3D Printed Super Mario Question Mark Block

While planing our 5 month old kid’s room we had to go to IKEA and purchase some new shelfs.
Being a big Super Mario fan I decided to upgrade the shelf with a geeky feel.

I used my recent addiction of learning Fusion 360 to plan some Super Mario question mark blocks.
Which was surprisingly easy and enjoyable I found some example Super Mario typography on google and created the object as closely as I possibly could.

When it came to printing it used my tricked out Creality CR10 Mini 3D printer which I tried to involve in any DIY project I do this days.
The printing settings were very basic as I used 3 top and bottom layers of 0.3mm and 20% infill.













First version of course wasn’t perfect because I didn’t like the edges left behind which could potentially allow my baby to scratch himself, so after some minor .
Second version included allot of Filleting to the edges and came out perfect as see in the image above.

The model is available to download from Thingiverse