A new package arrived in the mail today…. 🙂 #3dprinter #3dprinting #3dprint #thingiverse #impresora3d #3dmodel #3d #flashforge #newtoy
Create custom chocolates using 3D printing and vacuum forming at home.
Here is the result of my adventure in creating a vacuum forming setup. My first victim is a 3D print of a Stormtrooper helmet.
Err… lots of things. Mostly though, I’ve been getting better with Blender. I’m really starting to understand the tools and features of the program. Right now I’m practicing mesh editing a Minion model. I plan to reverse engineer the STL file into Blender shapes to create variations of the original. I’ll upload and release them shortly.
1. Makerbot created a MMI unit for the thing-o-matic to allow PC-Less control…(print, jog, calibrate)
2. Makerbot stopped selling MMI kit.
3. Files were open-source.
4. Access to the design files means you can build it your self instead.
6. I now have a MMI unit for my Thing-o-matic. 🙂
This is a prime example of the power of Open Source Hardware. I created my own Gen4 Interface for a Thing-O-Matic printer when the company decided to stop selling the units.