Marble PLA first test on a bison skull I digitally sculpted
/r/3DprintingI Finally Finished My 3D Printed Mandalorian Costume!
/r/3DprintingHappy accident led me to discover how to put down a gorgeous pattern on my first layer. 100% triangular infill, zero "bottom layers"
/r/3DprintingI made a G-code Importer for Blender
/r/3DprintingPrinted some eggs. Came out pretty well. Printed with Creality Ender3 Pro
/r/3DprintingVoldemort’s wand for Halloween. Light marble PLA on Ender3 Pro.
/r/3DprintingThanks to this forum’s help, my first useful print: a case for this DIY bench power supply with fixed and variable output
/r/3DprintingPrint In Place Sliding Tile Puzzle
/r/3DprintingMade an animation of my favorite 3D printer, the Artillery Sidewinder X1
/r/3DprintingMy current diving helmet I've been working on for Halloween this year!
/r/3DprintingI ordered one and amazon sent me 2 <3 (double checked my order just to make sure)
/r/3DprintingWitching you a Happy Halloween!
/r/3DprintingSo my spool can't withstand 50°C... At least the filament is fine
/r/3DprintingOH WHAT A DAY! WHAT A LOVELY DAY!
/r/3Dprintingassembled a small weekend project today
/r/3DprintingMy pressure fit Christmas ornament design. Currently printing a version with interlocking pieces to see if I like it more for a glue less version.
/r/3DprintingWrong time, wrong place buddy. Is it now considered an organic print?
/r/3Dprinting[LoZ] Just finished my 3D printed Hylian Shield and Mastersword. Took about 3 weeks for printing and post processing.
/r/3DprintingI really dig the print in place octopus
/r/3DprintingTwo days into a four day print, its 3°f/-16°c outside, brownouts have been reported nearby, and I'm not certain I have enough filament. Why did I do this to myself?
/r/3DprintingMade an american clone trooper for my brother
/r/3DprintingMy first print with multiple pieces. Barad dûr (eye of sauron) dice tower. Learned alot with each piece
/r/3DprintingJust finished a 9 hour print! 😬
/r/3DprintingMy work in progress is ready for paint! Model isn't quite right, but future prints will have the trouble areas worked out
/r/3DprintingScientists from Leiden University in the Netherlands printed the world's smallest ship (0.03 millimeters) on a 3D printer.
/r/3DprintingFirst time sanding and painting a 3d print!
/r/3DprintingI may like the supports more than the model (I know it didn't need supports, but Cura doesn't and the one time I got brave enough to tell it did not go well - at least they're tree supports, so they come off easy and they're cool)
/r/3DprintingReleveled my bed after watching a better tutorial and holy heck! A perfect print and layer lines are almost nonexistent. Don't get frustrated; it's possible to achieve this! Ender 3 V2, glass bed, generic PLA, 200°/60°, 0.2 layer height.
/r/3DprintingSimple glue stick holder I designed