Introduction: 3D Printed "Heart" Box.

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3D printed "Heart" box.

This box can be a good gift.

This box is simple. Draw a heart. :)

The drawing inside more complex.

Let us examine it point by point.

Step 1:

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1. Draw a heart.

Draw a rose inside a heart.

2. Use a tool ekstrud.

Lift each color on a different height.

3. Combine all.

This is the middle part.

Step 2:

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4. Draw a box.

5. Draw the outline of the top cover.

6. Make the STL file.

7. Print.

Change the filaments during the printing medium surface of the cover.

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Step 3:

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8. Glue the cover.

9. Gift!

Will please your loved ones a beautiful gift!


GillianR2 (author)2016-05-07

Thanks for sharing. That 3d printer site is a great resource.

TanyaAkinora (author)GillianR22016-05-07

I'm glad you like it!

GillianR2 (author)TanyaAkinora2016-05-07

definitely!! <3

tinaciousz (author)2016-05-06

This is beautiful. Would you consider uploading the files so we can print it from 3D hubs?

TanyaAkinora (author)tinaciousz2016-05-07

Thank you!
Yes of course you can upload to 3D hubs.
But note what needs to be change the color of the filament during printing.

TanyaAkinora (author)2016-05-06

Thank you!
I use the superglue gel.

seamster (author)2016-05-06

I like this! Is there a specific kind of glue you recommend for bonding printed items like this?

TheThinker (author)2016-05-06


TanyaAkinora (author)TheThinker2016-05-06

Thank you!

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Bio: Hello! My name is Tetiana. One of my hobbies is 3D printing. My work covers various areas of engineering to the decorative. You can see ... More »
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