Francine Rowe Lamp Shades September 24th, 2018 - 01:29:22
Let's take this out to the garage and see how this goes. Together., It kinda looks like a lamp already, which is cool. It's time, to cut the template and see if it fits in here. And if it fits we cuts. So in order to print without supports. I chambered this angle, but that means that I need to chamber this too, so we're on a add the chamber and Keep on going until it works. I love lamp, looks really awesome. Okay, i have to see it from over here.Should we get some cool after shots, Yeah Wow, it is done. The main difficult part was clamping. It all together.
All we'd do differently is clamp it in place with painters, tape and oil. It afterwards. putting the oil on beforehand made it really hard to cinch it all down. We have links to plans the model and the templates to cut out the panel's below. and all the lessons we learned the hard way we're fixing in the model.
We really like combining two different ways of making things in this case Woodworking and 3d printing to make something unique. So if you have any ideas on how we can combine different materials or techniques of making things welding and 3d printing or woodworking and- you're copying me, We really want to try it out and try new things. So let us know in the comments below and if you're a patroon the link to the after show is below.