3-D Print a Wedding

Introduction: 3-D Print a Wedding

Have you ever wanted to incorporate your love of engineering into your wedding? Now is the perfect chance! With these fun designs, you can make cool take home presents for your guests, stylish centerpieces for your dinner tables, and much more! The four models attached are for three unique wedding rings, and one tiara.

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Step 1: Access Designs Via Onshape

The first step to 3D printing the designs is to find them on Onshape. If you don't have an account, it is free to make one.

Here are the links to each design:

After opening each of this files, make a private copy by clicking the link near the top left corner (must have an account to do this).

Step 2: Transfer File to 3D Printer

For this step, I used a Makerbot Replicator 2 3D printer, although it should work with any printer.

The first thing that you need to do is right-click on the name of the part you are printing, in the bottom left hand corner. There will a button that shows up that says "export." Click that button and your piece will start downloading. When it is done downloading, you can right click on it to open your piece in Makerbot or other program.

From there, 3D print your item as usual.

Step 3: Use the Rings and Tiara!

Now that your items have printed, you are free to use them for anything you want!

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    4 years ago

    Fun color for a wedding ring!