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This is a 3" Bed Riser that can be stacked to increase the height of your bed. Bed Risers cost anywhere from $5 - $22 This model costs about $2.50 to print.

Estou a criar uma série de figuras históricas Portuguesas, apoia o projecto em: https://www.patreon.com/frederico4d O modelo foi criado com referência em várias representações históricas, mas não é uma reprodução de...

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Cookie Cutters!

Enjoy making catepillars, bats, pac-man, and unicorn shaped cookies! 3D print solid, make cookie dough, and press in cookie cutter!.

Caterpillar, Cookie Cutter
GlaDOS Robotic Arm Ceiling Lamp

A printable model of GlaDOS that functions as a ceiling lamp. It also has servo mounts and can function as a 4 DOF robotic arm. (Now with the controller included in the downloads) Instructions EDIT: Over a month later and here we are. I have won... I still can't really believe it. First thing first: Thanks! Without you guys this would not have been possible. Not just everyone that voted but also everyone that was supportive, without you I would not have had the energy to finish this thing. Now for the sad part. I have completed this project, and I will not go any...

Glados, Glados Robotic Arm, Robotic Arm
Hate Ticks?

This is an experimental device to remove ticks. Put tick through the big hole - flat side against your skin. Pull along skin while pressing down to force the tick down the channel. Make sure you get the 'blades' under the head. Fortunately, we are at the end of tick season here... I make no warranties that this will actually do anything useful or keep ticks from vomiting disease into your bloodstream. If you do happen to get a tick, print it out, give it a try before you reach for the tweezers and let me know how it went. Thanks! By jpearce on Thingiverse

Tick, Ticks
3dhacker Printer Test

A. The organic area just looks pretty and shows how well your printer can print details like this.  B. The arms of the 3 each extend at different angles to test overhang. The top one extends at 60 degrees which may be a challenge for some to print but a properly calibrated machine should be able to handle it. The middle is at 45 degrees, even a badly calibrated machine should be able to do this, the bottom is 70 degrees, bonus points for making that work but it is expected to fail. C. The D tests arches. With an arch this big it is likely to fail, but it's a question of how far it gets...

3dhacker Test, Printer Test