I am truly honored to have my work represented by [this marginally-popular regular feature on Adafruit’s YouTube channel][link].
Seriously, so great.
[link]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psWgfBCL-Ek “Wireframe Skull on Time-lapse Tuesday”
I designed [this simple NES cart cover][link] to use as little material as possible, but still be robust enough to print even on janky printers. Hopefully this will help keep your NES carts safe and sound for future generations. It’s available [on thingiverse][thing] for the low price of FREE.
[link]: http://thisoldconsole.com/post/146951201585/original-nintendo-entertainment-system-cart-cover “NES Cart Cover”
[thing]: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1659496 “Nintendo Entertainment System Cart Cover (Tender NES)”
My aforementioned wireframe model of a skull has been featured on Thingiverse! It’s a remix of a remix of a
>The process allows Fusaro to take 3-D scans of a runner’s foot, use digital tools to cater the stiffness of the soles to the athlete’s physical abilities, then print the shoes out of nylon polyamide powder, a material that is “one of the strongest in the range of additive manufacturing,” Fusaro says
Uses 3d printing. How long before we can make our own shoes on our MakerBots?
[link]: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1670231/could-the-world-s-fastest-shoe-really-have-come-from-a-printer “Could The World’s Fastest Shoe Really Have Come From A Printer? | Co.Design: business + innovation + design”