Downloading a model from Thingiverse and printing in different colors is fun by also limiting. However, the real power of 3d printing for home and business is the ability to customize objects on-demand quickly and easily.

In the following video, I'll teach you how to 3d print a phone case, downloaded from Thingiverse and then customized with Tinkercad.  In addition I would show you how to fix SVG images that Tinkercad refuses to import so you can import them successfully.

We're going to use three programs to do this; Thingiverse to find a model, Tinkercad to modify the model, and Gravit to make our model suitable for Tinkercad.

Let's learn something together!