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.
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!
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.
UK-based maker Vahe Agababian created a 3D printed Retro Rocket LED Lamp equipped with a digital thermometer so you can light it up and and read the temperature of the surrounding atmosphere at the same time.
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.
Maker and YouTuber MakewithRex shows us how to create a 3D printed lithophane lamp. By following his instructions, you can turn your favorite photos into a lantern of memories.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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 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.
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!
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.
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).
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.