An electronics enclosure design, printing on a Prusa i3 MK2. Other printers i've used are the Printbot Simple Metal, LULZBOT Mini, and Creality Ender 3.
Two attempts at making a 3d printable FSAE-style racecar. This was also a printing challange, forcing the use of supports stable enough but also flimsy enough to be broken off without breaking the thin tubes. This was also an exercise in Solidworks Surfacing.
This was a full modeling project - with help of pictures, the modeling of a Toyota Pickup (1994). The print had some issues near the front.
An easy-release solution for the charging connector of an electric car. It is essentially a large thread, that allows release with rotation instead of pulling.
3D printed attachments for a linear potentiometer
Spool rollers.
Screwed together using M2 countersink screws, threaded into the plastic.
A "Generative Design" exercise in Fusion 360. Printed in PLA.
A soldering iron stand, - desk mount. M4 screw tapped into the plastic. Worked fairly well, but the transparent PLA I used does not look very good in photos.
A leaf spring setup was designed. Some additional mounting holes were put in for future additions to the project.
The tailgate does open and close, on a pop into place hinge setup - no screws. The cabin and bed are screwed together, with screws tapping into the plastic.
A Generative design phone stand design, in Fusion 360.
3D Printing Designs

Both design for 3d Printing (and the printing outsourced) and printer operation. I have worked with a Printbot Simple Metal, Prusa i3 MK3, and an Ender 3 - inluding complete calibration and 200+ print hours. PLA, PETG, TPU/TPE, and ABS.

Ariel Gil
mr Toronto, Canada