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.
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.
The Home Base light switch cover converts your switch to a twist knob, and serves as a modular slot board for ultimate customization.
Frame cleanup before sending out for lensing
We're making local, custom eyeglasses with the lenses and prescription of your choosing. Many eyeglasses of different brands are manufactured at the same facilities and owned by the same parent company. 3D printing can bring all new personalization and design decisions that the typical acetate substrates wouldn't allow.
Variety of resin prints in the sunlight