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DIY 3D Printed Shift Knob Wouldn’t Sell Well in Winterfell

by Lambert Varias
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Last year we saw a 3D printed shift knob case for a functional hack. This mod by Instructables member haqnmaq has a similar but more frivolous purpose. Using a Kinect and a couple of free 3D scanning and modeling software, haqnmaq was able to turn a scale model of his head into a shift knob.

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Ride to Instructables to find out how you can mod your shift knob. You can of course adopt haqnmaq’s process to scan and print other objects. I’m sure you’ll come up with something that’s positively inoffensive and benign.

[via Hack A Day]




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