Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The problem with functional parts

I've mentioned in the past that there is a defensible position when it comes to useless prints. Last week I replaced a friends e-break button for their '99 Saturn. Here's the thing. Unless you have a '99 Saturn that just happens to have a broken e-break button, this isn't going to excite you. On the other hand, if someone models Pickle Rick everyone is going to flip their lids. Because chances are better that you've seen a few episodes of Rick and Morty than that you have a '99 Saturn with a broken e-break button.
But you know what the best part is? The useful or the useless can coexist in 3D printing. There's enough room for everyone. So even if you don't have a '99 Saturn with a broken e-break button there's still something for you to enjoy there. So enjoy it. 3D printing is awesome.

Now, on a side note, this was my first model made completely in Fustion 360. I'm trying to branch out and I think this was a good one to practice with.

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