Mushroom Lights

I wanted to share this version of the mushroom lights created by Michel Serra. He used my 3D model for the mushroom caps, and got funky with it, adding a lot of color to the mix!

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Michel shared some great progress photos as well. That's always great to see.

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Thanks for sharing Michel! If you haven't seen my tutorial video, check it out here : 

Topographic Puzzles

Hey guys, check out these great Topographic Puzzles created by some awesome fans!


Reddit user kgndk made a puzzle out of the island of Elba. The organic border is a really fun twist on the idea!

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Reddit user Kendrome made this fantastic puzzle of Telluride, Colorado. Using wood filament and staining the parts really elevated it to the next level! I personally like Hatchbox Wood Filament for it's tone and ease of printing.

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Sasha (@Sokailu3D on Twitter) spent 200 hours printing this giant puzzle! I'm really liking the light grey filament with the wooden frame.

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I'll keep adding fan puzzles here, so submit yours to the MACN subreddit to be featured!

Gear Ring and Candles by Neil Sawhney

MACN member /u/NeilSawhney has some pretty great 3D printing projects that I've got to share!

Check out this Make Anything candle make from a 3D printed mold! He forgot to mirror the text on the mold, but that's how you learn (I've made the very same mistake with T-shirt iron-ons)!

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Keep up the great work Neil, and thanks for sharing! You can find more on this website Neil put together.

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