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Stephen Tranovich
Wow, add some fabric after the 3rd layer if your 3D printer and you get this. Make your own armor! LA
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Sophi Kravitz Jan 30
Where is this???
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Heiko W. Rupp Jan 31
This is awesome. Probably needs some very thin fabric with large mesh so that the plastic can go through?
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Lon Koenig Jan 31
Beautiful work
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ichigoP Jan 31
I'm interested to know what type of printer you have!
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Jonathan Schemoul Jan 31
since you are playing a lot with your 3d printer, it may be of interest to you ☺️
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ben Jan 31
let's make some armor!
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Drew Fustini Jan 31
That was a fantastic!
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Ve1vet Jan 31
This is so sick!
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Drew Fustini Jan 31
So many amazing desgins by David Shorey last night at the meetup in the including this 3D printed lithopane!
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🖥️⚡️K1n3k ⚡️🖥️ Jan 31
so... wanna try something?
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Kazplay @A-kon Cosplay Guest Jan 31
Absolutely!
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Drew Fustini Jan 31
Original HD version that I uploaded to YouTube
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✨ Reid  ✨ Jan 31
Hopping on here, I’m interested too!
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Dave Grier Jan 31
Prusa i3 mk3, the creator has lots of stuff on insta
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✨ Reid  ✨ Jan 31
Thank you!!
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Peter Clyde Park Jan 31
@chromuhkey bruh
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Jamil Starkweather Jan 31
The cosplay community is gonna love this.
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Andreas Aronsson Jan 31
Check this out this looks awesome for, uhm, random cosplay? 😅
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