Showing posts from February 9, 2020

Curtain Rail Shim

A very exciting shim for one of our curtain rails now. It's functional and also good practice in 3D modelling. I printed the cone point down so that I didn't need any support material for the overhang. It's a fine tip so ensuring good adhesion to the bed was very important, I used a skirt instead of a brim for this one.

Mass Customisation

Something that always stuck with me during my various business studies classes was this idea of 'mass customisation'. The juxtaposition of the two terms definitely stuck in my mind and I was reminded of it today while making the next batch of these spell slot trays . I don't mind which colour the wood gets stained, which font goes on the top or even what scale the trays are (because normal dice only come in a small range of sizes). I can make a quick adjustment to the design in under a minute, cut a tray out in similar time and each person gets something that is custom to them but still 'mass' produced by me. In general I have a bunch of escape room work completed which I'm keen to post up here (with obscure photos) I just need to get clearance first. Then I've got some ranges of boxes with artwork to share while I'm working on the next projects.