Now that we’ve made our Anet A8 3D printer safer, it’s time to add some upgrades that will make improve the print quality.
Cheap, DIY 3D printers can pose a significant fire and safety hazard if not used with extreme caution. Bill shows off the safety upgrades he’s made to this machine so that he can print his helmet with confidence.
Bill teams up with Evil Ted to show him the basics of transferring costume patterns to the computer using the free vector drawing software, Inkscape.
Flexible props can make amazing stunt and convention ready weapons! Follow Bill as he 3D models and prints Genji’s shrunken on the Lulzbot Taz Mini with the Flexystruder.
Bill and Britt start their low budget 3D printer adventure by putting together the $165 Anet A8 kit.
While at Matterhackers, Bill teamed up with Alec to show how the Destiny Boolean Gemini scout rifle prop is assembled from plethora of 3D printed parts.