We designed and printed this 5' wide jet propellor for the entrance of an office building in Stamford, Connecticut. Over 300 print hours and 60+ parts (not including registration pins). Printed with Raise3d and Makerbot. The nose is sand blasted and the outer cowling is chromed, the rest are raw prints.
Having fun mixing faces and temples on our resin frames. What color combo would you go for? Come to the Formlabs Roadshow tonight to see our glasses in person and help us refine our prototypes to make the perfect custom glasses.
Have you ever tried friction welding using your dremel and a piece of filament? It's a quick (and pretty fun) way to spot weld seams and is super helpful to hold parts together while epoxy sets.
Two pens are better as one
The Home Base light switch cover converts your switch to a twist knob, and serves as a modular slot board for ultimate customization.
Detail shot on the hinge of our V1 glasses. We're still prototyping and working on V3 now. Hinges are relatively the same using a metal pin. Thinking of incorporating some more fun twists like clip on sunglasses and a ruler on the temple. What new features would you give to a pair of glasses?