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Etsy’s addition of 3D printing to their homemade marketplace has opened all the platform to all sorts of weird and wonderful designs. Roxanne Barrett is one such proponent of 3D printing beautiful products and her 24 inch poseable Onix printed on her MakerBot Replicator 2 and finished by hand with additional wire and elastic. If you fancy having a go at it yourself, the instructions are available on Thigiverse.
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A must for any Poké fan is this Pokéball by Alex Tavares on Thingiverse. Über nerd and YouTube extraordinaire Barnacules Nerdgasm talks you through how he printed and finished his amazing Pokéball in this video.
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Having made one, Classy Goat knows his computer games. So it is apt that he has designed Onix’s armed rock brother. His boulder like structure is perfect for 3D printing. Download it here.
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Pokemon Card Deck Holder
If you’ve caught ‘em all in card form then you’ll need somewhere to store all your playing cards. Jessed’s box on Thingiverse is the perfect dimensions and includes a compartment under the deck to hold counters and a recess in the top to hold the coin that comes with the Kalos starter decks
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Pikachu cookie cutter
No Pokémon collection is complete without its star Pikachu and if you’re in the mood to celebrate the release of Saphire and Ruby on the 3DS how better to celebrate than with some of the cutest Pokémon shaped cookies? Get it here.
The big computer game news today saw the announcement of the latest Pokémon games set to hit the Nintendo 3DS in fall of this year.
Naturally, social media has gone into meltdown when it was announced that rejigged versions of 2003’s hugely popular Saphire and Ruby versions would come out as “Omega Ruby” and “Alpha Sapphire” towards the end of this year.
We thought we’d jump on the bandwagon and celebrate with five amazing Pokémon models you can print at home!