In this week’s featured designs, you’ll find many functional models and top entries into the Create to Educate Lesson Plan Contest which ended yesterday so stay tuned for the winners! Any of these designs would make for great entries into the eSUN Print Contest where each week 5 winners can take their pick of several premium material options.
Chris Halliday did an incredible job with this alternator design and it looks like the print was done using SLS or Binder Jetting technology. This is a top contender in the Create to Educate Lesson Plan Contest and you can find the rest of the entries here!
As 3D printing technology continues to improve, new applications like functional vices become viable. This is the second version of swlesson’s functional vice which improves upon some of the flaws in the earlier model.
This is one of our favourite projects by Adafruit yet and the design is deceptively simple. Print out the 3 required components and follow their tutorial to make your own!
Unless secured poorly, Christmas Trees tend to be stationary and Nishu is changing that precedent up with this Xmas Automota Design! A simple print and assembly that makes for a great decoration.