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  1. T-Rex Skull Shower Head

    Saw this floating around Thingiverse and decided to give it a try, and I was not disappointed. This has to be one of my favorite prints - it's so funny, and yet so simple. The black PLA/PHA ColorFabb I used makes this look awesome. Really cool print! And, it actually WORKED! It held water! And it DIDN'T melt, even when I cranked the shower heat all the way up! I would definitely reccomend giving this a try - you won't regret it!

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  2. In-N-Out Scale Model

    Oh man.  This was an awesome project!  I designed this thing in SolidWorks 2015 and printed it out on my Ultimaker Original +.  There are more details about how and why I made it on the Thingiverse page for it under my username UsernamePassword.  Go check it out, and print one for yourself!

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  3. Snazzy two-color bowtie!

    I had a volleyball tournament coming up, and as our team usually dresses up for them, I decided to make myself a unique bowtie to wear! And what better way than to 3D print it?! I printed this beautiful model by heytiger on Thingiverse that clips on to a shirt button. I achieved the dual color effect by using Cura's "Pause at height" plugin. Using Cura's layer view slider, I found which layer the "lip" of the bowtie ended, and paused there, parking the head in the back right corner of the printer. The plugin worked beautifully, and I swapped the black colorFabb PLA/PHA with some white at about 50% through the print. After it finished (in about 3 hours), I finished off the top with some Sharpie - classy, I know. At the end of it, I had a fantastic print that got quite a bit of compliments at the tourney! Awesome!

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