Making of Fart Boy – From Resin 3d print to Resin Toy

This is a quick look at the step-by-step in the making of one of our resin toy designs – Fart Boy:   Being a digitally 3d modeled piece, a complete version of Fart Boy is printed to check out how the proportions and sizing works. All the little structs of …

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3D Printable IKEA Tertial Lamp Swivel Clamp

This is an idea inspired from our constant need to swivel our IKEA Tertial Lamps around to reach different areas of our workspace. The Problem The problem arose from the fact that the lamp base was designed to hold the lamp in a stationary position and was ill-suited to swivel …

Making a Handled Resin Vat Comb

Final Resin Comb with Handle

One of the joys (or chores depending on how you look at it) of owning a resin 3d printer is the constant need to clean out the resin vat and keep it free of print-killing debris. To this end, it is useful to have some sort of combing tool which …

Upgrading the ATOM 2.0 Extruder Assembly

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It was time to give our older ATOM 2.0 workhorses an extruder assembly upgrade! This should allow them to more consistently extrude filaments and also keep up with more exotic filaments with a bit of flex in them. First to come off are these older version of the extruder assembly. …

3D Printing Timelapse of a Woochie on ATOM 3D Printer

  A 3d printing timelapse showing how the Woochie designer toy by Trivialities is materialized. This 3D printed model was then worked upon with clay to create the final master object for resin casting more copies. Actual print time was around 2 hours 40 minutes, and the 3D printer used …

Thoughts and Tips on Assembling the ATOM 2.5EX

First off, this is not meant to be a step-by-step tutorial on how to assemble the ATOM 2.5EX kit as the instruction set provided already does that very well. Instead, we intend to touch on some of the thoughts and tips we have during the process of assembly so that …