Maple Plank

My entry in the Cubify Summer Sunglasses Challenge and my first time attempt at 3D printing which won me a Cube 2 3D printer. This is where the journey started for me. Looking back now I can see numerous ways to improve my design. Most notable¬†the fact that all of the veins were sketched individually…

The Ideal Scout

Being an eagle scout, I had a lot of fun printing this statue scanned by Jerry7171. I have been following Jerry since his Moses scan controversy where intellectual property laws and 3D printing butted heads. Jerry’s scans look great and are a great way to show off SLA capabilities and sometimes even stress test a…

Steam Junction Coin

Borrowing the body from the Business Coin project, I had a little fun with the new logo for the new makerspace of Burlington, NC. I have been closely involved with the Alamance Makers Guild since I joined in 2014 and I am extremely excited to see their new property, Steam Junction, grow into an amazing…

Business Coin

I’ve been handing out laser cut business cards,¬†which people usually love, but that didn’t seem like a fair representation of my professional work. With a print area of 64×40 mm, the Ember is not well suited for printing business cards so I decided to print business coins. Using a facial scan from a now forgotten…

Ratatouille Sign

It’s been three years in the making, but I finally gained access to a waterjet and was able to cut this sign out. There will be an instructable shortly