3D Modeling

As 3D printing continues to move onward and upward, progressing with exponential success on a continual basis, the propagation of equipment in cloning itself through 3D printing is no longer a rarity, and allows numerous users–engaged in exploration–to enjoy all the benefits that the technology brings to their brave new world, in terms of open-source freedom, independence in prototyping, affordability, and self-sustainability for the future.

The most commonly used materials in 3D printing are the thermoplastics PLA and ABS, but the list goes on (and on). Other materials that are sold as 3D printer filament include nylon, polycarbonate, carbon fiber, polypropylene, and many more! There are even special blends which can conduct electricity or glow in the dark! With so much variety on offer, it’s easier than ever to create functional, beautiful, and high performing prints in a variety of exciting materials.


3D printed model case for Xbee 


Simple casing for Raspberry Pi 3d printable .Exact dimensions of protection box for the Robotics Team

Ultrasonic HC-SR04 holder

Ultrasonic HC-SR04 holder. It is made of 2 pieces grouped in a component. Created in Fusion 360.

LCD Display box

LCD Display LCM1602C  .16x2 LCD display with terminal holes

Arduino Yun Case

3D printed Arduino Yun Case designed

LCD Screen

Protection box for raspberry pi and LCD Screen.