Make Your Own CD!
Yellow 3D Printed Cat Container With Moving Lid!
3D Printed Pacman Designs
Thank you for your kind words. I have my students build their cars using materials found around our lab. Mostly cardboard and hot glue. I attached a copy of the project brief to the Instructable. Unfortunately, I can't add the hyperlink in this comment. Please do not hesitate to reach out again :)
DYI Pinewood Derby TrackView Instructable »
Knotted Cornhole Board HandleView Instructable »
Making 3D Printed Circuit Boards With Tinkercad
Congratulations! Great project.
Portable Cornhole Game
I found this article. I chose PETG because AP was concerned with the temp and uv exposure, but according to this article, PLA does fine with uv. https://3dprinterly.com/is-pla-uv-resistant-including-abs-petg-more/
Thank you. I was pleasantly surprised with the texture the 'asteroid' shape provided. I will definitely use this shape again to replicate uneven textures.
Personalized Wreath Ornament With Tinkercad
Let me know how it works. Always looking to make improvements.
Personalized Wreath Ornament With TinkercadView Instructable »
The 6W is doing a great job for me. My previous version (the breadbox) seemed to tan the prints. My white and clear prints turned yellow. This light doesn't seem to do that.
Thank you very much:)
How to Make a Plywood Boat
Creating 3D Plywood Models From 2D Images
True story: My students found this project today and asked if this was the same Mr. Erdreich that I always talk about :). They said you used Gravit just like we do in class. I said, 'no, we use Gravit like HE does in his class'. You continue to inspire. Bravo dude.
Laser Cut Dye Sub Ornaments
Glad I could inspire. I go though cycles of using my printer everyday, and then putting it aside for months.
Definitely a missed opportunity. I would definitely add the year to the design. Great suggestion.
Thank you for your kind words. I would love to see what 2D keepsakes you can create using Gravit. You can always print these when the time comes :)
This is a great model. I love the functionality of the design. The model I printed is slightly different, but this is a great version.
I like what you did there :)
Thank you for your kind words. The TARDIS you shared is awesome, but it's not the same one I used. The top of the design I printed is open and the words are etched in the design. Still, you shared a superior model.
I printed the 3D Thingiverse file on the Elegoo resign printer. I also printed the model using the FDM Lulzbot, but the resulting print was not even close to the quality I got from the resin printer.
Absolutely. I'm a bit of a perfectionist, but I can't imagine reprinting this model a few inches taller. Extension rings are a fantastic idea.
I'd love to see a picture of your build. I love finding ways to repurpose items.
Thanks brother. I indebted to you for introducing me to this site. I love all of the projects you post. I'm especially in awe of the detail you add to your 'teacher' projects. You provide students (and teachers) with everything they need for a successful build. This is invaluable, especially when hands-on tech teachers are looking for opportunities for their students to apply their skills remotely.
Thank you very much for your kind words. This was definitely a fun project to put together.
3D Printed Keepsake OrnamentsView Instructable »
Thank you very much. I'm really digging your carved wooden Instructables Robot. Well done!
3D Printed Resin Curing StationView Instructable »
Turn Your Cellphone Into a Document CameraView Instructable »
Percy Jackson Riptide