Thermaltake’s New 3DMakers Website Features 3D-printable Accessories for its PC Cases
Thermaltake, makers of PC cases designs, power supplies and cooling solutions, have launched a new webpage, called 3DMakers, that features printable 3D models of accessories for its cases, designed by the company, and by members of the modding community. According to the Taiwan-based company, all the 3d models are free to download and print for anyone who wants to customize their own build.
The first set of available accessories are designed for Thermaltake’s Core P5 chassis, that includes a range of fan brackets, optical drive bays of varying sizes, and LED strip holders. Additionally, there are laser engraving templates of Thermaltake’s logo for you to engrave on the side panel of your Core P5.
Thermaltake said it plans on adding more PC-related components to the 3DMakers webpage, though it didn’t mention any specific timeframe for that. For now, you can submit your own designs to be hosted on 3DMakers, but make sure you adhere to their four core values: Excellent Quality, Unique Design, Diverse Combinations, and Boundless Creativity. Otherwise, your content can’t make it to the website.
In addition to hosting 3D models, 3DMakers will also be a platform for modders and DIY enthusiasts where they can share images and videos of their case mod projects.
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