3D Printed Plastic R5 Ring

This R5 3D Ring, is the R5 band logo on front and back, connected at the sides. If you are part of the R5 family fandome then you will enjoy having a ring. Seeing that the R5 merchandise is bracelets, t-shirts, posters and necklaces, I thought trying rings would be a good thing to invest in.

Step 1: 3D Printed Plastic R5 Ring

To begin your 3D R5 Ring, Start by making the proper size that fits your finger. Ex. Diameter 19mm Thickness 4mm. You could use any 3D editing program. I chose Rhino because that is what we had at our school.

Step 2:

Line up the R5 symbol with the rectangle.

Step 3:

Wire cut through the entire rectangle.

Step 4:

Export and Set up onto 3D printer.

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    DisneyF

    4 years ago on Introduction

    you should make some to sell!!! I can not do this because I don't have what is needed to make this but I REALLY want one!!! Great idea, good job!!!

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    DisneyF

    4 years ago on Introduction

    you should make some to sell!!! I can not do this because I don't have what is needed to make this but I REALLY want one!!! Great idea, good job!!!

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    nairita03

    5 years ago

    Ok thanks. I ship rydellington too! Do you have an Instagram? In case you do, mine is @laurasarmy

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    nairita03

    5 years ago

    This was great, I am an r5er, but I didn't understand if we make it on the Internet, what rhino is or any of that. The rest is good, also, do ya ship raur and auslly, I DO! :)

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    I don't ship them so much... But I ship Rydellington. [ Ride-Ell ] heh, get it? ;).. To make this ring I used a school computer and 3D printer so That might help.