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3D Printing Eyeglass (Zprinter 450) - YouTube

3D Printing Eyeglass (Zprinter 450) - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxlorGcJpZE   In this project, we're 3d printing Link's Hylian Shield from Zelda.   Read the full guide on learn.adafruit.com   It’s over 450mm long and features a built-in handle. It prints in just 2 parts. The bottom part is printed upside down so the support material is easy to remove by hand.   You can download the design and customize the parts to fit your 3D printer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxlorGcJpZE In this project, we're 3d printing Link's Hylian Shield from Zelda. Read the full guide on learn.adafruit.com It’s over 450mm long and features a built-in handle. It prints in just 2 parts. The bottom part is printed upside down so the support material is easy to remove by hand. You can download the design and customize the parts to fit your 3D printer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdztF18dSJU ZMorph 2.0 SX features a new and faster worktable switching system that complements our well known interchangeable tool head system. The new worktables simply click-in, using a magnet mounting system. Going from 3D printing to CNC and laser has never been easier. -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdztF18dSJU ZMorph 2.0 SX features a new and faster worktable switching system that complements our well known interchangeable tool head system. The new worktables simply click-in, using a magnet mounting system. Going from 3D printing to CNC and laser has never been easier. -

10479228_308098952685662_6743344973586576986_n.jpg (467×450)    77th & York 3D printed booties.......from Stratasys

10479228_308098952685662_6743344973586576986_n.jpg (467×450) 77th & York 3D printed booties.......from Stratasys

▶ 3D Printing: Make anything you want - YouTube

▶ 3D Printing: Make anything you want - YouTube

▶ 3D Printing: Make anything you want - YouTube

▶ 3D Printing: Make anything you want - YouTube

Australian architecture company recently won the top prize in 3D printing fashion competition from Nanyang Technological University. The XYZ Workshop bodice was made using a more basic desktop printer, which makes the intricacy and detail of the piece even more incredible. The lace like structure was created by printing and assembling 26 different sections, taking inspiration from the process of creating hydrogen from water molecules, promoting sustainable practice in the concept of the…

Australian architecture company recently won the top prize in 3D printing fashion competition from Nanyang Technological University. The XYZ Workshop bodice was made using a more basic desktop printer, which makes the intricacy and detail of the piece even more incredible. The lace like structure was created by printing and assembling 26 different sections, taking inspiration from the process of creating hydrogen from water molecules, promoting sustainable practice in the concept of the…

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