3D printing or additive manufacturing is the “magic” of the future as it allows complete customization of designs. A 3D printer creates three-dimensional objects by depositing materials layer by layer following the object’s digital model.
3D printing technique has combined industries, and the method is advancing towards making it possible to print near to anything you want. It is fun to 3D print toys like train models, fidget spinners, board games, and not the least printing hypnotizing toys.
The lazy engineer has a growing library of hypnotizing designs of 3D printed toys. Their most recent model is a super hit called “Satisfying Hexagons,” and it is hard to believe your eyes while playing with it. On the site description, it’s written that this one is a small geometric toy that is “oddly satisfying to play with.”
This thing also has powers to make you lose your focus. It would work as a desk decoration; however, it surely would distract you from what you’re doing instantly and not knowing for how long.
Its simple to make one if you own a 3D printer, they stated that you’d need four small magnets, ranging from 0.2 inches (6 millimeters) diameter to 0.09 inches (2.5 millimeters) height.
It is not a problem if you have a 3D printer but somehow doesn’t have magnets. You can print the pin at a shorter length and operate it from the top. They stated, while it might not have the same effect, it would “still do the trick.”