It has recently come to our attention that a lot of us are into building and fabricating gear, tools, and gadgets of many types. This forum, the first in a group of topics, will cover 3D Printing. What's different about this forum, however, is that it's not limited to Amateur Radio but rather to all topics involving 3D printing for any purpose. So, while you may post a design for a toothbrush holder here, we're really hoping for some useful amateur radio gear. Full disclosure: I recently bought a 3D printer and used it to make small project boxes for some ESP-32 chips and I had so much fun that I had to tell everyone about it. I'll be posting several articles that frankly, don't have much to do with ham radio, aside from the fact that the design and building techniques I'm using are applicable to nearly every activity. My 3D printer is a Crealty 6 that I'm reviewing for our Maker's Corner partner, Gigaparts. They graciously loaned me this great machine to try out and it was my first ever 3D printing experience. I'm really looking forward to reviewing more equipment and seeing and learning about our member's projects. So please feel free to start a new thread and share your 3D experiences with us. Here are a couple of the project boxes that I printed, along with the ESP-32 chips I'm using.