Printing a working Train Whistle from Thingaverse on...Barnacules Nerdgasm
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The video runs at 20x during the print so you can see the model materialize before your eyes without having to wait for 2 hours which is how long it took to print the large whistle. Print times changed based on an array of factors such as complexity of the model, speed you want the machine to move and quality you want the print to be. If you just want to prototype something it can be very quick however if you want something to look like a flawless product it may take several hours (or even days).
I love that you can just go online and download things like iPhone cases, Hooks, Cases, etc and just print them out. You can even use your favorite 3D modeling software to import and modify the models to your liking before printing them. This is going to open a whole new world for people to really customize everything!
Link to Train Whistle (Designed by MikeP-NZ on Thingiverse)
Model used to print this whistle was published under an Attribution - Creative Commons license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/) and is free to be used commercially.
Steam Train Whistle
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