3D milling in plastics

A small collection of the drawing and milling work I did in the last period for several different clients. Most of these models are going to be used for sand molding and cast in metal at different foundries.


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Enerpac JS250

Another great project for Enerpac together with Protorq3D This time I needed to make a production drawing ready for 3D printing on a 1:25 scale. Also this model is fully functional carry on »

Enerpac MBL600

Together with Dennis Carty from Protorq3D, I designed and printed the MBL600 cantry from Enerpac. Enerpac wanted a scale model of the cantry to give carry on »


  Check out my Thingiverse account for some free to download 3D printable models.  


Huka Oldenzaal asked to have a model made from one of their special bikes to give to the parents of a boy who used this carry on »


For Karsten Adviesbureau I delivered the 3D drawings to fabricate the Collectorpan, a new and innovative kind of solar-panel. The nice thing about this solar-panel carry on »

Twentse Ros

Made this thing for promotional purposes, it’s the heraldic motif Saxon Steed. A lot local companies and the soccer club FC Twente use it in their carry on »


My dad used to make these for us from wooden balls when we were kids, but we got 3D printers now so this is a carry on »


Why not, seeing the Ape and Turtle are liked I thought I’d have another go at creating a zoo. After printing the support should snap carry on »


I like it a lot to creating something movable that you can print pre-assembled, so I made a little friend for the Ape figurine.  Feel carry on »


After seeing a lot of movable hands and figurines on Thingiverse, I decided to have a go at it myself. The problem was that most carry on »

Roll Top Box

After seeing something similar I designed this small roll top box to 3D print, it became a nice little gadget that works really well. If carry on »