Entries in Fusion 360

The Space Porter

Not the colors he wanted, but he can choose what he wants when he prints it out himself.

Successful first collaboration with my six-year-old nephew Noah!

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Pew to the Pew

A space captain (princess or otherwise) should never leave port without their trusty sidearm: The Bolide Blaster.

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Cheekymandos – TechMech

I need to work on lighting... Pretty much all these photos were taken under the same circumstances, and the brightness is all over the place.

MAYBE FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM!

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Crystal Nightlight

It looks... sinister, but is better for the circadian rhythm

Finally!  A project my 2-year-old understands and appreciates right out the gate.  She’s thrilled.  I’m thrilled.

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Zoe is already shouting about scaring away monsters with this.

A Space Princess has so many uses for a Solar Sword: Vanquishing interstellar monsters, defending quadrants from marauding space pirates, knighting heros and civil servants, accenting talking points during inspirational speeches.  The list goes on and on.

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Hee-hee HA-HA

IT’S THAT GUY, WHO FLIES THAT PLANE!

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Now I just need to start working on the Action Figure Storage Truck

ROCK-ROCK ON!!

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Cheap As Springs! (Ding!)

PRINT ALL OUR PLAYSETS AND TOYS!
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Yes, I did actually make one for my daughter.

All heros, especially those of the Space Princess persuasion, need a solid utility belt.  Make one for the protagonist in your life… Or yourself… Those don’t have to be mutually exclusive.

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This would make a rad belt buckle or something...

If you’ve been following along on Twitter, you may have figured out that I’m currently in a printerless predicament.  With prototyping mostly on-hold (thanks for the assists, Nate!), I realized that I should probably build an equation-driven gear in the software I find myself using more and more.

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