Time for a blast from the past! In honor of Steven Colbert taking over the Late Show, I figured it was high time to update the head gears I made of him to the newer screwless version (I always felt bad about putting holes in his head).
I can’t believe it’s been more than four years since the original was on his show (for all of a few seconds). How many of you remember his interview with Bre? Here it is, for old time’s sake: http://www.cc.com/video-clips/yvz8wj/the-colbert-report-bre-pettis
Having been involved from before 3D printing really took off, I can say with confidence that Colbert’s interview was what launched 3D printing into the mainstream press. It’s never been the same since, and I’m glad, especially as this is now my career. Thanks Steven!
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:991257
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