I'm currently placing a raspberry pi and an AR1010 based radio chip into the housing of a blaupunkt car radio from the 60ties for my friends VW typ 3 wilson. To mount the electronic parts I printed a bunch of spacers which I created using openscad.
Today I created a 3D printed mount for a clothes rail of an ikea wardrobe.
One of the original mounts broke and unfortunately ikea has no replacement parts anymore because the clothes rails have a different format in the newer edition of this wardrobe. So I designed and printed my own replacement part as my day 16 project for 30daysofcreativity
I just printed some more feet for cardboard figures, because I needed one for a happy flower I made for my wife
Back in the old days, when I was a basic hacking teenager, the state of the art technique for getting awsome 3D Graphics on the atari-screen was rendering triangles based on a grayscale bitmap - aka heightfield.
I reanimated this knowledge to generate a 3D object from such a heightfield. so in fact this blog article shows how to take something like this
and turn it into something like this.
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