Lilykill - Daniel Lilygreen

Mechanical Engineer and Designer

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A driven and self motivated individual that is able to turn my hand to new challenges. Always look at ways to better myself through continuous improvement through education or practical experience so that I become a more knowledgeable individual.  

 

I have greatly improved my personal  knowledge through self education and involvement in 3D printing and am always challenging myself for more complex and ambitious projects.

To create unique models of movie and video game items for the purpose of domestic FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)  3D printing.

 

Current work has includes posable action figures, several wearble helmets, functional historical weapon replicas.

A qualified SolidWorks professional with over 6year of mechanical design within the steel industry of the UK. Proficiancy in both 3D and 2D CAD packages like Siemans NX, Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD.

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CSWA_FEA CSWP_Drawing CSWP_MD CSWP_Weldments CSWP_Surfacing Solidworks Blog - Solidworks Meets Cosplay with Fallout 4 Solidworks Blog - Solidworks Meets Star Wars 3der.org - Create a 3D printed 18" tall Titanfall Atlas Mech action figure Technabob.com - 3D Printed Fallout Power Armor Helmet: Science! Gamesradar.com - Make your own Fallout Power Armor helmet Microfabricator - 23 Stunning Fallout Props to 3D Print 3ders.org - 3D Print Your Own Ball Droid From Star Wars The Force Awakens Techcrunch.com - This 3D Printed Star Wars Ball Bot is Ready to Awkwardly Co-Pilot Your X-Wing Avclub.com - Now You Can 3D Print Your Own Ball Droid Star War Gizmodo.com - You Can Already 3D Print Yourself a Copy of That Star Wars Ball Droid 3dprint.com - Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens – Fan 3D Models a 3D Printable Ball Droid