• Little Flash is a Supercapacitor Rover That Charges in 10 Seconds

    Little Flash is a 3d printed robot powered by ultracapacitors. To prevent getting stuck, she uses a bump switch, motor overcurrent detection and random path adjustments. Supercapacitors are intriguing power sources because they can store and release...

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  • PocketPi: Raspberry Pi Pocket-Sized Computer

    PocketPi by  Ramin Assadollahi is powered by the Raspberry Pi Zero W and offers a fantastic truly portable DIY pocket PC. Measuring just 14 x 11 cm the portable Raspberry Pi pocket computer is powered by a...

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  • Nixie Tube Filament Meter for Your 3D Printer

    Nixie tubes are completely outdated, but they still look very cool, which is why makers like to use them to build decorative clocks. Nixie tubes can also be used to display other kinds of information, and this...

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  • 3D Printed Raspberry Pi Case to Create Your All-in-One Computer

    If your next project involve to build an all-in-one computer system using your Raspberry Pi mini PC, for sure you may be interested in a new case published to the Thingiverse website this week. Designed to incorporate...

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  • Zonestar Z6: Affordable and Portable Entry Level 3D Printer

    If your budget is just around $100, Zonestar Z6 3D printer might be perfect to get into the wonderful world of 3d printing. It is currently sold on GearBest for $99.99 plus a few dollars for shipping....

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  • DIY Open Source “Smarch Watch”

    Samson March, an inquisitive Redditor, recently revealed that he built an entire smartwatch from scratch and he shared details of the process down to the smallest minutiae: his creation is named Smarch Watch. I decided sometime last...

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  • Arduino-Based Retro Handheld Console

    TeleBall is a DIY Arduino based retro handheld game console that lets you play BreakOut in single-player mode using one device and Tennis for Two in multi-player mode using two devices communicating via radio. TeleBall is pretty...

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  • Spaghetti Detective: Monitor Your 3D Printer with Machine Learning

    Into 3D printing world, “spaghetti” is the common term for the tangled mess of stringy plastic that’s often the result of a failed print. Fear of their print bed turning into a hot plate of PLA spaghetti...

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  • DIY an Affordable and Funny Robot Dog

    Mike’s Robot Dog is an Arduino-powered robotic pet with a lot of 3d printed parts and features four servo-driven legs, with two-axis shoulder movement, as well as an articulated knee joint. It’s capable of picking itself up...

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  • 3D Printed Sushi: Open Meals is Ready to Revolutionize Food

    Open Meals, an innovative food tech company, sparked interest at last year’s SXSW event for its 3D printed 8-bit sushi, made of vegan ingredients. The food is printed via a robotic arm called the Pixel Food Printer,...

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  • Alfawise W10: Affordable Resin 3D Printer

    Usually 3D printers that use resin and stereolithography apparatus technology (SLA) allow more detailed, yet faster prints, but storing and keeping the liquid resin is a bit more challenging than simply handling filament (FDM 3d printer). Differently from...

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  • The Perfect Gift for Next Valentines Day

    Daren Schwenke’s 3D printed blooming rose embeds a capacitive touch sensor in one of the leaves, which trips an Arduino-controlled actuator that changes the rose’s lighting and causes the petals to splay open or fold closed. These...

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  • Q-Bot: Arduino-Powered Rubik’s Cube Solver

    If you have a Rubik’s Cube lying around your house unsolved, maybe this open source machine might be just the thing. The Q-Bot features six NEMA 17 stepper motors, four of which turn one face at a...

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  • DIY AZSMZ ePaper 2.9″ Mini Weather Station

    If you own a 3d printer and you’re looking for your next weekend project, you may be interested in this cute ePaper mini Weather Station using a AZSMZ Mini 2.9″ complete with 3D printed enclosure. Created by...

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  • DIY Arduino Nano-based Mini Compact Radar

    Created by Mr Innovative, this Arduino based mini radar is capable of detecting objects placed in its line of sight. The 3D-printed console features a small SG90 servo to pan the sensor over a space, picking up...

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  • Google Home, Dead or Alive You’re Coming With Me!

    This small version of the Robocop ED 209 robot has been built by Thingiverse member Johnxp, to perfectly house smaller Google Home device. Thanks to a CR-8S and Ender-3S 3D printer he has 3d printed, after some...

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  • Zobbie: Cute Hackable Pi Zero W Hexapod

    David Pride has taken a Tobbie robot toy and hacked it using some 3D-printed extra parts and a Raspberry Pi Zero. He’s used a ZeroBorg from PiBorg as the motor controller and then 3D-printed a replacement head to house...

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  • DIY Commodore PET Model 8032 Replica

    Thanks to Raspberry pi and 3D Printer you’ll be able to recreate a perfect replica of the iconic Commodore PET model 8032 launched back in 1977. The Commodore PET with the first personal computer sold to the...

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