Below you’ll find .STL files that are ready to be 3D Printed. I’ll be adding new files here each month so be sure to bookmark the page and come back often!
Many of the files are for free and some models are for a small fee which helps to keep this website up and running along all of the free resources. You can name a fair price for the free models if you’d like to throw a few bucks my way to show your support.
Licensing: Files provided are not to be distributed or uploaded to any other platforms and are for non-commercial use only. To inquire about licensing please contact me.
3D Models Currently Available
Cookie Cutter (.stl file)
This 3D Printable Cookie Cutter of Kevin Kennedy’s face is designed to cut out the best cookies you’ll ever eat. Kidding aside, this is a great way to test custom cookie cutters, before you spend the time to create your very own.Download .stl file
Painter’s Tripod (.stl file)
This 3D Printable Painter’s Tripod is designed to support a painted item above the work surface. This encourages less mess, an easier paint job, and simplified cleanup.Download .stl file
Shoe Horn (.stl file)
This 3D Printable Shoe Horn so that a person can slide their heel easily along its basin to the inner sole of their shoe. A shoehorn or shoe horn is a tool with a short handle that flares into a longer spoon-like head meant to be held against the inside back of a snug-fitting shoe.
Optional: Place a string through the hole at the top so the shoe horn can be hung in a closet or entryway.Download .stl file
Parametric Hinged Box (.stl and Fusion 360 file)
This Parametric and 3D Printable box is a great starter project for those new to 3D Printing. Impress your friends with this print in place hinge that doesn’t require supports.Download .stl and .f3d file
One-Hand Book Holder
This 3D Printable One-Hand Book Holder is designed to keep the pages back. This takes away the pressure/stress from your fingers. The perfect small gift for book lovers.Download .stl file
Where do I find the beer bottle for lesson 2
All of the reference images and demo files for the 30-Days course can be found here – https://productdesignonline.com/fusion-360/
Here’s the direct link to the beer bottle – https://productdesignonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/beer-bottle-png-product-design-online.png
Cheers, Kevin 🙂