Rick's Blog

Nov
27
2015

3D Printing a Farm House

The project to 3D print the mission in San Luis Obispo worked out pretty well, so I decided to create a model of my wife's childhood home.  Just to keep things interesting, this time I decided I would make each floor a separately printed piece so they could be added and/or removed after production.  Other than having to model the interior of the building, I didn't think it would add additional complexity.  You know what they say, 'Go big or go home'...although apparently they also say, 'Ignorance is bliss!'.   :)

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Nov
24
2015

3D Printing the San Luis Obispo Mission

I'm still pretty new to 3D printing so to me it is still magic.  Create something electronically, send it off to a web site and in a week or so I can hold my creation in my hand...that's magic.  This project was to recreate the historic mission in San Luis Obispo.

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Rick's Blog

Nov
27
2015

3D Printing a Farm House

The project to 3D print the mission in San Luis Obispo worked out pretty well, so I decided to create a model of my wife's childhood home.  Just to keep things interesting, this time I decided I would make each floor a separately printed piece so they could be added and/or removed after production.  Other than having to model the interior of the building, I didn't think it would add additional complexity.  You know what they say, 'Go big or go home'...although apparently they also say, 'Ignorance is bliss!'.   :)

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Nov
24
2015

3D Printing the San Luis Obispo Mission

I'm still pretty new to 3D printing so to me it is still magic.  Create something electronically, send it off to a web site and in a week or so I can hold my creation in my hand...that's magic.  This project was to recreate the historic mission in San Luis Obispo.

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