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Tag: 3d Printing

3D Print the Rumored iPhone 6 Mockups: Still Life with Apple

3D Print the Rumored iPhone 6 Mockups: Still Life with Apple
Rumors of the appearance and dimensions of the upcoming iPhones have been circulating for months, prompting this hilarious application for 3D printing. A couple of folks have created 3D files based on the rumors, so Apple fans can print mockups of the iPhone 6… and do who knows what with them.

3D Printed Flexible Onix: Plastic-Type Pokémon

3D Printed Flexible Onix: Plastic-Type Pokémon
What? Onix is evolving! Onix evolved into a poseable plastic toy! Etsy shop Amphigory Design specializes in 3D crafted items, one of which is a 24″ scale model of the rock snake Pokémon. The shop sells both static and flexible versions of the toy.
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Open Source Watch: Time Consuming Timepiece

Open Source Watch: Time Consuming Timepiece
Got time? Why not make a watch? Jonathan Cook is working on an open source smartwatch based on an Arduino-compatible microcontroller. Simply called the Open Source Watch, the steps and parts list are freely available for talented tinkerers to emulate.

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

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

3D Printed Pip-Boy 3000 Keeps Man Literally and Figuratively Cool

3D Printed Pip-Boy 3000 Keeps Man Literally and Figuratively Cool
We’ve seen a few faithful Pip-Boy 3000 replicas. This one made by Thingiverse member kosh23 leans towards the functional end but still looks badass. Because his left hand and forearm was placed in a cast, he made the Pip-Boy 3000 replica to cradle his iPhone and to keep the cast cool.

3D Printed Raspberry Pi NES Case: NinTastic

3D Printed Raspberry Pi NES Case: NinTastic
Out of all computers, the Raspberry Pi is most ripe for case mods because it’s tiny and doesn’t come with a case in the first place. We’ve seen a functional and a decorative case for the Linux computer.

Rabbit Proto Lets 3D Printers Add Circuits While Printing Objects: Coming in Hot

Rabbit Proto Lets 3D Printers Add Circuits While Printing Objects: Coming in Hot
We’ve seen an add-on that turns ink printers into circuit board printers, and even a 3D printer that specializes in printing circuits. A new company called Rabbit Proto takes prototyping to the next level with its eponymous product.

3D Printed FTL: Faster Than Light Kestrel Model: Rebel Piñata

3D Printed FTL: Faster Than Light Kestrel Model: Rebel Piñata
Ah, the Kestrel. The red shirt of spaceships. Its crew has two equally horrifying nightmares: one is a looping animation of the ship being torn apart, and the other is a cursor hovering over “Restart.” Let us remember the fallen – and make a note to level up the damned doors on the next run – with this 3D printed model of FTL: Faster Than Light‘s default cruiser.

Adafruit 3D Printed LED Coat Buttons: The Brightest Buttons to Button

Adafruit 3D Printed LED Coat Buttons: The Brightest Buttons to Button
Make your clothes stand out with these LED-equipped and 3D printed buttons. Electronics shop Adafruit shared this project last January to help keep folks visible in snowy winter nights, but unless it’s always bright and sunny where you are then you’ll still find a use for these buttons.

Using a 3D Printer to Draw Tattoos: InkD

Using a 3D Printer to Draw Tattoos: InkD
It’s one thing to allow a professional tattoo artist to ink your arm. It’s another thing altogether to allow a 3D printer to do it. But that’s exactly what a team of designers in Paris recently did.

3D Printed Medieval Armor for Barbie Dolls: Woman-at-arms

3D Printed Medieval Armor for Barbie Dolls: Woman-at-arms
Watch out Ken. Barbie’s packing some steel. Actually Jim Rodda’s Barbie armor is made of biodegradable plastic. Jim originally wanted to print glitter cannons that fit on My Little Pony toys as a birthday gift to his niece, but it proved to be too complicated.

New & Improved Looking Glass Volumetric Prints: Slices of Life

New & Improved Looking Glass Volumetric Prints: Slices of Life
Late last year we found out about Looking Glass, a volumetric printing service. Each 3D object consists of printed slices stacked and stuck together in a case. This month the company relaunched with a better and more affordable service.

3D Printed Raspberry Pi Raspberry Case: Fruit of the Loom

3D Printed Raspberry Pi Raspberry Case: Fruit of the Loom
We’ve seen pies with fruit inside. Instructables member Rick Winscot created a fruit with a whole Pi inside. Rick designed and printed a case for the Raspberry Pi that looks just like the Raspberry Pi Foundation logo.

3D Print Your Own Sneakers: Fila(ment)

3D Print Your Own Sneakers: Fila(ment)
You wouldn’t download a sneaker. Oh you would? Check out Recreus hot off the extruder Sneakerbot II. Unlike Kobes, KDs, LeBrons and other signature kicks, Sneakerbot II won’t ever be hoarded by celebrities and eBay sellers.

BigRep One 3D Printer is Big Enough to Print Furniture: 3DXL

BigRep One 3D Printer is Big Enough to Print Furniture: 3DXL
It’s not the world’s largest 3D printer, but the BigRep One still dwarfs most of the consumer 3D printers available today. With a build volume of 1.3 cubic meters, it’s big enough to print furniture in one piece.

OpenKnit Clothing Printer: Programmer Wear

OpenKnit Clothing Printer: Programmer Wear
The burgeoning small scale 3D printing industry is focused on producing plastic or metal objects. A small team of makers led by Gerard Rubio hopes to turn the spotlight on a more practical material: fabric. The OpenKnit is a work-in-progress open source printer that automatically knits thread to create clothing based on digital templates.
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