EB3Dprints

EB3Dprints where crafting meets technology

Santa Clara, California On Etsy since 2016

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EB3Dprints

EB3Dprints where crafting meets technology

Santa Clara, California | 57 Sales

Announcement    Happy fall everyone! I am excited to be in my own studio and ready to make these holidays 3D! If you need any custom prints please contact me and I will see what I can do.

- Erin Baker

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Last updated on Oct 30, 2020

Happy fall everyone! I am excited to be in my own studio and ready to make these holidays 3D! If you need any custom prints please contact me and I will see what I can do.

- Erin Baker

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About EB3Dprints

Sales 57
On Etsy since 2016

3D Designer and Printing

I started a Wordpress blog about my learning process of 3D printing and crafts. It helped motivate me through my projects and was a great outlet for others to learn with me. I am now on Instagram so stay up to date with new projects by following me!
I hope to inspire everyone to design, make and create!

Shop members

  • Erin Baker

    Owner, Creator

    A self-taught 3D printer who graduated with a BA in electronic media. I have always been interested in digital art and how it interacts with the real world. 3D printing combines everything I love.

  • Greg Baker

    Technical Assistant

    My husband and technical assistant who helps keep the printer running.

  • Opal (feline)

    Assistant

    We are a cat friendly shop and Opal is our feline shop assistant. She spends a fair amount of her time napping in the sun when she has breaks. :3

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Last updated on Jun 14, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

We now take custom orders! Please contact for further information.

Care instructions

Each print is made with PLA plastic, which is a biodegradable thermoplastic made from eco-friendly renewable resources such as corn starch, sugarcane, or tapioca. 

Although PLA is biodegradable (in industrial composting) it is fairly durable but can break from usage overtime like any plastic material. 

The material used is not FDA approved food safe and should not be in direct food contact. 

Some PLA (such as UV reactive) can discolor over time so it is suggested you keep your prints out of direct sun light.

PLA prints are fairly waterproof but overtime possible discoloration and or warping can be caused by exposure to moisture.