3D Printing Setup

I am fascinated with 3D printing and am interested in making mathematical puzzles using that process, along with models that illustrate my research interests. I primarily use Autodesk Fusion 360 to design functional models and use Mathematica to generate mathematical models. I have also have experience with OpenSCAD for model design. My current printer is a Voron CoreXY V2.1.​

My Thingiverse page contains some models I have designed. George Hart has created many mathematical puzzle designs capable of being 3D printed. Laura Taalman has designed printable versions of some cube puzzles, and Jürgen Köller has mathematical information about those classes of cube of puzzles.