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Retroacan_004 by sergio.carrasco.a on 3DTin.com

Retroacan_004 by sergio.carrasco.a on 3DTin.com

3Dtin.com is an online 3D design program.  Imagine someone stirring up Sketchup, Legos, and playdoh in a big pot and then sticking it up on a web page for all to use.  The web interface is very intuitive and the mix of colors plus solid building block modeling system makes for a fun way to quickly mock up a design.  Although, the objects that you can create are highly “voxelated” (Read: blocky) an unbounded building system like this is really only limited by your imagination.

Solder Holder by pehr

Solder Holder by pehr

Last, but not least, Thingiverse citizen pehr put together a Solder Holder by designing in 3Dtin and then exporting directly to an STL!

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  • Allan E.
    January 18, 2011 at 12:27 pm
     

    Heh, with something like that you could probably write a design rule check (DRC) pretty simply. Just check each voxel for path-to-base, label trouble spots and your model lights up in the places where printing would go bad…

     
  • Luis
    January 19, 2011 at 12:41 am
     

    I’m “making” all of these and printing them! Here is the first: http://3dt.in/22w very close to this one except for one piece, should have searched first: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:860

    The Puzzling World of Polyhedral Dissections
    http://johnrausch.com/PuzzlingWorld/chap03a.htm

    Big dump to Thingiverse coming, too fun, more fun than calibration cubes!

     
 

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