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The Best 3D Printing Ideas for Valentine's Day
Got a New 3D Printer Over the Holidays? Or maybe you've been 3D printing for a while now. Either way, whether you're printing from a filament printer or a resin printer such as the AnyCubic Photon Mono X or the AnyCubic Photon Mono X 6K at extremely high resolution, you're perfect for printing Valentine's Day gifts for the people you love.
Below we've put together some printable Valentine's Day gift ideas. With some of these designs you can test your skills by setting up 3D models while others are ready to print with little to no tweaking.
We looked at sites like Thingiverse, MyMiniFactory, Prusa, Instructables, and Makerbot's Cults to find designs that would make great Valentine's Day gifts.
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2. Heart-shaped ring holder
Those who take their rings off at night will appreciate this. heart shaped jewelry and ring holder. You can agree with the creator, Greg Spielman, when he quotes the classic song, "The world needs love now, sweet love!"
3. Heart gears
This three heart gear design comes from the Thingiverse manufacturer, Emmett, an aerospace engineer working for Google. This design has been approved over 11,000 times! Moving gears are a great way to tell your valentine how much you're a match for each other. Ouch. And if you've been waiting until the last minute, check out this redesigned print takes less city time. He recommends using ABS filament, but also gives some advice for those using PLA.
I love you box
I love you in a box! Wait, it didn't come right away. Maker Natalie Chismond, aka 3DPrintBunny put together a great Valentine's Day gift in a box. You can download designs from MyMiniFactory and enjoy 3D printed Valentine's Day.
5. Heart-Shaped Box
When Kurt Cobain sang "I've been locked in your heart-shaped box for weeks" he might have meant it. Design of a box-heart for Valentine's Day from the manufacturer Devmeiser! If you prefer the design to run through the entire lid, check out this alternative version from the Prus website.
6. Mayan Lotus Flower Pendant
Jewelry is a popular Valentine's Day gift and this Mayan Lotus Flower Pendant, available on Thingiverse, fits the bill. Designer Cesar Rodriguez recommends using PLA filament to print this design, and you can switch filaments halfway through to create a two-tone version.
7. Spiral Heart Pendant
Attach this spiral heart pendant to a chain for a romantic Valentine's Day gift! Grab the STL files from José Narvaez at MyMiniFactory.
8. Customizable lithophane
Lithophane is one of the coolest things you can 3D print. Hang them in front of a light source such as a window or lamp. This customizable lithophane design allows you to add any photo you want. Use your photo and your special valentine and it makes a great gift.
9. Heart Wings Cookie Mold
This Heart Wings Cookie Mold is part of OogiMe's Valentine's Day collection. You can find many other 3D printed cookie cutter designs, including this teddy bear. Just make sure you are using a food safe material like PLA with no additives.
10. Candlestick with a heart for Valentine's Day
Tea candles will help you create the right mood for a date on Valentine's Day. This heart shaped candle holder from Thingiverse will look perfect on the table during your romantic dinner.
11. Valentine's Day Heart Vase
Instructables is a good place to look for designs to 3D print, because in addition to the design files you also get a tutorial, which is not available in many other design repositories. This heart vase would look great with real roses or 3D printed roses. If you have a webcam that you can mount near your printer, try creating a time lapse video of this Valentine's Day vase being printed with OctoLapse. Use vase mode and you'll love the results.
12. Heart Bookmark
If your Valentine loves books, print this heart bookmark for him. If you use the Kubaker maker, printing will take no more than fifteen minutes!
13. iLove U Signal for iPhone
This one is pretty smart. Project your love on the wall with this iLove U Signal for mobile phones. You hold the printed piece in front of the phone's flash to project the heart onto the wall.
14. Heart ring
If you print this knotted heart ring, be sure to first adjust it to fit your Valentine's finger.
Bow and Arrow
Embody the spirit of Cupid with this work. bow and arrow Valentine. It is operated by a rubber band, and the creator, the muzzle, says, depending on what kind of rubber band you use, the bow can shoot an arrow up to five meters away!
16. Key ring "You are my man"
This Keychain declares the love of your beloved. Design by User Idea Lab on MyMiniFactory doesn't use props, so if you're having issues with the jumper, this design will still print fine.
17. Gift boxes galore
Whatever Valentine's Day gift you decide to print, consider printing a gift box to put it in. This butterfly puzzle box requires the user to find a hidden key and then find the keyhole. Also, check out these customizable 3D printable boxes from Instructables and this beautiful and unusual box is available from Mohamed Ayobe on MyMiniFactory.
3D Printing Ideas for Every Holiday
Valentine's Day isn't the only holiday you can decorate with 3D printing. Check out Thanksgiving and Winter Holiday Ideas!
