We’ve been busy lately with www.shop3d.ca so it’s been a while since we made new things, but now that the shop is all setup, back to making fun projects! We bring you the Fallout Mini Nuke! with a twist!
We were super excited to be able to attend the Mini Makerfaire in Toronto this November. Of course, it being a Mini Makerfaire (with free admission), it could not be compared to the World Makerfaire in NYC in September. However, it has it’s own charms with it’s own character. In our home city of Toronto, the very large Toronto Reference Library was the new venue for the event this year. Since it was a smaller event than the world makerfaires, you get to see it all and not wonder what you’ve missed with all the cool things that grab your attention.
Check out our latest project with Ultimaker -the Ducati 1199 superbike!
This is one complex beast 3d printed on a stock Ultimaker Original. Consisting of over 40 individually designed parts, it is the most ambitious print we’ve designed so far. Along with Ultimaker, we wanted to show Ducati just how versatile their printers are. From on the spot customized printed keychains, to complex fully realized scale models of their product.
I wanted to do some testing on architectural prints where there would be a ton of thin walls, retractions and straight line overhangs. So I decided to kill two birds with one stone and made this entry into the thingiverse mars challenge. Hopefully NASA will build some giant livable pyramid biodomes on Mars in the near future to satisfy the conspiracy theorists. 😛