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My team at work recently received a really cool thing: a hologram made from a 3D model. It's really dramatic, but I felt it was not being shown ...
I wanted a shape that was futuristic (to go with the hologram), easily 3D printable, and that really made the most of computer based design tools. My concept ...
Each of the blades is actually deformed dome, or half-sphere. Here's how I made them: Add a sphere into the scene, with a radius of 10mm Add a ...
Now we're going to cut out the notch for the hologram: Make a box 40mm wide x 60mm tall x 7mm deep. Select the box and move it ...
Now we need to copy the blades! Select the first one, and copy it by typing Command-C or Ctrl-C. Now type Command-V or Ctrl-V to paste it. You'll ...
Let's join the blades together with a curved cylinder. Add a cylinder from the toolbar - make it 100mm x 10mm radius. Using the Transform icon, turn it ...
Use the Export feature in 123D Design to export the file as an STL suitable for printing. Use the software that came with your 3D printer to prepare ...
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