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Building 3D printing in anticipation of a breakthrough century, but construction 3D printing appeared much later. The first construction projects using this technology appeared only in 2014.We are talking, first of all, about the so-called small architectural forms (benches, flower beds, fences). They never even dreamed about building houses. But already in 2015, the Russian startup Apis Cor made a splash - it printed a whole house in the Moscow region. Since then, news about new 3D printed houses has periodically appeared. However, despite the fact that the technology proved to be very promising in terms of the speed of construction of housing and the reduction in the cost of construction, no mass implementation followed.
Construction is the world's number one market. And, if many technological innovations are being introduced in the field of high-rise construction, then little has changed in the field of low-rise construction over the past decades. The last 30 years have seen the availability of the Internet, mobile phones, mobile internet, robotics taken to a new level, etc., but when you get to a house construction site, you are unlikely to find many technological innovations. Automation is practically non-existent, and manual labor prevails. 2020 was a test of strength for the whole world, and also led to the highest level of inflation, which, first of all, hit the construction market, there was a dramatic change in prices for metals, cement, wood and much more.
This Internet meme shows what happened to the cost of building materials in just a year. And the process is still going on. At the same time, there is a serious rise in the cost of labor, and there is an acute shortage of it. All this leads to a sharp rise in the cost of building houses. No matter how strange it may sound, statistics show that the growth of automation does not occur when everything is fine, but precisely in crisis situations, during increased competition, reduced demand and the need to urgently look for new technologies to increase production efficiency. So it happened this time, and after some stagnation, construction 3D printing received a new impetus for development.
Preparing to write an article, I turned to the founder of Arkon - Boris Kozlov y. Arkon was established in 2020 and is engaged in the production of construction 3D printers, both a workshop type for creating prefabs (prefabricated houses) and a portal one capable of printing a two-story house. I asked Boris the key, in my opinion, question:
- Construction 3D printing appeared in 2014, but no mass introduction of this technology followed in 7-8 years. Why do you think this happened, and why is there a surge of new projects right now?
- It seems to me that the reason is the snowball effect. The technology had to mature, grow from a hypothesis to a pilot implementation, and finally to commercialization and scaling (what is happening now). In addition, it should be borne in mind that construction is one of the most conservative industries, where, unlike even aviation and the automotive industry, there is still an extremely low introduction of digital solutions and automation in the field of the production process itself - the construction itself. The issue of regulation and certification also plays an important role - this process is long and creates an additional lag.
In 2014 - 2016 the first samples of building 3D printers and prototypes of printed buildings appeared. The concepts of various form factors of construction 3D printers and types of printing materials were tested.
In 2017-2018 in the world, the first notable investments were made in a number of construction 3D printing start-ups. Further, by 2020, these investments "rolled" in the form of reaching a certain level of technology maturity - the first commercial products (3D printers and houses) appeared.
Finally, in 2020-2022 it became clear that the hypotheses of the effectiveness of construction 3D printing were justified (cheaper, faster, more environmentally friendly), and large investments began in the industry. A striking example is the investment of GE (the French division of General Electric) in the Danish COBOD or the achievement of a capitalization of $ 2 billion by the American company ICON.
In 2022-2023 over 1,000 buildings will be printed worldwide already, scaling from single buildings/pilot projects to entire villages and major infrastructure/reinforced concrete implementations. In addition, in a number of countries, by now, a regulatory framework has been created or is being actively created for the introduction of additive technologies in the construction industry.
Thus, I believe that the specified time period is a fairly natural cycle of technology development, which is likely to experience exponential growth in the next decade.
According to ResearchAndMarket report, the global construction 3D printing market is valued at USD 354.3 million in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 11068.1 million by 2027, an increase of 99.04%.
Various market processes affect the prices and behavior of participants in the global 3D construction printing market. They create price signals that are the result of changes in the demand and supply curves for a product or service. They can be associated with both macroeconomic and microeconomic factors. Even human emotions can also drive decisions, influence the market, and create price signals.
Now let's take a quick look at what is the construction 3D printer. Without delving too deeply into the technology, we can say that construction 3D printers are very similar to classic FDM/FFF printers that print with plastic, but instead of plastic, the material here is a cement mixture, which is fed directly into the nozzle and forms an object by layer-by-layer overlay. Printers are also portal, on the basis of a flying boom, with a robotic arm.
Pictured left is a construction printer based on a boom. The figure on the right is a gantry construction 3D printer
In the figure above, a construction 3D printer in the form of a robot arm installed on a mobile platform.
