My son wanted a Celtic knot bracelet. This library was used to create my first attempt. The library contains a couple of examples at the top with some example patterns.The latest version will be on github at https://github.com/beanz/celtic-knot-scad The API is still work-in-progress so expect changes. Feedback would be much appreciated so that the API can be firmed up sooner rather than later.For the next iteration of the bracelet I'm planning to create a celtic knot font of the tile alphabet for http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:16193  so then it should be possible to "draw" knots on cylinders and spheres too.UPDATE 2014/02/02: Removed use of children() which isn't supported on older versions of openscad. https://github.com/beanz/celtic-knot-scad http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:16193
A 3D scan of Reginald’s Tower Waterford. Quite a difficult location to work. Between the constant traffic, trees, people, and buildings right up on top of this Tower, I think it’s safe to say a Drone would come in very handy the next time we visit this site.
The Claddagh is an ancient Celtic symbol of love and devotion, given for centuries by people who want to demonstrate their feelings for someone close to them. 'I give to you my heart, and I crown it with my love'. This pendant is the first of a few designs I hope to be doing with this symbol as it's one I've always very much believed in. It will, I suspect, need to be printed on an STR or other high-resolution printer but I suspect it'll look fantastic when produced properly. Give it to the one you love and show them you really mean it.
Get ready for Halloween with this amazing skull from 3DWP. The famous Celtic skull was originally from Artec (3D scanners). Made hollow so you can put an LED light under it.Check out;http://www.3dwp.nl http://www.driedeebox.nl  We provide a total solution in 3D printing and scanning with the ”Driedeebox”.http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/  http://www.3dwp.nl http://www.driedeebox.nl http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
Another celtic-inspired design of the Trinity knot, made into a tealight holder. The base needed some work, which I fixed and showed in the uploaded files. I also changed the dimensions of the cup at the end of the stem to make it deeper. The pictures show the first prototype but the actual STL file has the changes.Note: I haven't built the object with the final changes yet but will do over the next few days. I'd love to see how it worked for you. Celtic Trinity Tealight Holder  by gabrielguzman  is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial  license. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:489648 http://www.thingiverse.com/gabrielguzman http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/