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There’s something wrong with my Kit-kat.

June 24, 2019 ·

3D print tray came out like a fossilized Kit-Kat bar, sort of.

I was trying to 3D print a funky little bin, with those bars on the SIDE, but it kept printing layer after layer. I got tired of waiting for it to start in on the walls. The result was something you might find behind an old vending machine.

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