[MUSIC] So a company called Goo’s nest, asked me if I’d like to borrow a 3d printer and I thought it would be a pretty cool idea to see how long it would take me to learn how to use it and print off something cool. This is day one hour zero. If you follow this channel, you might be aware that. I actually have a degree in engineering, but I have never used card to produce a real-life model. Nothing I have ever made on. The computer has ever been reproduced in real life in any form. So all I want for the milestone for this one is to just make something in the card that I can print and is actually useful, all right. I need some card software, best card software, one looking foe’s best free card on ship. It’s the one to try free card software. Let’s learn on shade. I’m gonna learn how to use this card software that I’ve never used before by using these videos. So yeah, this is just me am watching videos for a while last night. I watched a couple of videos made by on shape about their CAD software and gotta say it’s pretty easy and intuitive to understand the fundamentals of drawing in any CAD software are basically all the same. First you make a sketch in two dimensions. You can extrude the sketch and you can project that sketch in three dimensions. The basic premise is sketch in 2d and extrude into 3d and you can remove material in the same way. I’ve had an idea for the first part that I want to try and print awhile back. I got this and Gimbal. And this gimbal is for a smartphone. It fits in there and it’s stabilizer your shots, but I think if I made an adapter for the Gopro, I could make it fit in there Because basically, the Gopro is too small. All I need is a housing for the Gopro and I’ll fit in there quite nicely, So after getting to grips was on shape, I went ahead and created a super simple part for housing, the Gopro, it’s basically just an extruded rectangle with a cutout and some corners to hold it in place. I mocked up a model Gopro non ship and made an assembly to check of it all fit together. This is all really basic stuff, and anyone could learn this very quickly. Alright, that’s me drawing my office there partly. I’m gonna print so all I need to do now is save the card model to an SD card and then plug it into the printer and just hit print and apparently it should just come out like that. [MUSIC] So after removing the brim off the part, I quickly realized that by using exact dimensions of the Gopro that it would be too tight to fit in the housing. I tried sanding it down before realizing I could just add some clearance and crunch off again. [MUSIC] And hey, presto, it works perfectly [Music]! I went ahead and printed off a bunch more stuff, too. And land a few things. Beggar is better! Small details are pretty difficult to print orientation of the parcel matters. I should have printed this piece flat rather than upright that would prevent all the layers merging together when printing this Xbox stand. I realized that overhangs will fail unless you add supports on the print software. Check out this totes adorb’s, Pandora charm. I made for my mom. Those things that are total ripoff anyway. I’m really, really happy that. I’ve learned how to make something super simple. That is actually useful to me now. It’s time to make something a little bit more explosive. Kinda looks like a nice is finished. Oh, my god, that looks sick. [MUSIC] [Music] [Applause] [Music] holy cow. So I think you can get it. Look, there’s the nose! Koike, be yeah. Izumo, huh? Let’s do it. [MUSIC] I can take money to get by. This episode of language is proudly sponsored by audible. If you’ve never listened to audio books before. Trust me and give it a go. It can make mundane tasks like commuting and traveling and doing the washing-up so much more interesting this week while waiting for this to print. I was listening to Kim. Stanley Robinson’s red Mars the first and a trilogy all about the colonization of Mars. The attention to detail and storyline is absolutely captivating. Highly recommended right now. Audible is offering viewers of the Channel, a free 30-day trial, which includes an audio book of your choice and there are tens of thousands to choose from. Just go to audiblecom for slash. Mike Boyd, to get started that let’s audible know. You came from here, which helps out the channel. So that’s audiblecom. Forward slash. Mike Boyd to get a 30-day free trial, which includes a free audiobook. Thank you very much for watching, and I’ll see you on the next episode of Land Price [Music].