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Revisiting a classic, we create a digital version of the Etch-A-Sketch. Learn how to convert your cellphone into a digital plotting toy using 3D printing technology.
Want to build chemistry with your 3D printer? Learn how to design and 3D print your own modular molecule lamp with this scientific and terrific 3D printing project.
Instructables user 3DSage has designed a functional 3D printed speaker that is easy to build and actually works. Using magnets, wire, and a 3D printed cone, you can amplify your creativity with this educational Weekend Project.
Designer and maker Laura Taalman has created a clock design generator that produces geometrically-driven retro clock models. The time is now: 3D print your own customized sunburst clock!
New York-based designer Dave Buchanan has created a 3D printed replica of Banksy's self-destructing "Love is in the Bin," a piece of performance art that gives the impression that the canvas is being shredded inside of the picture frame.
Maker Greg Zumwalt is back on Instructables with another 3D printed coin bank. His latest creation is the Simple Secret Box II, a fully 3D printed coin bank with a secret locking mechanism.
For today's Weekend Project, we're looking at a 3D printed RC Airboat by maker Simon Sörensen. After some trial and error, the 3D printing enthusiast was able to create a functional boat design – and you can too!
Turn your home into a magical forest of fungi with the 3D printed Magic Mushroom lighting decoration –created by German designer UniversalMaker.
Recently shared on the r/3DPrinting subreddit, one maker created an endearing anniversary gift for his girlfriend. This 3D printed clock has a custom 3D map as the face, showcasing the exact area where they first met. You make your own too!
A floating faucet? Sounds interesting, doesn't it? This 3D printed Magic Faucet is a wonderful project for those who love optical illusions. It's relatively easy to make and simply amazing to look at.
The Ruiz Brothers of Adafruit are at it again with another fascinating 3D printing project: the 3D printed Crickit Paddle Wheel Boat. This water rover even has an underwater camera mount, so you can capture footage at your end of the summer pool party!
Many steampunk cosplay items provide mechanical style and an aesthetic look. But these elaborate 3D printed steampunk goggles are equipped with prescription lenses and welding filters that will keep your eyes safe while you're in the workshop.
Want to give your 3D printer the green thumb? Autodesk and Instructables content creator Becky Stern shares a project on how to make 3D printed light-up flowers with LED lights.
Looking forward to the release of Avengers: Infinity Wars? Why not become the most powerful villain in the Marvel universe with your own 3D printed Infinity Gauntlet.
For this week's Project of the Week, 3D print and Arduino your way to this coin-spitting Question Block from universe of Nintendo favorite, Mario.
With just a spring and a 3D printer, Croatian digital artist and maker Vedran Marjanovic Wekster shows you how to create a NERF-ified version of the Thirst Zapper gun from the video game series Fallout.
Eight-year-old maker Purple Oranji turns Adafruit NeoPixel goggles into a pair of 3D printed Spectrespecs, the zany light-up shades featured in the Harry Potter movies. This weekend project is the perfect way to show your kids that a 3D printer is just as extraordinary as a magic wand.