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MBTV S02E08 – Scenic Design


Today we’ll meet with MakerBot operator and Broadway set designer Kacie Hultgren. Kacie has made a number of incredible contributions to Thingiverse under the user name PrettySmallThings including her well-known Queen Anne Chairs, the oversized armchair, her SciFi Control Room and whole array of beautiful and delicate tiny pieces of furniture. Find out what she’s doing with all of her prints and why she considers the MakerBot an ideal tool for someone who uses their apartment as a workspace.

Kacie will be doing some guest blogging for us in the coming weeks, so keep your eyes on our blog for some really helpful insights into her process!

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  • ThePelton
    April 23, 2012 at 1:54 pm
     

    Neat. These furniture pieces would be perfect for a little gril’s doll house as well as a stage design.

     
  • 3D Printing The Broadway Stage « adafruit industries blog
    April 24, 2012 at 12:54 am
     

    [...] This Week On MakerBot TV: 3D Printing The Broadway Stage. Today we’ll meet with MakerBot operator and Broadway set designer Kacie Hultgren. Kacie has made a number of incredible contributions to Thingiverse under the user name PrettySmallThings including her well-known Queen Anne Chairs, the oversized armchair, her SciFi Control Room and whole array of beautiful and delicate tiny pieces of furniture. Find out what she’s doing with all of her prints and why she considers the MakerBot an ideal tool for someone who uses their apartment as a workspace. Filed under: 3D printing — by adafruit, posted April 24, 2012 at 12:25 am Comments (0) Try Adafruit's new iPhone & iPad app for makers! Circuit Playground! "Incredibly handy for anyone working in electronics. Perfect for engineers and non-engineers alike." Looking for engineers, makers and the builders of dreams? Try our Adafruit job boards. Join our weekly Adafruit SHOW-AND-TELL at 9:30pm ET every Saturday night! Then at 10pm, ASK-AN-ENGINEER with Ladyada and the Adafruit team! hr{display:none} .in_the_store{background-image: url("https://www.adafruit.com/includes/templates/adafruit/images/side_back.jpg"); background-repeat: repeat-x;width:634px;border: 1px solid #CCCCCC; float:left;} In the Adafruit Store: Break-away 0.1" 36-pin strip male header (10 pieces) Waterproof Metal Pushbutton with Blue LED Ring Engineering Shirt [...]

     
  • Lucas
    January 29, 2014 at 10:01 pm
     

    Do you sell your models?

     
 

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