We are in the process of creating a line of very unique charging stations that will allow you to show off your true nerd inside. This one is the 1st of our line that we created that we think any true fan will like and no lawyer will destroy.

This idea came from watching two of our favorite shows.. pretty much the idea sparked when i saw the blue meth getting cracked into trays and poured into storage containers.. Then imagining making a dock from a pile of blue meth.. Then i was like "I could make that" after much work and rethinking this pile of blue meth idea became this Blue Meth Throne.

Since the last throne we made was taken down we wanted to create a very unique throne that would be inspired by our favorite shows but not infringing on any copyright or whatever excuses lawyers can come up with.  So if you haven't figure out which shows this throne is inspired from then you should start catching up on some TV seasons  ASAP.

Anyways last time i got a little excited and released the 3d printed throne when it was a very early prototype and needed a lot of work in hopes of winning a 3D printer. Something that a lot of people didn't realize and were very judgemental of our prototype. This time around we waited to we were done with our Blue Meth Throne. We already 3D printed, hand detailed it, Made a Silicone / hard shell mold and poured 6 clear plastic thrones. We also tested the throne with Iphone 3G/s, 4G/s, 5 Android S2 S3 with and without some popular cases and bumpers.

We made several video detailing the process we went through to make this so you guys can make your own if you want to. or you can visit my website where you can purchase one 


Step 1

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In this case we used Maya for most of the modeling and meshlab to convert files to .STLs. The yellow dots in the 3rd graphic are non manifold, intersecting geometry, holes or stuff that is really bad for 3d printing. So besides 3d modeling you will need to clean all of this dots till you have none left (painful process)

Step 1: Slice, Slice and 3D Print

Since most printers are limited on the size of printing you will need to slice your object into separate pieces in order to fit your printing bed. Our 3D printer can only print about 5 in by 5 in or 120 mm to be exact. Most prints will need support material and a raft so you might have to go smaller than your maximum print size to accommodate for this. We usually print 110 mm by 110mm. Anyways if you think you were done 3D modeling think again. You have to close up your 3d model since it's now sliced into pieces. Once the pieces are sliced and made watertight, non manifold, and all geometry is nice and clean then you are ready to start printing.

This is the fun part because is all about waiting and waiting. The larger piece below took about 11 hours to print because we always print at the highest detail possible(which slows your print job). Piece 2, 3, 4, 5 took about 8 hours each. I would suggest start modeling another project while you print. We were modeling our next charging station :).

Once done Printing you need to remove the support material and sand down the pieces to get rid of the "layering effect as much as possible. We made a little video in how to cut and detail your throne in our next step
<p>This is so awesome! I'm a diehard Breaking Bad fan so this is easily the most creative and insane BB merchandise item that I've ever seen! I really love this! Are you still selling this item?</p>
<p>thank you very much!!.. i have one left from my last run.. it can be purchased here http://amznfx.storenvy.com/products/10086117-blue-meth-throne-dock</p>
That is just insane. Excellent work. Totally jealous.
You should sell these!!! PLEASSSSE!!!!!!
They are.. I made 6 so far and can be bought at nuPROTO.com
Could you add the .stl files?
This is too kewl but where is Jessie?
working on one .. for some reason getting walter's personality was much easier than Jessie..
Did you use crystal clear? Be aware that it's extremely hazardous and releases hydrogen cyanide gas. I'm sure you took proper precaution when handling whatever material you used. I just wanted to warn people. Crystal clear is no joke and can seriously harm you.
i used smooth-cast 325.. from smooth-on products.. i have some serious masks.. but didnt find their fumes that bad. thanks for the heads up..
that ic good a
That's a PERFECT instructions for not using other glue or stuff,and recycling the scraps :) <br> <br>p.s. Wow,that Wacom tablet ;)
solid results! this is were the true value of 3d printing is realized, mold making is a lost art to most people so people usually just try to crank out stuff on printers and expect it to work but with this method you could easily cast things out of metal. I see this instructable valuable to the community because of how clearly you have demonstrated this line of thinking
3D printing is awesome.. but when it comes to large objects and different materials it's still not comparable to mold making. A print this detailed took about 50 hours, not including gluing, detailing and removing support material.. Also none of the 3d printed material could be this strong nor have this look.. So i definetly love mold making.. I really put a lot of effort in this instructable and try to grab as much in video for my fellow DIYers.. thanks for the comment
that is wildly weird
We will take that as a compliment.. thanks!