3D Presentation Pack
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This is a must for any 3D printer operator. I find myself getting into situations where I have to present my 3d printer or explain what one does. Well a lot of people want to see what one can make. I usually don't have good objects to present to them or show them. I have created a fail proof pack of awesome stuff from Thingiverse to show your audience what your printer is capable of. Here are the different items:
Bre Pettis's Head
Bre scanned his head on a 3D scanner then uploaded to Thingiverse.
File Name: Bre_DI3D_Sample10k-fixed.stl
Zaggo created this awesome useful whistle that actually works. A favorite among my friends.
File Name: whistle_v2.stl
Vik created this sperm whale tooth. Because sperm whale teeth are very rare. But with a 3D printer there is now an abundance of them.
File Name: whale_tooth.stl
Starno created this bottle opener which uses a penny to open a bottle. A favorite among men. Instert a penny and your good to go.
File Name: penny_opener_cut.stl
Natetrue designed these elliptical gears that clip together to form a working elliptical gear set.
File Names: ellipsegearlink.stl
- Print the Parts.
- Some assembly is required.
- Take with you when you present your printer or show it off!
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