For this episode of "Let's 3D Print Something" we decided to showcase a design from Alex's first year of 3D Printing - a set of 3D printed coat hooks made specifically for 3D printing. We also explain a design change for added strength some tips when using FDM 3D printed parts.
We show a time-lapse of the 3D print being made, as well as some 3D print details so you know how it was made. These parts were made on our reliable work-horse, the Prusa i3 MK2 3D Printer by Prusa Research.
The 3D Printability of this model is an 8/10. 3D printability is the score every part will have on "Let's 3D Print Something". It represents how well a part can be simply 3D printed. 10/10 means you can just take the part off the bed after it's done 3D printing.
Let us know in the comments below some other models or things you'd like us to 3D print!
If you’d like to purchase your own set of x3 AG3D Coat Hooks (shown above), you can find them over in our Etsy store by going to ag3dprinting.etsy.com or by clicking the link in the show details. $13.50/x3 pack.
To find out more about 3D printing with AG3D head over to www.ag3d-printing.com to learn more and get a free quote on your next 3D printing project by filling out our form on our website: https://ag3d-printing.com/get-a-quote