Golf-In-Miniature is a project created by Matt Underwood, the designer of Vision 3D printer. Vision 3D printer is an optimized RepRap LM8UU Linear Bearing Prusa Mendel produced using precision CNC machines and designed to be a quick build and customizable 3D printer. This 3D printer project was listed on Kickstarter and has successfully raised its funding goal 5 days ago.
Golf-In-Miniature is printable and playable miniature Golf. Matt says, this is the World's first 3D printable 18 hole Golf course for Your Desktop. They were designed to be played and 3D printed with just a 0.5mm nozzle, 0.3mm layer height, and 60 to 150mm/s. And it also comes with its own scorecard.
Matt has uploaded the first 9 holes on Thingiverse and you can download and 3d-print your own 9 Hole Golf Course. It is designed to be a 18 hole golf course so more files could be expected. This is a great way of learning 3D modeling, printing and building a cool project for your own.
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