Open Source – Library of Congress 3D Printed Ornament

November 13, 2014 at 1:59 pm 1 comment

My latest 3D printing project is a Christmas Ornament inspired by the Library of Congress. It is currently one of the 20 Finalists in the White House 3D Printed Ornament Design challenge. Since the challenge was hosted by Instructables, all my step by step instructions of how to model the ornament in Blender (and the downloadable .STL file) can be found up at Instructables.

Jefferson Reading Room and Silver Ornament
Inspiration and Rendered Ornament
Image on the left is by Carol M. Highsmith and in the Public Domain.

The ornament can also be printed at Shapeways.

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  • 1. narami  |  November 13, 2014 at 7:03 pm

    It turned out amazing Vicky! Congratulations on making it to the top 20, hope it gets first place!

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