I've begun designing and printing 3D models.
Janod Rocket cone replacement
I designed a replacement nose cone for my youngest's Janod Rocket, after we lost the original. It's substantially based on one module from a "Nose Cone Library" by Garrett Goss, which he kindly released to the public domain. Part of the work is to incorporate a void to fit a small magnet. My contributions are under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0).
I had a layer shift on my print, so the offset battery slot didn't work as intended. The white trim is adapted from the lid from some kitchen herbs. I ended up filleting out the battery hole region of the print and glueing the magnet and cone onto the white trim layer.
IKEA HEMNES Shoe cabinet repair
A repair to this IKEA HEMNES Shoe cabinet.
batterycover.scad - a replacement battery cover for a toy LED candle.
It's under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0).
My very first design was a toy castle shape, initially to learn the tooling and also to see how techniques I developed playing with wadc might translate to 3D printing.
- things I'd like to 3D print, revisited, posted on
- Prusa Mini, posted on
- Replacement nosecone for Janod Rocket, posted on
- IKEA HEMNES Shoe cabinet repair, posted on
- 3D-printed replacement battery cover, posted on
- 25 things I would like to 3D print, posted on
- 3D-printed castle, iteration 2, posted on
- 3D printing, posted on