Happy Easter from Redstack!
To get into the spirit of Easter, see above time lapse video of an Easter bunny being printed on
1. Stanford Easter Bunny
Summary: The cell-center distribution for the voronoi patterns was generated using charge particle
simulations: The particles can move freely within a 1mm thick voxel model of the bunny. They repel
and attract each other, and over time they form a near perfect distribution across the surface. Next,
the 1mm wide voronoi pattern was generated within the same 1 mm thick voxel model, resulting in
round 1mm wires. Finally the voxel model was polygonized using a marching cubes algorithm, and
cleaned using VCG lib functions.
Made By: Virtox
2. Easter Bunny Cookie Cutter
Summary: Print Time: 01:09 / Filament: 27 gr (0.4 mm resolution)
Dip the cutter in flour to avoid sticking.
Made By: OogiMe
3. Low Poly Stanford Bunny Lamp
Summary: Size: 146X117X165 mm / Files :3 / Pieces :4 / Maximum Component SIze:
146X117X145 mm / Total Print Time: 9h / Raft: Yes / Support: No
Applicable Bulb Type: tBulb B
Made By: Toolmoon
4. Easter Egg Holder Bunnies
Summary: Easter Egg Holder Bunnies are fun prints that add a unique, decorative and fun
dimension to your Easter Eggs. These can also be used in Easter hunts to add that extra
fun for the kids!
Made By: Muzz64
5. Easter Egg Ornament
Summary: Simply print and bring some easter feeling into your home or office. Supports
are needed at the bottom of the egg, but not internally for the top to look aesthetic. There
may be some small overhangs, but that's a minor problem when printed the same size as a
real easter egg.
Made By: Chrisibub
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