[MUSIC] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music]. Hey, what is up? My name is digital hourglass. And I’m so sorry that I haven’t gotten around to showing you my three creations on my 3d printer. So here we go, what’s going on here is just a test print, Which is a rectangular prism, and as you know or the tops aren’t very interesting or are they? I just want to quickly show you this cool spiral skeleton vase that I made for my mom to store some of her makeup brushes, and and I think this is a really cool model and I enjoyed 3d printing IT [Music] system, which is 1 to 5 billion scale. So this is my favorite 3d printed creation out of every single one I’ve ever made, and here’s Mercury, Venus Earth and the moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and sadly, No Pluto. Well, you could probably count. This is Pluto [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music]. So check this out, guys! It turned out great. All you have to do is the tear off. These little supports and the base. We should be good to go so now. I’m going to print a cylindrical Earth Pen Holder cap this [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music]. So guys check this out! This thing took 8 hours to print, and I am so impressed on how this turned out. So I’m just gonna try to pry it off of here. Look at that! I’m just gonna let the results speak for itself. So what I’m gonna use this for is to hold one stylus, so here’s. The finished result just colored with a plain old blue sharp. Let think it’s just a minor advancement but still. I think it looks really cool. You can see the inside, honestly. I think it heats a little bit more clean up and that purple shine to it just makes a love beautiful, and it even looks pixely, which makes it look retro, and I just love it [Music].