Eagle 3D Printed magnetic key chain holder
Eagle 3D The Eagle is a 3D printed magnetic keyhook designed after the classic art deco gargoyles on top of the Chrysler Building in NYC. The product makes for an easy, aesthetic, and habitual way to suspend keys or other personal effects in plain sight in your entryway or office.
A Neodymium magnet is embedded inside the end of its beak, strong enough to hold up even the heaviest of key-chains. They mount quickly with two small drywall screws (included with purchase), but command strips can work great too if you prefer.
Each one is made with PLA (a plastic derived from corn starch) which can be broken down in industrial composting facilities. The magnet is secured without any adhesive, so once removed, the product is only one biodegradable material.
Shown here in a variety of colors, the eagles are made to order so any color/sheen 3D printing filament comes in is an option — please allow more time for filament not currently in stock. Also reach out with any ideas for personalizations/surface treatments to discuss added costs for.
Also please note that because this product is 3D printed, there will naturally be striations and ridges in the surface, as well as faint marks left by the computer generated ‘toolpath’ where a layer starts/ends. All orders are shipped in reused/re-purposed cardboard boxes for the sake of extending the lifespan of materials. Thanks so much for your business!
Original design & fabrication by Evan Landau
Eagle 3D Printed with iridescent silver PLA filament. Each Eagle takes 8+ hours to print, 1 layer at a time, the process is amazing but, please note that it has its limitations, with today’s technology (at a reasonable cost) the surface of the Eagle is not totally smooth,
|Dimensions||4 × 4 × 4 in|