In 2014 I got my first 3d printer kit. It was a Prusa I3 from Printer Czar.
Since then the Reprap has become an essential tool in my creative process.
I have made a camera enclosure for my Raspberry Pi and crowns fit for a king.
I have printed everything from Key fobs for my classroom to Nerf gun sights for my son.
I have used it to make brackets and struts, handles and decorations for innumerable projects.
Not to mention the dozens of car fixes and things like templates, signage and airbrush brackets I have made.
In February of 2016 I received and built a Rostock Max.
This machine is set up at CMACollege downtown and is available for printing student and instructor objects.
I wanted a way to make props, reference models and parts for my students' work and so far its amazing what can be produced.
We have scanned and printed a number of student faces.
This mask is based on the Predator movies and is sized to fit over the predator prosthetic.
$125 painted $80 plain
Lifesize Alien Facehugger
Wire armature, hand painted and poseable.
Artist's Reference Skull
accurately printed in natural ABS
These terrific skulls with jawbone are ready for painting or whatever you have in mind
Old tyme camera
Celtic Loveknot pendant
Great for ritual wear. based on a mathematical solenoid, this loveknot is beautiful and mathematically pure too.
$25 plain, gold or silver
Celtic styled Kings Crown
scalable to your head size. Flexible and durable.
Hand painted and silicone coated heart and brain.