My 3D Print projects
On this page you'll find a selection of my 3D Print projects.
All projects are drawn by me (mostly in Fusion 360
some in Tinkercad
), printed by me, but a lot of the ideas are inspired on other peoples work.
Objects that look nice and move.
Not moving, but looking nice
A 3D variant of the Sierpkinksy curve.
This was not intended as "art", but rather as an instruction model on the inner layering of a semiconductors chip. Looks colorful though.
A very classical application of 3D Printing: boxes for electronics projects
Big display, showing the current electricity used by our house, as reported by the so-called P1-port of the electricity smart meter.
An extra keyboard for my son, with special keys during gaming.
See also GitHub.
I like puzzles, and a 3D printer allows rapid prototyping
My father in law makes models of engines
To skill myself in Fusion 360, he proposed I made one of his objects. Since heat and plastic doesn't go together, I made his
Since the carburetor was easy, we challenged ourselves. Project is not yet finished, the motor is not yet running.
Can you make useful things with a 3D printer. You can, but I hardly do
for flowers for my wife. An early print. To be honest, this one I did not draw myself
I believe I got it here.
A special worm gear nut for Lego.
A windshield holder, specially made for my phone, with a bumper case.