This will always be the coolest thing about having a 3d printer. Within an hour of my wife asking for a tool to help stamp down home made baby food into an ice cube tray for freezing, we had a custom ready to use tool.
We needed some coasters for our dining room table, so why not 3d print some. I saw this really cool design on Etsy for these snail coasters and decided to recreate them with Shapr3D on my iPad and print them in wood filament. A little staining and varnish with some felt feet and they were […]
An IOT project using a few Adafruit micro-controllers to alert us when the dog needs to go outside. She rings the bell, and we get an audio playback in our room letting us know she needs to go out.
It turns out that the awesome folks over at Shapr3D saw the work I did on my 3d printed mute holder and asked if I’d talk to them about it. They were looking at ways to highlight how different people were using Shapr3D in different ways and it seems like I was one of the few people that taking their designs and actually having them printed.