woodFill Treasure Chest

A 3d printed Treasure Chest by Athey. Printed in ColorFabb’s woodFill filament.

Design by Athey
Get the 3d files here

[mwi_product sku=”WOODFILL FINE”/]

OpenRC printed with XT filament – Part 1

Hello folks! My name is Glen Thijssen and I’m the new industrial engineering graduate intern @Colorfabb. My main focus in the coming six months will be on research related to the optimization of the Colorfabb filaments and the product market position whilst remaining focused on continued and improved customer satisfaction.

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Barnacules 3dprinting Darth Vader

Take a look at Jerry Berg a.k.a. Barnacules have a go at 3d printing the Darth Vader Lego like action figurine. Powered by colorFabb standard black using the fabulous Ultimaker 2, this seems like a match made in heaven.

Darth Vader

A 3d printed Darth Vader by Matthew in ColorFabb’s Standard Black.

Design by Matthew
Get the files here.

[mwi_product sku=”STANDARD BLACK”/]


BaliBoy – part 2

Scanning BaliBoy was good fun and easy enough. Just make sure to take time setting up your scanning equipment and make sure there’s enough room to walk around the object while scanning. Once the BaliBoy was scanned I was eager to get it printing on the Makerbot. Using our woodFill profiles for Makerbot Makerware our first copy of BaliBoy (10cm tall) was done in about 1 hour and 15 minutes.

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BaliBoy – part 1

Generating 3d models is quite time consuming and requires in some cases expert knowledge of specific 3d modeling software. It’s definitely fun to learn about the various types of 3d modeling software, but you could also get into 3d scanning.

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RapidPro 2014

Last week colorFabb was present at the RapidPro 2014 in Veldhoven, the Netherlands. We had a great time talking to lots of 3d print enthusiast. Even though woodFill is around for a while now we still got many surprised reactions from people seeing a Makerbot Replicator create actual wooden parts.

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