The Whispering Forest

MarbleWand: A Marble-Run in your Hand!

A project in Seattle, WA by 3DBuildBarn

Cancelled by Creator

A neat fidget toy with marbles that roll down a helical path when tilted up and down. STL Files | Physical Product
Backers: 3
Average Pledge Per Backer: $4

Funded: $13 of $4,500
Dates: Nov 8th -> Dec 6th (29 days)
Project By: 3DBuildBarn
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November 15th - via:
Unfortunately, it does not look like this campaign is going to get funded. To my few backers that believed in this project: THANK YOU! It’s great to know people wanted to 3D print this! I’m going to give myself some time to reassess how to launch... (Read More)

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