Everything changed completely when, in the summer of 2021, the American company ICON, which was trying to introduce 3D printing into the construction of various auxiliary facilities, signed a contract with one of the largest American developers, Lennar, to build a village of 100 houses in Texas and immediately became a unicorn , having received 200 million dollars of investments from several investment funds.Pictured is a 3D printed house in Austin, Texas. A 3D printed house in Austin, Texas.
At the same time, the Danish company COBOD, created by the world's largest construction formwork company PERRI, began selling its gantry 3D construction printers and participating in construction projects around the world. In the photo below, a modern two-story house built in Germany and a school building in Malawi, built in record time with a minimal budget.
Few things unite developed, developing and poor countries, everywhere their problems and tasks, but The lack of affordable housing is a global agenda . If in poor countries there is an acute problem with the increase in the number of homeless people due to a lack of housing, as such, then in developing countries it is necessary to dramatically accelerate the number of new housing being built to meet the needs of a growing population. In developed countries, the problem is primarily in the cost of housing, which has risen in price to such an extent that it has become practically inaccessible to young people. And with the simultaneous increase in life expectancy in these countries, this problem is only getting worse.
At the same time, the trend towards "green agenda " is developing, reducing CO2 emissions, building with more environmentally friendly materials, etc. But, unfortunately, so far the construction industry is the absolute leader in CO2 emissions, as well as in the amount of garbage that each construction site leaves behind. This is not to say that construction 3D printing solves all these problems, but at least it is moving in the right direction. Let's look at this with a few illustrative examples.3D printed walls.
Today, when we talk about 3D printing houses, we are talking about printing walls. Everything else (foundation, windows, doors, ceilings and roof) is done in the traditional way. 3D printed walls are built as fixed formwork, which significantly saves the amount of cement used , and this, in turn, reduces the cost of construction and reduces the environmental impact of cement production. In addition, with this method of construction, no additional waste is produced, the strength of the structure does not suffer. It can be reinforced, as shown in the photo on the left, and engineering communications can be immediately laid, as shown in the photo on the right, which also affects the final speed of the construction of the object. At the same time, the total weight of the structure is reduced, the remaining cavities can be filled with lightweight foam concrete, insulation, straw or any other available material. Such a lightweight design can use a lighter foundation. The construction method itself is more economical in terms of material, and therefore environmentally friendly.
Eco-concrete with the addition of polymers is being actively developed, the production of which reduces CO2 emissions from 30% to 100%. The Apis Cor company mentioned at the beginning of the article, which built a house in the suburbs in 2015, is now based in hot Florida, plans to start using this material in its projects.
Another startup from Russia, Mighty Buildings, headquartered in California, initially relied on a polymer with the addition of mineral chips. And while the company doesn't build entire homes, it only makes wall panels, it has won numerous design awards, as well as a $400 million valuation in several investment rounds.
As a result, with a rough calculation, we can say that the total savings on the construction of walls can reach 30%, and the total cost of the house can be reduced by 10%. This is true for houses designed for conventional construction. And if you initially design with 3D printing, you can improve this ratio by optimizing the laying of communications, the ability to immediately print interior walls, bookmark niches for bathrooms, fireplaces, built-in wardrobes and kitchens, as was done in the house built by COBOD in Germany.
"There are spots on the sun." Despite all the advantages of construction 3D printing, has several significant disadvantages . The main one is layering, which cannot be avoided at the current level of technology development.
The photo above shows the layering of the 3D printed walls.
This task can be worked in several directions:
Ribbed walls can be plastered, painted and played with as a design element. That's how ICON does it in the US, for example their latest project House Zero is done that way and has won a number of design awards.
Use special "shutters" on the print head that allow you to smooth layers, as COBOD and other manufacturers do. The photo below shows that this does not ensure the complete absence of layering.
Fully sand the surface to obtain the usual smooth wall for plastering, painting, wallpapering or other finishing. It is possible, but it will require huge labor costs, which can reduce the overall efficiency of using 3D printing.
Pictured above is a 3D printed wall sanded smooth.
The second problem is the required temperature. Ideally, printing should take place at temperatures between +5C° and +30C°. Humidity is also important. Using additives, you can push these boundaries, but not indefinitely. At strong sub-zero temperatures, printing will be possible in the field only if the construction site is covered with a dome and the required temperature is reached inside with the help of heat guns. In conditions of intense heat, it is preferable to print at night. Another solution could be to print the wall panels in the shop and assemble them on site. Of course, each of these decisions will have a negative impact on the economic efficiency of the project.
Building 3D printing can be useful not only for the construction of houses . With its help, you can solve many other problems, and there its disadvantages will not matter. For example, the American concern GE uses COBOD printers to build towers for wind turbines in the shop.