When you are into 3D printing, you have heard from 3D Benchy. A lovely little boat that conquered the vast sea of 3D-print hobbyists, teachers, professionals and many more as a renowned benchmark test for most existing and future 3D printers. A while ago I realised that - on the entirety of the internet - Benchy had no way to harbour. Like Davy Jones, it was exiled to the sea without any possibility set foot on dry land. Fortunately, from now on, the banishment has been lifted. By printing this 3D model, a maximum of 8 3D Benchy boats can lower the anchor and moor to a dock in your home, classroom or office.
Beware: the file ‘Sea.stl’ tends to warp during printing!
- Matteforge Pro Filament White (border)
- Real Filament Light Blue (sea)
- Real Filament Brown (dock & feet)
Of course, a big thanks and shout-out to Creative Tools for creating and sharing the awesome little boat #3DBenchy (3DBenchy.com).