I designed this money box a while ago and never really got round to doing anything with it….until now! Seeing the FormLabs contest gave me the motivation I needed to sort this money box out and get it on to instructables. So, why do I deserve a 3D printer? Well, to quote Howard Stark; “I am limited by the technology of my time.” Well, the stuff I have access to anyway… A 3D printer would allow me to take my designs to the next level, I could produce products which use a blend of different processes and techniques to really create something innovative. So if you like my instructable please vote 🙂
So lets begin; I’ve attached all CAD files for you guys to download so you can simply cut out your own parts, alternatively, if you cannot get access to a laser cutter, message me and I would be happy to cut and send you them to you for a small fee (covering materials and postage).
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