Spain-based BCN3D Technologies wanted to recreate the SNES version of Rainbow Road for Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the franchise. So, a team of two engineers and ten employees used their own 3D printing machines to build a 4,000 piece track that spans 16.4-feet long (5-meters). For anyone who has their own 3D printer, the company filmed a short video detailing the process, and it’s a lot more interesting than using random objects to build a course. Read more for the clip and additional information.
Don’t know how Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit works? Simply put, it requires players to use real-life objects to build stages before racing opponents. Each bundle includes a motorized toy car equipped with a camera that moves in accordance with the player’s input on the Nintendo Switch. Several Mario Kart items are included in the game, which, when hit, will slow down the player. It supports up to 4-players locally, or you can just play against the AI solo.
- Resume Printing Function: Ender 3 has the ability to resume printing even after a power outage or lapse occurs.
- Easy and Qucik Assembly: It comes with several assembled parts, you only need about 2 hours to assemble 20 nuts well.
- Advanced Extruder Technology: Upgraded extruder greatly reduces plugging risk and bad extrustion; V-shape with POM wheels make it move noiseless, smoothly and durable.
- Safety Protected Power Supply: Only needs 5 minutes for hot bed to reach 110℃.
- Strict Test: Strict testing for key components before delivery and life-time technical supports available.