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This is a 3D printed enclosure for the TinyDuino Wi-Fi Door Sensor.
I enjoy the opportunities 3D printing gives you to disguise electronics projects as anything. It's never been easier to create objects in sophisticated forms. Lately I've been thinking about how to use 3D printed parts in my home. I don't want the parts to look like a piece of technology, they should blend into the overall style of the home. I'm really hoping to win a 3D printer so that I can try things like this modular shelf/room divider.
The Fleur-de-lis fits best in a classically furnished house, but it can also work in a minimalist setting because then it has lots of space around it to breathe. Some people are taking classical shapes like mouldings and painting them in highly contrasting colors these days.
Here you can download and print the 3D model: