About a year ago I designed and printed a 1/4 cup measuring cup. You see, I needed a good way to measure cat food. I only needed the one size, so buying a whole set of measuring cups seemed like a waste. With a MakerBot in the other room, I figured it was best to make just the one size of measuring cup.
From lines of code to glazed ceramic
This is a followup to a previous post about my “finger cup” 3D model. I uploaded the 3D model file to Shapeways and received a version printed in ceramic! This heavy chunk of hardened clay started as about 16 lines of code. I’m not counting comments and the lines that consist of only closing curly-braces, … Continue reading From lines of code to glazed ceramic
The little bowl I designed & printed
UPDATE: I printed this at Shapeways in food-safe glazed ceramic. See the progression from code to object in a more recent blog post. I made a thing! Well, I designed and made a thing. You will find my “finger cup” at Thingiverse. Quick background: several times a day at work, I find myself in the … Continue reading The little bowl I designed & printed
Sour Cream, Cheese, Extra Meat, Cup. Of. Fat.
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