Enter prints of any of this week’s featured designs in the Taulman 3D Print Contest to win high performance T-Glase filament! We’re showing impressive post-processing techniques this week which are sure to make your entry one of the top.
These designs are used in Adafruit’s blog that teach you how to Hydro Dip your own 3D printed parts. For more hydrographic tutorials, check out Formlabs’ blog on Adding Full Color Patterns to 3D Prints.
Each part of this Letter Board including the frame and base are fully 3D Printed. FLOWALISTIK used a combination of ColorFabb NGEN and Woodfill, but mix and match to create your own!
It took us a while to notice the rotors on the wings of this StarWars Tie Fighter that make it a fully functional flying machine. Supeso did an incredible job with the design and post-processing and you can find footage of it in action on the design page.
The Plant Eating Man wins for our favourite planter of the week! Print it with multiple shells or use an epoxy to seal the part and make a fully functional planter.
This Battlestar Galactica helmet is segmented into multiple parts allowing you to print larger than your build volume. A great design for practicing part assembly and painting.