INTERN3D

After a consistently mind-boggling ten weeks here at 123D, my time as an intern has END3D (coinciding with the end of it being socially acceptable for me to use -3D puns).

If you’ll #flashbackfriday to early June with me, you’ll remember that I had no prior knowledge of 3D modeling and printing. Now — a ridiculously short two and a half months later — I stand before you as a self-proclaimed 3D printing queen.

...Not quite, but I did make a video to sum up my time here and illustrate the learning process that I’ve gone through in the hopes that potential makers will follow in my footsteps.

Like what you see? All of my projects can be replicated using Tinkercad123D Design, 123D Make and Meshmixer. You'll find detailed instructions of some projects on my Instructables account, and others can be found by combing through my blogposts, particularly: PINHOL3D, PLANT3D, and PLANT3D 2

And with that, 123D-ers, I must conclude with: don't be sad because it's over, smile because it HAPPEN3D.

M-M-Movember!

Now that Halloween is over and we are collectively recovering from eating too much candy, it's time to get our faces ready for the annual mustache-growing competition, Movember, to raise awareness for men's health.

A few of us on the 123D team are ladies and unable to grow mustaches of our own, but thanks to 3D printing we can still compete with the guys!

 

Head over to our new Projects section to get ideas and templates on mustaches for yourself! Happy November/Movember everybody!