Beautiful & Unique organic Cells shaped Coaster with different orientation.Designed for a Home 3D printer3D print it with exotic filaments like Wood, or ElectroForm it with Copper & Patina as i did with my #HomeElectroForming  Prototype. https://twitter.com/hashtag/homeelectroforming?f=tweets&vertical=default&src=hash
The beauty of a *Non Singular knot* (Math equation) takes form as a real 3D object with the help of 3D Printing technology.A beautiful Math Art piece for your desk.3D print it with Metal filaments, plastic, or do ElectroForming.
2 in 1 – Fractal based add-on accessory to attach to an evening gown.(2 design files in 1 zip file)Both designs are 1~2mm thick and curved to fit a medium size bust.You can adjust them to your measurements with any 3D software.Each design volume: 80~ cubic cm3D Print them in White or Black Nylon (SLS)
The beauty of a Dupin Cycloids.*Math is Beautiful. *(Last design for 2016)Size: 150x95x145mm3D print it with White, Cream PLA on a home 3D printer (With 20% Infill) – or with Ceramics resin (tethon3d.com ) on SLA/DLP 3D printers. https://tethon3d.com/
The Guy Fawkes mask is a stylised depiction of Guy Fawkes, the best-known member of the Gunpowder Plot. The plot was an attempt to blow up the House of Lords in London on 5 November 1605, in order to restore a Catholic head of state. The use of a mask on an effigy has long roots as part of Guy Fawkes Nightcelebrations.
NASA's Space Launch System, or SLS, is an advanced launch vehicle for a new era of exploration beyond Earth's orbit into deep space. SLS, the world's most powerful rocket, will launch astronauts in the agency's Orion spacecraft on missions to an asteroid and eventually to Mars, while opening new possibilities for robotic scientific missions to other planets and moons in our solar system. In 2015, NASA completed the Critical Design Review of the SLS vehicle, with final sign-off from agency leadership to move forward on production of flight hardware for the launch vehicle. Engineers at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama along with more than 800 contract companies from across 45 states, continue to make rapid progress aimed toward delivering the first SLS rocket in 2018 to NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida for its first launch.