Adam, who is always coming up with ideas to interest (or distract) us all, recently 3D printed a golf ball and head of a golf club. With his newly printed creations he thought, why not in my spare time play a little office mini golf? So that’s exactly what he did. Using his office surroundings and some of the many 3D printed objects we keep on hand, he created obstacles for two different holes to play on. He used a giant rook, teapots, a baby Iron Man, a planter for the hole, and even a Cube and a Cube plate to create a ramp!
Take a look at the videos to see Adam’s creative courses and watch him hit a hole in one as well as our interns luckily captured footage of his hole in one too!