This week, we’re featuring two new and exciting RC releases – a Suzuki MotoGP by Brett Turnage and an F1 car by Daniel Noree! Although our 3D Solutech Print Contest is coming to an end today, we have another contest coming soon and either of these would make for excellent entries!
In this brand new release, Brett Turnage builds on his prior design experience to produce an advanced, fully functional, and competitive RC Motorcycle! We absolutely encourage you to check out the design page to learn more and find out how to make your own.
This improvement on the original OpenRC F1 implements a new body and is designed to be printed using dual extrusion. Check out Daniel Noree’s video on the build process to learn more.
This creative filament holder is designed to simultaneously feed filament and guard your machine. 3DWithUs has included a full comic that you can find on the design page!
This is one of the more creative pen holders we’ve encountered. It makes for a relatively easy print and is optimized for devices like the Wacom Stylus but can be modified to suit your needs with a bit of design savvy.
The Elder Scroll Deadric Armor is sectioned into multiple pieces for ease of printing. It prints best on SLA 3D Printers like the Formlabs Form 2 but would make an exciting challenge for FDM machines as well!
That’s all for this week! Check out James Novak’s post on remixing designs in Meshmixer to learn to make your own mashup designs!