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Learn how to create a simple custom model for a coin or gaming token in OpenSCAD.
Learn how to 3D print and assemble your own PCB workstation for soldering and testing delicate electronics projects.
Building your own clock is practically a rite of passage as a Maker. 3D-print this Arduino-based desktop clock with a jumbo seven-segment LED display that glows from within.
Design a passive speaker using physics, a computer, and a 3D printer.
3D-print this 1872 replica Electro-Magnetic Engine that works like your drone's modern motors.
Solar powered toy ornaments are pretty cute, so we decided to repurpose the electronics inside to help Makey the Robot swing perpetually in the sunlight.
3D print and snap together this little race car with a brushless motor, Flutter wireless microcontrollers, and a few bucks of filament.
Create your own awesome remote controlled toy hovercraft using a 3D printer and three brushless R/C motors.
This project is part 4 in the building a robot arm tutorial.
This project is part 3 in the building a robot arm tutorial.
3D printing is pretty neat.
This project is part 2 in the building a robot arm tutorial.
Exploring what is possible with robots and how to design a robot arm.
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One of our prime passions is to motivate the next great minds and ideas by posting informative step-by-step tutorials.
3D-print it, spin it up to 30,000 RPM, and watch it take off like a rocket!
There’s a common argument that you can’t make anything useful on a 3D printer.
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