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Vormvrij prints the clay layer by layer much like traditional 3D printers

The Vormvrij 3D printer uses clay as the medium for printing ceramic objects. An Arduino development board along with a Ramps 1.4 shield is the brains printer. Read more »

Inside this awesome Diablo costume sits the talented designer Krizdel Ingreso.

It’s that time of year again when kids and adults alike don their costumes to celebrate Halloween. While store-bought costumes are great in their own right, it’s the giant, detailed costumes garner the most attention. As the saying goes’ go big or go home’ and the costumes in this roundup... Read more »

If you thought just flying a drone was challenging, try racing them through a wooded area

French drone club Airgonay designs a three-lap racetrack for racing drones in the French Alps. References to Star Wars ensue but the track is challenging enough to give professional flyers a run for their money. Read more »

Yep, that’s a drill bit and it helps to deliver the right amount of food to your fish.

The all in one automatic aquarium feeder uses an Arduino Nano and drill bit feed fish at certain time intervals. It doesn’t clean the tank or trim the plants but is immensely effective for feeding fish. Read more »

Maker [Tim] used OpenSCAD to design his parametric peristaltic pump printed in one piec

The parametric peristaltic pump pushes fluid through tubing using a squeezing process making it perfect for IVs and bypass surgery without the threat of contamination. Its 3D printed already assembled, only the tubing needs to be inserted and it’s ready to roll. Read more »

A software engineer turns a cheap $5 Halloween decoration into an animated nightmare. A Digispark development board controls the LED eyes and knocker actuator for haunting effects. Read more »

Those air pockets on Bubble Wrap were actually formed using a perforated vacuum

Sealed Air releases a video detailing the manufacturing process of Bubble Wrap using resin pellets and vacuum rollers. It’s almost as addicting to watch as it is to pop. Read more »

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