Happy New Years everyone! I hope you are sticking to your resolutions, while 3D Printing all sorts of neat new gadgets and useful items. This month I want to ask all readers to please like us on Facebook and begin to share your 3D Prints with us; we will certainly begin to improve our Facebook…
Hello everyone! It’s time again to do a TOP 5 Most Popular 3D prints, since Thingiverse has started to speed up a little it seems to be changing the top “Popular” files more often. It’s time to announce the top 5 most popular prints of November, as we will always remember in history which prints were hot as the future unfolds!
#1 Bottle Opener Cap Gun by 3Deddy
30% for most parts, print the trigger solid!
Filament: REAL PLA
PETG is too flexible I think so use PLA. Print the trigger SOLID!
Print it strong so it will not break while opening bottles.
#2 A Frame Bird House by APC514
#3 Flying Sea Turtle by amaochan
1.Layer height 0.2mm
2.Low down the flow to 90%or 95%.
4.Add oil on moveable parts.
5.Replace old parts with new parts which is added “-NEW” after the original part name.
6.Part “FT-GEAR02” is advised to print in layer height 0.1mm or 0.15mm,and it needs support.
#4 Mechanical Quick Grab/Release Phone Stand by Arron_mollet22
Visit the thingiverse URL for how-to install the pieces of print: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3681512
#5 Cute Mini Octopus by McGybeer
This is a 3D print that has been on our Top 5 multiple times, and it may continue to be!
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