When you have a 3D printer, everything looks like it should be printed.
This is a collection of objects that I’ve created, using DesignSpark Mechanical exclusively for the constructive solid geometry.
I feel grateful to have learned how to do this, and have posted a few short video tutorials about how to do this. Maybe they can help you.
- Mobile: pinch to zoom, one finger to rotate, two fingers simultaneously to reposition
- Desktop: mouse wheel to zoom, left-click to rotate, right-click to reposition
Espresso Tamper Model 2
Espresso Tamper Model 1
Plant Drainage Stand
Knife Sharpener Holder
Knife Magnet Holder
Gas Burner Socket
I will add models to this page as I make them, and there are other models in my collection that I need to find and upload, which I will do in time.
My first opportunity to use a 3D printer was during my time at a Berlin startup in 2015. It was a 1200€ Craftbot that we bought for the engineering department prototyping lab.
At the moment, I use a Creality Ender 3, which I purchased for 200€ in late 2018. It easily performs as well as the Craftbot! The low end is the high end now and the barrier to entry is essentially zero.