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Millennium Falcon

I started playing around with 3D printing last year, mostly to satisfy my own curiosity, with an unexpected result: I'm now completely addicted to it. 

These are some of the prints I made using a variety of printers from Monoprice, Flashforge and Anycubic. Many of the files can be found at Thingiverse

This Millennium Falcon was so big I had to print it in two parts and glue it together. 

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Fallout phone stand

It includes a little channel to snake your Lightning cable through. 

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Battery holder

Everyone in the office wants one of these now. I've also printed them in AAA size. 

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Hex drawer

These small hex containers take about 8 hours total to print, but they sure look cool. 

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Han Solo in carbonite

Pretty much the first thing everyone prints. 

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Board game miniatures

Some custom minis for a tabletop game. 

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Card holder

This card and token holder is for the game Arkham Horror, as seen in our roundup of the best tabletop and board games for gamers

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Dice tower

You haven't gone all-in until you've designed and printed your own custom dice tower. 

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Doors and bookcases

These printed models replace cardboard tokens for doors and bookcases in the tabletop game Mansions of Madness

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Deck holder

Another card game accessory, for holding a draw deck and a discard pile in one hand. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, turn in your nerd card right now. 

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Abe #1

An Abe Lincoln test model printed on the Flashforge Adventurer 3. 

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The Flashforge Adventurer 3

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Abe #2

Abe printed on the Flashforge Inventor II. 

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Flashforge Adventurer II

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Abe #3

Abe printed on the Monoprice Mini V2. 

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Monoprice Mini V2

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Abe #4

Abe printed on the Anycubic Photon, in green resin. 

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Anycubic Photon

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