#3DBenchy - The jolly 3D printing torture-test
by CreativeTools, published
#3DBenchy is a 3D model specifically designed for testing and benchmarking 3D printers. It is a small recognisable object that you can download for free, make and share.
It is designed to 3D-print quickly and be a fun tool for calibrating your 3D printer. There is a single-part STL file for 3D printing the boat in one material, and a multi-part STL assembly to be used for multi-material/printhead 3D printing.
Documenting the results
You can use the Smartphone Photo Studio for 3DBenchy to easily take photos and share the results of your 3D print. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1085472
- If you desire, please take pictures and post them here as makes with a short description of your 3D-print settings. For more information about 3D-print settings please read this post.
We invite you to join the community and talk about 3D printing with #3DBenchy
You can visit 3DBenchy.com for more information on how to use #3DBenchy.
You can also search the internet to find more about #3DBenchy.
Follow the #3DBenchy boat on ...
- ... Youtube
- ... Flickr
- ... Google+
- ... Tumblr
- ... Wikipedia page
By Creative Tools
We invite you to join the the Thingiverse Group for #3DBenchy to discuss different aspects about 3D-print settings. http://www.thingiverse.com/groups/3dbenchy
For a full set of instructions please visit http://3DBenchy.com. You can also search for the tag #3DBenchy on social media to see what other 3D-printer users have made.
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#3DBenchy - The jolly 3D printing torture-test by CreativeTools is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - No Derivatives license.
What does this mean?
- You must attribute (give credit) to the creator of this Thing.
- Remixing or Changing this Thing is not allowed.
- Commercial use is allowed.
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