Wall covered in printed miner's spikes with candles. We modeled these and printed them in @refilamentrecycled PET for an exhibit by Shonah Trescott which highlighted the rising CO2 levels in the atmosphere.
When looking for your razor takes longer than shaving, you're doing it wrong.
Using component parts in prints is a great way to work around plastic limitations. This penny is not a traditional component part, but it sure is cheap and readily available!
When the tolerances are on point
This little vacuum former is the perfect companion for a 3D printer. We've been using it to make simple one part molds for soap, candles, ice, and chocolate. But materials like cement and plaster work great as well, so keep an eye out for some new experiments.
PLA test print to check sizing and aesthetics before printing in resin.