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Got an itch in your green thumb? Use your 3D printer and concrete mix to create a set of geometrically gorgeous pot molds to house your next batch of plants.
In this project, Jeff Kerr shows us how to make a six-axis robot arm that supports multi-axis coordinated motion. The arm is a scaled version of the industrial UR3 robot and includes several complex components.
Want to teach your kids about the power of renewable energy? Or just want to build your own wind turbine replica? Then check out this 3D printed wind turbine model created by maker Luc Tellier.
Combine function and form with this 7-segment LED clock, designed by Kansas-based maker Leonard Lee. It reliably delivers accurate time -- down to the second -- while at the same time adding a little light to your life.
Add some relaxation to your office or home with a 3D printed Japanese Water Fountain. The Seattle-based maker and engineer Jeremy Elson recently became inspired by a Shishi Odoshi fountain, and decided to create his own 3D printed miniature version.
Open Bionics combines 3D printing and open source designs to make affordable robotic hands that are just as advanced as many commercially available prosthetics. Their latest addition is the Brunel Hand 2.0, which any willing DIYer can print and assemble.
Noah Williamson has been making models for around four years. He's certainly mastered the craft as his latest design is a 3D printed Terminator skull with working eyes, jaw "and more".
Spanish designer Antonio García (also known as Duke Doks) shows off how to create incredibly detailed 3D printed Rick and Morty bobbleheads. Seriously, these models will have you screaming wubba lubba dub dub!
Instructables user Ananords shows us how to create a DIY Levitating Plant by using a 3D printer and laser cutter. The resulting project will leave your green thumb feeling more magical than ever.
The Nintendo Switch games console is an undeniable success. But, retailing for a few hundred dollars, its does require a significant chunk of change. Why not build your own for a fraction of the cost instead? Here's how (disclaimer: the PiSwitch will not play Nintendo Switch games).
TechKiwiGadgets teaches us how to make a 3D printed LED bed leveler that uses a DIY sensor and a LED bar graph to tell the relative distance between the print bed and the extruder.
How's the local weather forecast looking this weekend? Why not 3D print your own micro flying wing to soar beyond the kites and frisbees at the park. Designed by Thingiverse user drcameron, this RC wing attachment will have you soaring through blue skies with style.
Check out this easy project tutorial to learn how to make your own solderless 3D printed circuit board using conductive epoxy.
Looking for an affordable and fun project to round out the summer with? Why not practice your archery skills with a fully 3D printed miniature compound bow.
Taking the internet phrase for a terrible quality image or video literally, Niko Pueringer, the founder and creative director or Corridor Crew, decided to create a "potato camera" to see whether potatoes really do take bad photos.
South Korean maker "DIYPark" shows us how to create a fully 3D printed and functional Mini Crossbow. Set up some targets and take aim, because it's time to get your archery on.
Have you ever wanted to make your own multi-color materials? Now you can by...3D printing filament? That's right. Thingiverse user Turbo_SunShine shows us how to repurpose your filament to create new color combinations!