3D Print Your Thanksgiving

With the calendar days racing past and the inevitable charge toward this year’s end continues, the holidays give us a time to take a step back and maybe focus a little more on fun than on work. With this in mind, we scoured the internet to bring you some of our favorite Thanksgiving ideas for that extra time off in your schedule.

Do you have your own 3D Printer at home? We were impressed by the breadth of 3D Printed Thanksgiving decorations available on Thingiverse, including this elaborate and decorative centerpiece.

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Thingiverse

Or maybe you just want to keep things simple, like not arguing with that cousin from out of town over whose kids will be the one to break the wishbone. Print a few extra so all of the kids, and the grown kids, will have the opportunity to pull an end of this wishbone this year. Seems easier than baking 10 turkeys, at least!

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And don’t forget the baker in your family. A turkey cookie cutter might be a fun surprise, and win you favor when it comes to that last slice of pumpkin pie on the table…

Thingiverse

Thingiverse

For that one family member who just doesn’t want to go home, telling you “I’ll need a wheelbarrow to roll me out”, you may have to forego the 3D printing and just reach for whatever is handy! Check out this wheelbarrow on Make that Alfonso made for his son to find a little inspiration.

Make: by Laura Cochrane

Make: by Laura Cochrane

From all of us at MISUMI, have a wonderful and safe holiday weekend!

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  1. Lewis Icely

    January 31, 2020 at 4:47 am

    It’s going to be ending of mine day, but before ending I am reading this wonderful post to improve my
    knowledge.

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