3D Printing an Aston Martin

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Ivan Sentch is 3D-printing a 1961 Aston Martin DB4 on his Solidoodle desktop 3D printer, 4 inches by 4 inches at a time. The Auckland, New Zealand resident is about 72% done printing the body, and he expects to pay a mere $2,000 NZD for the plastic to make the... Read more »

Cordless Candlestick

Long-time MAKE reader Adam Ben-Dror carefully reskinned a 2.4 Ghz cordless phone handset with a 90-year-old candlestick telephone. A DTMF converter in the base preserves the function of the original rotary dial. Calls are begun by lifting the earpiece and ended by hanging it up. As Adam writes, "the only... Read more »

TARDIS Cufflinks

Looking for that classy Dr. Who touch? Simon Jansen made TARDIS cufflinks from an N-scale model train Police Box. It just took some light metalworking (basically using a razor saw) and painting, and the cufflinks nicely match his TARDIS MAME console. Read more »