Today we’re teaming up with MakerBot, the company leading the way in desktop 3D printing, to give your phone a fresh look. Verizon customers, click the link below to pick out your very own 3D printed phone case. Here’s how:
1. Select your device.
2. Pick a design and color.
3. MakerBot will print a case just for you.
This midweek treat is only available from noon til 4pm EST this #WhyNotWednesday.
Got the printer cleaned up and working again. Tonight we’re printing this badass model of Codsworth from Fallout4. This thing will be easily over a foot high with his legs stretched out. Everything is articulated, the legs have 5 points of articulation each!
Aaaand the other ship, Designed for I-Am-Darasuum’s Character Kodya Mune.
The design of this ship was heavily influenced by the D-5 Mantis from the MMORPG “Star Wars: The Old Republic”, but was redone to fit the Designs from the Imperial period from the films. I don’t particularly know the backstory to this one, only that it’s name is “The Orphan’s Vendetta”.
It was made with Rhino Software, Printed with a Makerbot 3D Printer, and Hand painted.
Because we all know I don’t like #locks being #locked @Regrann from @j0hnnyxm4s - @TSA in their infinite wisdom, requires us to use luggage locks for which they have master keys. Now, we all have those keys: https://github.com/Xyl2k/TSA-Travel-Sentry-master-keys #3dprinting #makerbot #Regrann
Dan pops into a hidden MakerBot Store to buy 3D printing filament. With all their deadlines cropping up, the student’s thrifted 3D printer was working on overdrive. Dan is the main man to sort these things out. Its funny, he talks about filament like I talk about paper. Designers am I right?
We’re bringing you exclusive access to the world of 3D printed tech by teaming up with MakerBot, one of the industry’s most innovative companies. This #WhyNotWednesday, treat your phone to an exclusive MakerBot makeover. Verizon customers, check back in the AM to learn how you can deck out your device with your very own 3D printed case.