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=Noisebridge 3D Printing: Projects=
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This page is intended as a means of aggregating the knowledge and resources collected by members of Noisebridge in their 3D Printing exploits. Also, prints routinely break or disappear and it's nice to have a record of the things that have been printed in the space. If you've printed something cool, please add it below along with links to any files or resources you used to design, troubleshoot, build and document your project.  
 
 
This page is intended as a means of aggregating the knowledge and resources collected by members of Noisebridge in their 3D Printing exploits. Also, prints routinely break or disappear and it's nice to have a record of the things that have been printed in the space. If you've printed something cool, please add it below along with links to any files or resources you used to design, troubleshoot, build and document your project. Hopefully over time we can build up a healthy record and introduce some more logical organization to the article.  
 
  
 
==Eames Walnut Stools==
 
==Eames Walnut Stools==
  
===Models===
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===Model A===[[File:Example.jpg]]
[http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:11655 .stl Files on Thingiverse]
 
 
 
===Printed Model A===
 
 
 
=Other=
 
* See also the Noisebridge 3D Printing for Beginners page [[3DPrintBeginners]]
 
 
 
 
 
==SD-Card Holder fish shaped==
 
 
 
===Models===
 
Thingaversive file: [http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1737367]
 
 
 
Printed on a monoprice printer with PLA.
 
 
 
[[File:IMG_8463.jpg|300px]]
 

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