RightCastle

Salt Lake, Utah · 166 Sales

RightCastle

Salt Lake, Utah 166 Sales On Etsy since 2015

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Note from shop owner Store will probably be back eventually. I've loved helping other brides, and really appreciate all of the customers we've had over the past year. You guys were amazing!

However, with some changes at work and the ramp ups in order numbers the on demand bit has just been a little too stressful for me, and I want this to be fun again.

We have two remaining orders of on demand items that will still be going out. I'll probably come back to the shop with pre-made items in June. Maybe sooner. We'll see! <3

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jan 20, 2017

Store will probably be back eventually. I've loved helping other brides, and really appreciate all of the customers we've had over the past year. You guys were amazing!

However, with some changes at work and the ramp ups in order numbers the on demand bit has just been a little too stressful for me, and I want this to be fun again.

We have two remaining orders of on demand items that will still be going out. I'll probably come back to the shop with pre-made items in June. Maybe sooner. We'll see! <3

Shaunty McMillin

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Shaunty McMillin

Reviews

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Melanie Fulbright

Melanie Fulbright on Oct 21, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Perfect! So light, easy to add the fairy berries, and they interlock on their wings...!! It's going to be beautiful on our wedding cake!! Thank you so much!!

Jonathan Yarbrough

Jonathan Yarbrough on Aug 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

As a Legend of Zelda fan, I'm thrilled to have these as a part of my wedding.

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About

3D Printing and Wedding Crafts

WHY WE DO IT

First, being a Geek is Cool. It means being passionate about expression, and loving whatever dom you're in because you can't help it. We're so passionate about games and stories in them that we've actually chosen Zelda as our wedding theme(we'll be married this fall!) This means a lot of DIY and customization between now and then, and for most of those crafts it'll be just as easy to make a dozen as it will be to make two, and we know that there are others out there, *at least* as awesome as we are. So we figure if we make extras, we should probably share.

We're also pretty passionate about the future, and one very significant portion of it is already here: Replicators. Sure they aren't as fancy, and they can't make a chocolate sundae yet(sorry Diana), but 3D printers are nothing if not rudimentary replicators. And we want to help them spread. So we're helping make models that will make them more useful to others, and we're helping people figure out how they could use one of their own.

Sadly, 3D printing still requires a bit of skill and some major up front investment($1300 printer, $50+ tools, $120+ filament), and we know that some people aren't ready for that commitment, but still want to be able to buy the cool things(bulbasaur planter, anyone?) that can be made on a printer at reasonable prices. So if you have your own printer, all of the models in our store are available for you to print yourself, link to the thingiverse files is always included in the listing...and if you don't, well, let us know what you want to have printed. We'll get it worked out. :)

HOW IT'S DONE

The crafts themselves vary, but we'll be doing blog posts about each of them for anyone who wants to diy it or really make it their own. Just see the listing, links will be included.

As for the printing, the workflow is pretty simple. Find/Make a model, open it in either RepG or Simplify3D, generate gcode, save to SD Card, put in printer, load correct filament and hit print. Once it's printed we have a variety of post processing techniques, depending on the item. They vary from support removal to filling holes. We'll also have a series of blog posts on getting started 3D printing in the very near future.

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Shop members

  • Shaunty McMillin

    Owner, Maker, Customer Service

    The lady of the Right Castle, I handle working with customers to select new things to print, and pushing that ever so important "print" button. I also do most of the post processing work, and write the blog posts.

  • Wynn McMillin

    Designer, Photographer, 3D Modeler

    The awesome dude behind all of the models that we make ourselves. He's the real talent in this organization. <3

Shop policies

Last updated on January 20, 2016

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Shipping
We use Etsys calculated shipping to figure out what the shipping charges will be. Unfortunately it doesn't work great when it comes to ordering multiples of things. If you need to order a lot of something(like say, 10 deku shields) please contact us directly and we'll get you a custom listing with a much more reasonable shipping charge!