First of all, Montreal Mini Maker Faire was a real success. Crowds of adults and children show interest in 3D printing. I hope with this blog to fill up all the info our public is looking to get, please feel free to comment on the posts if you have more questions.
Coming to us, as you see in this picture, our Ultimaker doesn’t have a dual extruder, which means it can print only one color at the time.Although it’s easy to paint on the printed models. (click on pictures to enlarge)
Another example of how is used paint over 3D prints.
We’re going to be in Montreal for the Mini Maker Faire at the Olimpic Stadium this weekend. We’re going to show the Ultimaker along with other 3D printers. If you want to see them by life, come and learn with us!
We are printing bottle openers and ultimaker robot key chain hanger. Both of the models are freely avalible on thingiverse.
Before we even got our Ultimaker, Morena participated in a contest to win a Makerbot doing some modelling for a chess contes in tinkercad. “I found this free online software incredibly easy to use and I had lot of fun sculpting the canadian animal Chess set for children!”
To see, tinker or print these model, check out here. Morena has also shared on thingiverse all the single models of the animals. Richgain made also a video about printing out the moose. Check it out!