As anyone making 3d print, I've spent hours staring at my new things while they were printing. I especially enjoy the infill patterns generated by the slicer software, and I sometimes feel that the object would have been better if I cancelled the print before the end. So I wanted to use this visual idea for something that would be useful too : the "Aborted print" desktop stationery set.
It's made of seven shapes, each with six infill grid variations for a total of forty-eight possible combinations. Each combination is ready to print and comes in two files for easy dual extruding setup. Of course, it also prints fine with a single extruder (and without support).
Only first picture is a photo, other pictures are 3d renders.
Test print : "Sphere with Small Hex grid" (first picture)
I'm a graphic designer working with 3d for almost twenty years. I just got my first 3d printer, so I can finally bring my creations in real world!