On our Prusa i3 MK3S, this prints in about 90 mins. We printed it in Fillamentum CPE Morning Sun (because we’re testing out some polycarbonate for a feature next month), but it prints equally well in PLA, and should work in most plastics.
Once printed, the parts snap out of place. You can put this together with no tools, but flush cutters, or a sharp knife, let you trim off any residual plastic from the break. There’s a PDF of instructions for assembly as there are quite a few steps – it’s not particularly complicated, but if you tried to do it without these, you’d probably struggle.
We’ve had great fun with this and other 3D-printable kit cards over the years. As winter approaches with all its various festivals, it’s a great time to share your maker skills with those you love, especially as we may not be able to spend as much time with people as we’d like this year.
A fun way of sharing your 3D printing with friends.