The large Z range of my new home-made 3D printer allowed me to print a Stanford Bunny at 2x normal size. This image shows the scaled down bunny that I […]
I created a lithophane using my home-made 3D printer. By using BMP2IGES, a freely available program, I converted a grey scale image to a mesh, with white being thinnest and […]
I downloaded the Stanford Bunny from Thingiverse and used Blender to set up an emitting surface and a diffuse surface. I defined the bunny mesh material as glass and performed […]
I used Blender to render my 3D Kinect scan with an emission surface above and a diffuse surface below. The material type is glass.
I have brushed most of my ABS prints with MEK. I always wear an appropriate mask, gloves, and safety goggles. Brushing is ultimately not that great since it can leave […]
I made some successful, but small prints on my new 3D printer, then started to become ambitious. I wanted to print a really huge Stanford bunny. Everything looked great for […]
I am printing a much larger version of the Stanford Bunny than I printed on my first 3D printer. Here is a video of the new printer in action. I […]