard University.]
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I designed this sculpture in Solidworks. I drew several triangles in sketches on different planes and using the loft feature to create this 3D sculpture. I used 3D printer to print this miniature version and I currently use it as a ring holder.