from Wooden Racket from Mario Tennis Aces by @DethKake3D
by Noe Ruiz
Robyn Schmit shared on Thingiverse:
Once we saw this racket in Mario Tennis Aces we just knew it had to be 3D printed. It was really hard as there is not a flat picture of this racket anywhere on the internet (that we could find) The sketch in Fusion 360 was made by using a tiny screen shot from the game after winning a match. The gears do turn by hand.
When we printed it we only had one shade of “brown” so we took so liberties with the colors on the gear.
Hope you enjoy and dont forget to tip makers!
Images by DethKake3D
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Original article: Wooden Racket from Mario Tennis Aces by @DethKake3D