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Here we show off all the things we have made and you might like to make too, or things we have found that we want to make next. It might be a file from Thingiverse that you might want to 3d print, a nifty laser cut design, or a cool cosplay prop paint job.
Previously I mentioned my Chinese K40 40w laser and how I was planning some upgrades. This is the first follow up – this weekend I fitted a couple of them and did some test cuts! Smoothie board replacement for the main GRBL controller board Activated Carbon filter Lightburn software Can the upgraded machine achieve USA […]
Can I replace my 2012 iMac with a DIY PC that is at least as powerful? Can I do it for less than a new iMac would cost me? Will it run MacOSX?
Recently I have come around to really enjoy the Grove sensors and displays from Seeed. They are so convenient!
Halloween is an awesome time for makers. Each year I like to beat my previous year’s builds. For Halloween 2017 I thought I would do something a bit special and create two projects. This is the first, an Arduino-powered skull!
ABS gets a rough rap in the 3d printing community, so I wanted to give a small defence of ABS filament for your 3d printer consideration …
Nylon 3d printing filament is not as popular as PLA or ABS, but after giving it some serious use recently I wanted to implore you to at least try it.
A scale model of the solar system, 3d printed in white Inksmith HIPS filament – how well does HIPS work and why would you consider it for your 3d printing?
Doctor Who, Raspberry Pi AND 3D printing fans will love this 3D Printed Tardis, powered by Raspberry Pi, that can play all the sounds effects from the show!
The ESP32 is the newest* super powered IoT/Arduino board you are going to want in your arsenal. I have long been a fan of the ESP8266, especially the cheap Chinese NodeMCU boards, so when I saw the faster, more capable ESP32 had Arduino compatibility, I had to give it a try!