Bill models, 3D prints, and gets a super glossy finish on this vibrant sword from Steven Universe!
Join Bill as he creates his own Mark 50 Arc Reactor that lights up and sits on his chest like magic!
Funimation asked Bill to bring Zero’s helmet from Code Geass to life, and it’s the shiniest thing ever!
Bill uses the Moai 200 to print an Apex Legends dagger in ONE PIECE! Then he shows you how to make a quick and dirty mold and cast the dagger with some beautiful resin pigments.
Learn how to design a 3D model and finish the 3D print to look like it’s straight out of a movie!
Bill and Joel sit down on the spookiest day of the year to talk about 3d Printing
Bill has put together several Bladerunner blaster kits and decided it was finally time to make his own from scratch. This 3D modeled and printed prop was molded and cast to make a highly detailed, custom replica… with a twist!
Our buddies Evan & Katelyn came to visit the shop and they brought their awesome homemade water blaster! We decided it could do with a visual upgrade, so we rusted, weathered, and lit it up for an epic final look.
Han Solo’s lucky Sabacc dice are a great little project to learn some basic 3D modeling. In this video Bill shows you how to model the parts in Fusion 360 and then finish and paint the 3D prints to look like the prop from the movie.
Zortax sent us their M300 3D Printer and a pile of filament to create a project. Our family and cosplay counterparts, Jaimi and Rob, were crafting a Samus costume from the Metroid video games and wanted to 3D print the helmet. What a great way to try out the large build volume of the M300 and make an awesome cosplay helmet!