| Jun 12, 2014
Who needs a laser cutter? With Cricut Explore's precision, you can get near laser-like results. Most people that geek out over laser cutters, also geek out over 3D printed objects. And while some might say that the Cricut Explore rivals the benefits of a 3D printer-- we thought it was time to introduce the world to what we affectionately call "2.5D" projects.
We are incredibly proud and somewhat giddy to announce
that Autodesk 123D has partnered with Cricut
to bring a series of easy-to-assemble 3D DIY projects
to Makers and Crafters of any size, both of project and creator.
Think blasting 3D rocket ships to teeny tiny dinosaurs and even a super-cool smartphone stands, these projects are sure to "delight and entertain boys and girls of all ages whether you’re 5 or 50!" All you need to get started is your favorite Cricut Explore™ electronic cutting machine, the free online Cricut Design Space™ software, and off-the-shelf poster board from any store!
Think of the color
possibilities when you add paint, glitter or even texture to the poster board. We can see so many great gift ideas being made from these projects-- as well as memories for years to come of building cool things you never dreamed possible with your Cricut alone!
The first 8 projects are pictured below, clicking on them will take you to their respective project pages. If you already own a Cricut Explore, load up the poster board and start cutting! The smartphone stand will make a great Fathers' Day present!
Want more easy as 1-2-3 projects? Make sure to keep checking back here, Autodesk 123D's Blog, and Autodesk Projects Page for even more!