3D-print these awesome enclosures for audiophile sound
Build a braille embosser for a fraction of the cost of commercial machines
Build a dashboard gadget that scans constantly for potential gas pump card skimmers
Hydro dipping is the process of transferring images from hydrographic film onto nearly any 3D object by floating the image in a tub of water.
The best way to take your timelapse videos to the next level is to have the camera move while it's capturing the video. It's tricky but can be done.
If you can find the exact layout of stars for a special night, you can make a pretty cool present: a glowing LED model of the night sky
As far back as Matt Stultz can remember, each of his family member’s houses had a little wooden stool. He decided to continue the tradition.
Jason Suter was assigned the simple task of making a night light for his soon-to-be-born baby girl’s room and, as is his norm, he got a bit carried away.
Buckminster Fuller’s “Dymaxion” Projection allows someone to unwrap a spherical map of the Earth onto a flat plane with surprisingly little distortion.
Use JJ Robots' kit and your Android phone to build an air hockey partner who's always game.
This fairly low-cost modification to the X-Carve will improve the overall rigidity of the machine and keep the spindle consistently square to the bed.
Make this low-cost centrifuge to extract DNA on your desktop.
download and cut this cool customizeable octopus lamp
Build an Arduino-powered, 3D-printed, moon-walking bot with preprogrammed and custom gaits.
Build a tiny, smooth-rolling balance bot using Intel’s Edison Compute Module — and drive it by FPV camera.
Cruise 25 miles at 20mph on a sweet, one-wheeled ride you built yourself!
Laser cut this slot-together raceway and for a fun, gravity-powered racing game.
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