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Fun with Photo Frames

3D model description

​I thought that a picture frame would be perfect design to try out my woodfill PLA. I tried staining it and then I printed in bronzefill, translucent and regular PLA. This easy print comes in two variations. Both are sized for 3.5 x 5 inch photos. There are two holes to facilitate hanging horizontally or vertically. There is an inner ledge that will hold a piece of glass and the photo and/or photo and a piece of cardboard. The first one I designed was a tad too big for my Lulzbot mini so I trimmed it around the edges. All of the photos display the mini version except for the grey one which is a bigger frame but thinner overall. You don't even need to hang them on the wall as you can see I used my phone stand in one of the photos.

Even though this is not printed in a flexible filament, I create these designs to encourage people to try out flexible filaments or get some new interesting colors of flexibles. For info on purchasing samples of 6 different types of flexible filament go to flexyfilament.com

3D printing settings

PLA settings 185 - 210

  • 3D model format: STL

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We developed a great way to distribute cost effective quantities of flexible filament: Splash Spools. A generous amount of filament on a spool with a case so it's not flopping all over the place. Splash Spools store easily in a desk drawer, stacked space or even hang on a wall. Available on www.flexyfilament.com and Amazon. We stock NinjaFlex, Cheetah, SemiFlex, SainSmart, nGen FLEX, FilaFlex and Flexy.

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CC BY


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