Tell us about yourself!
I am a newbie to furniture making and found the design of this bed awesome and the pictures really helpful to get a basic idea of how to make the construction. I have access to a great wood workshop with professional power tools, plus some advice from a carpenter, which helped a lot in making some howto decisions. The mattress is a bit elevated, to allow air to come under it for ventilation and also because to not let my child be in the cold draft that goes on the floor. Furthermore, I made the bed with wood available, so a bit different sizes. And the top beam construction is very solid, you can see I made a different construction.
House-shaped Kid's Bed
Thanks for the great idea and example! We made a simple bench with 1/5 of the plywood sheet, then decided to use the remainder of the sheet to make a bench according your design. This is the result. It is not exactly your design: we made the 'fingers' for both the top and the legs, so these pieces grab into each other. As also suggested by one of the commenters. It is not 100% perfect and we did use two metal anchors and 4 long screws on the sides, but the result is super strong and robust, no wobbly legs and very stable.
Universal stand-alone filament spool holder (Fully 3D-printable)
Life hack: 30 Second 3D Printer Filament Spool Holder
I was exploring Thingiverse to print a filament holder, then accidentely stumbled on this one on Instructables. Excellent idea! I made it in less then 5 minutes (including getting the filament boxes from the paper trash;)