• TrussFormer: Plastic Bottles and 3D Printed Connectors Create Kinetic Structures

    TrussFormer is the outcome of a research performed by Hasso Plattner Institute in Germany and the U.S. which have been working on a way to turn empty bottles into kinetic art. TrussFormer program is an integrated end-to-end software solution...

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  • 3D-Printable Hanging Mount for Raspberry Pi Camera

    Inspired by the excellent coverage of Octoprint and Octolapse, the maker Jeremy S Cook has recently assembled a 3D-printable mount for a Raspi camera, giving him another aiming axis for observing 3D prints. After installing Octoprint and setting it up with my 3D-printer, I needed a...

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  • Solar Boost Bag: the Portable Solar Charger You Might Need

    If you would like to add a solar panel to your favourite backpack or bag you may be interested in a new tutorial published to the Adafruit website detailing how you can boost the power from a...

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  • 6 Axis Open Source Robot: AR2 Hits Kickstarter

    The AR2 6-axis robot is an open source robot platform powered by an Arduino microcontroller. It can currently be 3D printed and build from low cost off the shelf components from online stores such as Amazon, McMaster...

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  • 3D Printed Tiles for Your Favourite Game Now on Kickstarter

    Epic Sci Fi Tiles Kickstarter Campaign will still be going on for over 20 days but  it has reached its original goal in just two days. The company Epic Dungeon Tiles created, and is selling, digital files of...

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  • Customized Bayangtoys X16: the perfect mashup of toy and hobby grade components

    The mashup of toy and hobby grade components is giving rise to the concept of “frankendrones” that combine the low cost of toy hardware with key upgrades from the hobby realm. Quadcopter blogger garagedrone has posted a...

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  • Tina is the new 3d printed Open Biomedical hand!

    Justyna Stasiewicz is a jewelry designer who worked several times modelling in 3D her jewelry creations. Few months ago she had the chance to meet the Open BioMedical Initiative, discovering the opportunity to help people in need...

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