Check out this 3D design app over at Cubify to design printable Valentine’s for those you love! From Cubify.com:
Valentine’s Day doesn’t need to end after February 14th: Love is in the air any time of year with Cubify Love Note!
Make them, print them, give them. Or create an .stl file and send it to the object of your affection. They won’t know what the secret object is until they print it out… Mystery and anticipation abound!
Send a mystery love token to the ones you love: create a free stl file, send it to them and when they print it, they’ll see the symbol of your devotion. Quick and fun, this sweet token of affection doesn’t have to be just for Valentine’s Day, but can be used any day!
This app produces a Cube print, not SLS or SLA, with the end result able to be sent to print vs. added to the cart.
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