Have you felt like your life has been missing something? Something to put on a shelf, or on your desk, or possibly front-row center in a trophy cabnet to show off your 3D printing skills? Well, look no further - print yourself a scale model of everybody's favorite restaurant, In-N-Out!
This print comes in six parts, easily put together with some super glue. Print out one "innout.stl", four "innout_awning.stl", and one "innout_roof". I was able to acheive the two-color effect using a single extruder printer by utilizing the "pause at height" plugin in Cura. The black windows and door are just paper that I pressure fit in the slots. The door, however, I had to super glue in because it fell out too easily. I colored in the logo on the front of the building with red and yellow Sharpie.
This was a really fun project I did for a school project. Hopefully someone will try printing this out - probably one of the most fun 3D projects I've ever worked on.
I'm Brent, and welcome to Brent Werder Design.
Here, you'll find all sorts of 3D-printer friendly models. It's always my goal to make 3D printing as accessible and useful as possible to anyone.
I've owned an Ultimaker Original + since 2015 and I've been trying to print better ever since I bought it. I built a Prusa i3 MK2S with the Multi Material upgrade in 2017. I'm working on an open-source RepRap printer design that is likely to be complete and up for download in 2019.
I also do VR sketching and good old 3D modelling, so stay tuned for new designs whenever I post them!
If you don't have access to a printer, feel free to grab a print from my website.
Thanks for dropping by, and keep on printing!