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Want to keep your filament in tip-top shape? Engineer and 3D printing enthusiast RichRap shows us how to create DIY Heated DryBox for 3D Printing filament for under $20.
Test your technical skills and ingenuity with these great 3D printing projects for engineers! Read on to get inspired.
Get ready to be blown away by these cool wind-powered prints! Learn all about how to print your very own 3D printed wind turbine.
Swedish maker and YouTuber Simon Sörensen shares a new instructional video on how to turn a Creality CR-10 3D printer into an engraver with just a few simple steps.
A new Instructables post from user mikey77 shows how you can adjust your 3D printing slicer settings to make watertight and airtight containers, cups, tanks, and more.
Who needs a 3D printer when you have a hot glue gun? This Hackaday project from Donald Papp shows us how to use molten PLA filament to glue 3D printed objects together.
3D printers are even more fun when they're used for a wild hobby like RC cars. Dig into this collection of 3D printed RC car projects, ranging from simple to advanced.
Maker and YouTuber 3DSage shares an informative tutorial on how to create incredibly smooth 3D prints out of PLA without needing to use sandpaper or other post-processing techniques!
Have you ever wanted to make a cool sign for your desk or workplace? Look no further, for here we have a step-by-step guide to creating an amazing-looking display, using a laser cutter, LEDs and acrylic sheeting, as demonstrated by pardy73 on Instructables!
Do you like 3D printing with ABS but hate the smell that comes with it? Now you can 3D print your own air purifier to reduce ABS odor and harmful VOC's.
We're all ready for a new year to begin. Check out these 2021 3D prints that are festive and pefect for celebrating the year ahead!
If you're lucky enough to already have the Xbox Series X/S, check out our list of 3D printed Xbox accessories to upgrade your setup even more!
While there are those who have used 3D printing to make their own watch cases, watch bands, and watch chargers, others are taking the next step and actually 3D print watches. Learn how to make your own!
Have a trash bin full of leftover filament scraps and failed prints? Designer Agustin Flowalistik shows us how to recycle 3D printing waste by creating a Plastic Smoothie, which can be used in a laser cutter to create vibrant objects.
Want to make your video gaming experience even more realistic? New York-based designer Brent Scott has created a 3D printable mini steering wheel that you can mount onto your Xbox One or PlayStation 4 controller.
Want to tell the time using marbles? In this project, Görkem Bozkurt teaches us how to use a smart rail system, marbles, and 3D printed parts to make an ingenious timepiece.
Have you always wanted to travel through time like Marty McFly and Doc Brown in 'Back to the Future'? Well, Great Scott! Now you can with this amazing 3D printed Delorean clock.