Ultimaker Releases the ‘Office Golf Set’ 3D Printable Files

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MakerBot has been doing it for a while now. They commonly release interesting, entertaining, and intriguing designs on Thingiverse for people to download and 3D print. It now seems as though Ultimaker, another one of the large at-home 3D printer manufacturers, is starting to do the same thing.

Ultimaker just released designs for a really cool ‘Office Golf Set’ to YouMagine, for anyone to download free of charge. It isn’t often that you see free designs for things that are as entertaining and fun as this.

The ‘Office Golf Set’ includes 13 different objects, all downloadable in .STL format. Included are:
– A golf club
– A golf ball (printed in 2 halves)
– A golf hole with flag
– Several accessories and obstacles, including a bridge, a curved obstacle, a loop, a flat wall, a curved wall, and a tunnel.

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The print time for the entire set is approximately 51 1/2 hours. What do you think? Will you try and print these out? Discuss on the Ultimaker ‘Office Golf Set’ at 3DPB.com

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