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* [https://www.carrlane.com/ Carr Lane], another resource for hardware and knobs, '''with native .stl support'''. (e.g. [https://www.carrlane.com/catalog/index.cfm/index.cfm?FuseAction=PartCheck&Product_ID=127&pn=CL-440-TPK here]. Click "CAD Downloads" and choose "STL" from the drop down.
 
* [https://www.carrlane.com/ Carr Lane], another resource for hardware and knobs, '''with native .stl support'''. (e.g. [https://www.carrlane.com/catalog/index.cfm/index.cfm?FuseAction=PartCheck&Product_ID=127&pn=CL-440-TPK here]. Click "CAD Downloads" and choose "STL" from the drop down.
  
==CNC Mill/Laser Projects==
 
* [https://obrary.com/ Obrary]
 
 
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[[Category:3D Printing]]

Latest revision as of 20:35, 8 October 2019

These are resources tested by the TSAS community. If a source you've used isn't on here, feel free to add it!

  • Thingiverse
  • YouMagine
  • MyMiniFactory
  • NIH 3D Print Exchange the National Institute of Health has a large number of models of human anatomy, organisms, molecules, proteins, and labware.
  • MorphoSource, from Duke University contains 3d morphological data sets.
  • 3D Content Central has many CAD models for bearings, flanges, gears, hardware, etc.
  • McMaster-Carr is a great resource for spacers, hardware, and gears.
  • Carr Lane, another resource for hardware and knobs, with native .stl support. (e.g. here. Click "CAD Downloads" and choose "STL" from the drop down.