To print, just press the button that says "print 3D" after saving and closing. You can send it to a printing company, or print it yourself if you're o...
I love my GameBoy and still use it today, even though I got it a long time ago. Some fun accessories wouldn't be amiss, now would they? How about a little personalized case, and because I like 3D printing so much, why not prep it for that?
Step 1: Base of the Box
I'll assume you know how to use TinkerCAD's website to set up an account, so I'll skip straight to the fun stuff. First, drop a cube into your workplane (That big blue grid). Then, drag the tiny white cube at the top of the big red one down, until it's about 5 millimeters thick. Then, drag each of the little cubes on the sides in turn so that they each are 100 millimeters long. Use the corner one if you're a pro. You want something like this.
Bio:I'm fourteen and really interested in making things with my hands. This includes everything from cooking to simple electronics. Unfortunately, I'm really low on resources, so most of my projectrs suck...read more »