Oakland, California (PRWEB) July 01, 2013
Since 2006, independent software designer Mark S. Morris has been working on PhotoUpLink® for various platforms, first for Mac and Windows then for iPhone, allowing multiple photos to be conveniently uploaded by iPhone users to Tumblr photosets, Facebook albums, FTP sites and email attachments. Now, Morris has added to his repertoire by creating a 3D printed picture frame. Christened by the creator as the PhotoUpLink Picture Frame, users can download the files and print it themselves to serve as frames for their favorite photographs. Even in the modern, digital age, no photograph is quite complete unless it is set within a picture frame.
Morris’ PhotoUpLink Picture Frame is an answer for those who are always looking for that perfect picture frame to store their most memorable photographs - now both the frame and photo can be printed at home. The picture frame will hold one wallet size 3” x 2” photo print. This frame size is built for compatibility with most 3D printers for personal use, and has been extensively tested to be home 3D printable with ABS, PLA and even wood FDM filament types. The frame files include desk stands for landscape or portrait photo orientation, and it 3D prints with rear holes for wall hanging.
The PhotoUpLink Picture Frame is a free download available now on MakerBot Thingiverse, the largest collection of downloadable digital designs for making physical objects. The frame can also be purchased with no logo as a 3D print in a variety of materials including color plastics, ceramics, sandstone or metals, then shipped to your door. Visit the PhotoUpLink picture frame collection on Thingiverse to download the files or order a print:
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