Me & My FabLab: 3D printing Photo Frame Holder

My quest in the fablab continues. Today my challenge was to create a photo frame holder for a printed photo on plexiglas.

First I was looking for inspiration and decided that our love for cats could by used for it, as the photo frame holder is going to be designed for a special place.

So I searched for a 3D printed cat on Tinkercad and used it in my design.


Followed by how to make my photo frame holder, I choose to make an angle of 11 degrees, so the photo will have a slight angle.

I copied the cats, two I mirrored so they look to the other site and put them 'in' the holder.


Followed by grouping them and the result in Tinkercad likes this:



Now my design is ready for the 3D printer:

And the result is:

More photos coming up next week, when the photo on the plexiglas is ready to put in the photo frame holder! You can download the design on Tinkercad.

Did you see my previous posts of Me & My Fablab?

Me & My FabLab - Laser Engraved Marshmallows

Me & My FabLab - 3D printing a bracelet.

Me & My FabLab - 3D printing keyring including a short film!

Me & My FabLab the introduction!


Do you like to learn this too? Come join me at FabLab Zoetermeer.
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