Thursday, July 27, 2017

Customizable Keyboard Penholder/Box #3DThursday #3DPrinting

from Customizable Keyboard Penholder/Box #3DThursday #3DPrinting
by Ben

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Shared by Ferjerez on Thingiverse:

Hi!

This is a customizable penholder/planter with a keyboard style. You can turn in a box using a cap also generated by the customizer.

You can write your own text, select how many lines do you want and choose between a squared or classic alignement of keys.

The customizer generates 2 figures: The vase and the cap so you can print penholders or planters and using the cap you’ll get a nice box.

See below some tips for the customizer.

I’ve included a bunch of STL’s related to the most common keyboard layouts: QWERTY (US and spanish), AZERTY, DVORAK, COLEMAK and MALTRON. Also the caps with the name of the layout are included.

Also i’ve included a funny one with the classic ‘now i have a machine gun ho ho ho’ 🙂

…and also the files for the small red-white box from pictures (smallstuf-cap.stl + pendrives-sdcards-vase.stl)

Be creative, make funny stuff!!

Have fun!

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Download the files and learn more


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