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  1. Bottle with stars

    I used this as a teaching item for my kids. I stuck the stars to the frig for rewards each colored for each child. The magnet I used with these was a 3mm x 1mm super glued in on some and tight on others. 

    3 downloads

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  2. Shark pen holder

    The 3D printed model of a shark-shaped pen holder is a unique and eye-catching stationery storage device composed of black and white colors, creating a dynamic and fashionable appearance. It presents a lifelike shark shape, possibly featuring a streamlined body and an open mouth, resembling a swimming shark. The size of this 3D-printed model is moderate, allowing it to hold multiple cells and other stationery items. The shark-shaped pen holder is not only a practical stationery storage container but also a decorative piece of art. It can add a unique style and personality to your desk, study area, or office, while showcasing your pursuit of innovation and creativity.
     

    6 downloads

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  3. Bookend

    This ink-green 3D printed bookshelf model is an exquisite book storage device that perfectly combines practicality and aesthetics. The design of this model aims to provide a convenient way to organize and display your books while offering additional space to hold pens and other stationery items. The hollowed-out design allows for easy insertion and retrieval of pens without interfering with the arrangement of books. Whether in a home, office, or school setting, this bookshelf model adds unique style and charm to your space.

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  4. Waterfall (first Blender file)

    This has been a while in the making. My daughter wanted a waterfall feature to put in her little garden area at Granny's house. I said if she would learn Blender with me I would print her what she had drawn on her phone. I know Fusion 360 but, Blender was new to both of us so we watched the Doughnut Youtube video a million times. We then played around with sphere's making rocks and we then made pools. After 6 months we just printed out the first Blender project together hope you all like it. We did ours in 2 prints as she wanted it big, but I did include a single print file. Both prints were printed on two different BIQU BX printers. 


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  5. Christmas house

    FDM 3D printer slicing setting recommandation:
     (BIQU Hurakan, PLA filament)
    1. Layer height: 0.1
    2. Wall thickness: 1
    3. Infill density: 20%
    4. Printing temperature: 200℃
    5. Build plate temperature: 60℃
    6. Printing speed: 60mm/s
    7. Retraction distance: 7
    8. Retraction speed: 70mm/s
    9. No need to add support and build plate adhension

    5 downloads

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  6. Tree Stump Pen Holder

    FDM 3D printer slicing setting recommandation:
     (BIQU Hurakan, PLA filament)
    1. Layer height: 0.2
    2. Wall thuickness: 1
    3. Infill density: 20%
    4. Printing temperature: 215℃
    5. Build plate temperature: 60℃
    6. Print speed: 60mm/s
    7. Retraction distance: 7
    8. Retraction speed: 70mm/s
    9. No need support 
    10. Suggest add build plate adhension
     

    4 downloads

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  7. Fish pen pot

    FDM 3D printer slicing setting recommandation:
     (BIQU Hurakan, PLA filament)
    1. Layer height: 0.2
    2. Wall thuickness: 1
    3. Infill density: 20%
    4. Printing temperature: 200℃
    5. Build plate temperature: 60℃
    6. Print speed: 60mm/s
    7. Retraction distance: 7
    8. Retraction speed: 70mm/s
    9. No need support 
    10. Suggest add build plate adhension
     

    1 download

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  8. Earth map

    FDM 3D printer slicing setting recommandation:
     (BIQU Hurakan, PLA filament)
    1. Layer height: 0.2
    2. Wall thuickness: 1
    3. Infill density: 20%
    4. Printing temperature: 190℃
    5. Build plate temperature: 60℃
    6. Print speed: 50mm/s
    7. Retraction distance: 7
    8. Retraction speed: 45mm/s
    9. No need support and build plate adhension
    If you use FDM 3D printer, suggest print the north earth and sourth earth individually. If you use LCD 3D printer, suggest print the whole earth. 

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  9. Lightfield building

    FDM 3D printer slicing setting recommandation:
     (BIQU Hurakan, PLA filament)
    1. Layer height: 0.2
    2. Wall thuickness: 1
    3. Infill density: 20%
    4. Printing temperature: 200℃
    5. Build plate temperature: 60℃
    6. Printing speed: 60mm/s
    7. Retraction distance: 7
    8. Retraction speed: 70mm/s
    9. No need to add support and build plate adhension

    3 downloads

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  10. Traditional Palace

    Recommandation:
    1. Layer height: 0.2
    2. Printing temperature: 200℃
    3. Build plate temperature: 60℃
    4. Printing speed: 50mm/s
    5. Retraction distance: 7 (Bowden extruder)
    6. Retraction speed: 70mm/s
    7. Add support: everywhere
    8. Build plate adhension: brim

    4 downloads

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  11. Pen Case

    Recommandation:
    1. Layer height: 0.2
    2. Wall thuickness: 1.2
    3. Infill density: 20%
    4. Printing temperature: 190℃
    5. Build plate temperature: 60℃
    6. Print speed: 50mm/s
    7. Retraction distance: 7
    8. Retraction speed: 45mm/s
    9. Suggest add a build plate adhension: Brim
    10. No need support

    2 downloads

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  12. Gherkin Skyscraper

    ZIP file. Please download and unzip, it contains 4 pictures and 2 STL files.

    5 downloads

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