3d print: happy easter egg
Today I just printed out a bunch of Easter eggs that I hope will be a nice surprise for colleagues (when you’re back in the office sometime).
Until then, I’d like to show some, I think quite interesting and successful pictures of the eggs, showing how the layer structures are built up, how something looks like at 300 micrometer layer height in FDM and that, depending on heat and material, sometimes threads form in cavities, which can be removed either by clever parameter adjustment or by post-processing.
In addition, you can even see how nicely the Lumia 950 XL manages depth-of-field images in the macro area ;)
Have fun while looking through and Happy Eastern to everybody!