Prints beautifully on a resin printer. It does also print on an FDM printer (black crate in the picture is printed on my Ender 3), but it's a lot more challenging.
Now that I have a resin printer (Elegoo Mars) I can finally try and go as detailed as I would like to go, with this new rendition of a model I made of these typical Dutch milk crates years ago in ShetchUp. I rebuild it from scratch in Fusion 360.
This particular crate model will be recognized by everyone in The Netherlands as THE milk crate. Even though nowadays it's mostly seen on the front of bicycles to carry stuff around in.
I've modeled it with 3D printing and 1/6 scale in mind, so it's not a 100% exactly scaled model of the real life crates. It's supposed to become part of a toy I've been wanting to make for a long time and I'm back at working on again, given the possibilities with this new printer.
Earlier/Other Crates I Made:
CRATEFULL OF | Miniature Stackable Milk Crate
CRATEFULL OF | Miniature Vinyl Record Collection
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I am Baschz, an artist, designer and maker from the Netherlands with a profound love for hand made things with a mass production look and feel to them. 3D printing gives me the possibility to by hand create small run (art) projects that look like they we're pooped out by the thousands in a factory far far away. You can find some of these products in my Etsy shop. I also use 3D printing in other work and to fix or upgrade things around the house or on my printers.
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