In this week’s featured designs, you’ll find a number of print-in-place functional assemblies as well as aesthetic designs that are great for showing off your print quality. We’re also excited to announce the Create to Educate Lesson Plan Contest where anyone can enter a lesson plan for the chance to win an Ultimaker 3 and prizes from MatterHackers.
Daniel Noree is redefining functional designs with this skateboard truck and the caveat ‘try at your own risk’. A great, albeit risky, way of testing out the strength of your materials.
Joy the Gamepad is a step up from conventional controllers and a great weekend electronic’s project. An LCD screen allows the eyes to move with the position of the joystick and Adafruit has included a full tutorial teaching you how to make your own.
Kijai did a great job with the design and execution of the model. This is fully printable without supports and a great way of showing off the quality of your printer.
This Paper Towel Man design by jobsmolders is easy to print and functional off of the platform. A great way to add some unique flare to your home or apartment.