About Us

We are

A couple of life partners who like to design, like fun things, and like to share our creations with others.

We design, prototype, and print all of our things from our home.


An engineer

Likes functional and colorful things

Design software of choice:

Blender, Shapr3D


An engineer

Likes mechanics, sketching, and drawing

Design software of choice:

OnShape, Shapr3D, Blender


We make our prints and prototypes at home.

Flashforge Adventurer 3

150 mm x 150 mm x 150 mm build plate

Gotten as a birthday gift for her, this was a plug-and-play starter machine. Test print was done 15 minutes after unboxing and came with camera, network printing, easy leveling, and a fan. This printer is still currently in use, perfect for smaller prints.

Bambu Lab P1S

256 mm x 256 mm x 256 mm build plate

We decided that need a bigger build plate than our Flashforge’s. The faster print capability is nice, too. We didn’t order AMS with it but would be open to it in the future. We’d like to keep our filament waste down and are interested in making parts that are smarter for assembly for single-color machines instead of utilizing the AMS.

Things We Use


We use mostly PLA or PLA+ currently, to keep our home safe. We created the Filaments page where we list all we used and what we think about them.

Build Plate Glue

This is mostly used for our Flashforge Adventurer 3 when we have larger prints. We really like Elmer’s Washable School Glue Sticks. They washes off with hand- / dish soap and water, on both the build plate and the models.

PLA Glue

We like using Loctite Super Glue Easy Squeeze Gel, 0.14oz, especially it has a rather small applicator that allows detail targeting.

Crafting Tools

To remove leftover support or artifacts from the non-flexible build plate, we use multiple things such as a crafting heat gun, a picking tool, and a plastic scraper. The crafting heat gun can also be used to remove strings on the models if we have any.

Licenses of Our Models

We like simplicity. We offer models with free private use, or paid commercial.


Private Use

Published on Thingiverse and Cults3D.

  • Share: copy, distribute and communicate the material by any means and in any format.
  • Adapt: remix, transform and create from the material for any use.

  • Share or adapt without attribution
  • Share or adapt under different conditions
  • Use commercially


Commercial Use

No subscription. No Patreon, no monthly payments.

Pay once via purchase on Cults3D, and occasionally Etsy.

You can:

  • Distribute 3D prints for any use, including commercial, in unlimited quantities.

You cannot:

  • Share your 3D prints without attribution.
  • Adapt or modify the 3D model
  • Distribute or resale the 3D model file(s).

Since we started, we have won some badges from Cults3D.

One of them is the “Selected Designer” badge.