To date, designer PrettySmallThings might have received more attention for her scale models, but her 3D printed purses (check out this great chainmail clutch!) are also quite inspired both as objects and as design solutions!
From her writeup on Thingiverse:
Another design in my pursuit of 3d printed purses – though this one serves equally well as a pencil case.
It’s a quick print, a sleek design, and functional to boot. The zip top closure makes a satisfying zippy noise, and holds everything closed nicely. Kudos to gabielfp’s awesome roll top box and emmett’s bracelet that served as my inspiration.
Check out Thingiverse Thing #33765.
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