3D printed full size makerbot
by Webca, published
This Makerbot is made out of aproximatly 150 individual pieces that is printed on , "yes you guessed it) a Makerbot.
My Makerbot worked hard everyday for about a month straight to finish this project, and i am immensly happy about the end resoult.
There are more pictures on the bottom of this page;)
(The pictures doesnt do it justice one bit, but it really is a thing of beauty)
Now i have added a zip file that includes all stl- and max-files.
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Couldnt you just use this:
Just put paint in it :)
Ive been following your work, and I would emplode out of happiness if you could answer a persian artists weird question. Can you print 3D paintings. I mix a few different types of primer and paint so I can put it in a squeeze bottle. I sometimes drop 500 dots which dries overnight. Can It be programmed to do such a thing?
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I simply used a hot-glue gun.
When every segment is printed and glued together, you build the makerbot as you would a regular made of wood.
I had to take a little under a quarter inch off the right side of the acrylic z-stage to make it move freely up and down past the heavy use of hot glue.
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