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Tag: Metal

Devil May Cry Rebellion Sword Replica Too Heavy for a Million Stab Combo

Devil May Cry Rebellion Sword Replica Too Heavy for a Million Stab Combo
Fans of the Devil May Cry series will immediately recognize this massive and beautiful sword as Dante’s Rebellion. Yeah, I know that’s not Dante holding it – the hair cut and color is all wrong. It’s metalsmith Michael Craughwell (aka “MichaelCthulhu,”) who in his own words simply says “Giant swords are kinda my thing.”

R2-D2 Ammo Box Perfect for Storing Spare Motivator Units

R2-D2 Ammo Box Perfect for Storing Spare Motivator Units
Say you’re a Jawa and working on some droid repairs in your sandcrawler. How can you keep all those droid parts organized and sorted out so you don’t accidentally mix up R5-D4 and R2-D2’s spare parts?

Metal Skull Dude is One Hard-Headed Bloke

Metal Skull Dude is One Hard-Headed Bloke
If you’re looking for something really cool and unusual to decorate your place with, check out this awesome metal skull I spotted over on Etsy today.

Incipio le deux Cases Put the Metal Back on iPhone 4s

Incipio le deux Cases Put the Metal Back on iPhone 4s
As much as I love the all glass front and back of my iPhone 4, I have to say I kind of miss the smudge-free brushed metal back of my original iPhone. For those of you who like the metal look too, Incipio has good news – with its new le deux stainless steel-backed cases.

83-Year-Old Woman Gets the World’s First 3D Printed Jaw Transplant

83-Year-Old Woman Gets the World’s First 3D Printed Jaw Transplant
At some point in the future, if we needed a new body part, I always figured science would be able to grow one. If you need any new kidney just sprinkle a few cells, top with miracle grow, and wait until you new kidney is ready.

Giant Scrabble Board Still Guaranteed to Give You All Vowels

Giant Scrabble Board Still Guaranteed to Give You All Vowels
Being a tech geek, you’ll more often find me playing video games than board games, but that doesn’t mean I don’t still enjoy a good old game of Scrabble. Sure, you won’t be playing with someone across the globe, like with Words with Friends, but at least you get to play with some actual wooden tiles.

Sparxgear Fire Piston Lights Fires Easily

Sparxgear Fire Piston Lights Fires Easily
If you don’t have matches or a lighter, starting a fire can be tricky. There’s always the old steel-wool pad and 9-volt battery trick, but you will likely not have those items on you when you need them.

TOAST! Dock Won’t Burn Your iPhone

TOAST! Dock Won’t Burn Your iPhone
Don’t tell your kids this, but for some reason, I always thought that smartphones looked sort of like something that would fit neatly into the slot of a toaster. Not that I’ve ever thought about trying to turn my iPhone into a Pop Tart, it’s just their size and shape seemed about right.

Arrow Door Handle: So You Never Flunk The Door Opening Test Again

Arrow Door Handle: So You Never Flunk The Door Opening Test Again
Most doors have huge “push” or “pull” signs stuck on them, but a lot of people still push (or pull) it when they’re supposed to pull (or push) it. A lot of doors open either way, but there are some that don’t.

FLOTE Stand Makes Tablet Usage Hands-Free, Looks Cool Doing It

FLOTE Stand Makes Tablet Usage Hands-Free, Looks Cool Doing It
When it comes to choosing a stand for your tablet or e-reader, which matters more to you: portability, size, ease of storage, or functionality? If you answered ease of storage, then you probably won’t like the FLOTE very much.

Robot Nativity Scene: The First Robo-Noël

Robot Nativity Scene: The First Robo-Noël
I’ll start out by saying that I’m not particularly religious, so I don’t know if any of you guys will be offended by this. If you are, you’re probably reading the wrong website. When I stumbled onto this, I couldn’t resist sharing this quirky little scene of the Nativity, retold with robots.

Tom Samui’s Junk Elf: from Recycled Car Parts, Not from Rivendell

Tom Samui’s Junk Elf: from Recycled Car Parts, Not from Rivendell
Swiss artist Tom Samui has been creating junkyard wonders for the last decade or so. He works with a team of 15 people creating these amazing sculptures made out of recycled automobile parts, like this intricate elf: Tom has created hundreds of these sculptures, entirely made out of scrap car and motorcycle parts.

Portal Bookends: For Science (Books)

Portal Bookends: For Science (Books)
The concept is simple. Left side: Test subject enters orange portal; Middle: ???; Right side: Test subject exits blue portal. While it’s not a wholly original concept, these aluminum Portal bookends look even more refined than the originals we spotted on Reddit over a year ago.

I’ve Got One Hand in My Pocket, and an iPhone in My Belt Buckle

I’ve Got One Hand in My Pocket, and an iPhone in My Belt Buckle
A lot of other iPhone cases can make your device look pretty or make it more convenient or more functional. And then there are others that aren’t exactly cases but sort of function in a similar manner, like this belt buckle slash iPhone holster called the EXO7 that lets you slip your device easily into it so you can wear it around your waist.

Recycled Steel Ravage Transformer: An Oldie but a Goldie

Recycled Steel Ravage Transformer: An Oldie but a Goldie
For his day job, Alan Yang sells hand-painted bone China wares, but this robot is anything but that. He’s also one of those Chinese guys who likes to make awesome steel Transformers, and is part of the crew that made some of those gigantic IRL metallic bots.

Metal Wall-E Assembled from the Scrap Heap He Was Made to Clean Up

Metal Wall-E Assembled from the Scrap Heap He Was Made to Clean Up
We’re suckers for Wall-E. The little robot from the distant future is just the robot we can stake the future of humanity on. Now, assuming you’ve got the money to spare, you can have your very own Wall-E – in sculpture form.