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After quite some time, I have designed a 3D model - a base frame for a Raspberry Pi case made from LEGO bricks. It arrived today and as one can see, it fits. I have modified the model a bit since I had ordered it, deleted some superfluous studs and added one where the doors meet.

You can find the model for sale in my Shapeways shop.

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I also had a blue and a hot pink one printed by Shapeways, so there’s more circus stuff for you. Enjoy!

I also had a blue and a hot pink one printed by Shapeways, so there’s more circus stuff for you. Enjoy!

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This is my attempt to design a LEGO® compatible unicycle (giraffe).

I had to modify my initial design a bit, because the holes for the hub where to small and the saddle to big, but I think, this new version is actually better.

Printed by Shapeways as usual. I also printed a red and a blue version, maybe I will take more pictures later.

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My first Shapeways sale!

I got an email today informing me that someone actually bought something from my Shapeways shop. This is the first time and I’m quite excited. They bought this twice:

It’s funny, because this is actually the first design I ever did.

Lieutenant Worf
I’ve painted the 3D printed batleth. Looks pretty neat, doesn’t it?
It’s available in my Shapeways shop: http://shpws.me/3U8m
PS:I’ll have to work at that uniform. Maybe, I’ll try my luck with decals.

Lieutenant Worf

I’ve painted the 3D printed batleth. Looks pretty neat, doesn’t it?

It’s available in my Shapeways shop: http://shpws.me/3U8m

PS:I’ll have to work at that uniform. Maybe, I’ll try my luck with decals.

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The Shapeways order has arrived. I’m satisfied with most of the models, although I had to change the handles of the golf clubs. I bend them a bit so the player has a higher chance of hitting the ball.

(Source: shapeways.com)

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