Arduino 3D printers are a rare breed indeed. But if you want an Arduino 3D printer and have some tinkering skills, you should take a look at these DIY 3D printer projects.
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If you are looking for a small, affordable single board computer, there are two popular choices: the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi. But which one should you pick? Here‘s a handy guide.
Protect your beloved Arduino from damage with a 3D printed Arduino case! Here are the best 3D Arduino cases to 3D print.
Interested in trying a competitor to the most popular open-source microcontroller platform? Check out the best Arduino alternatives and find out why they deserve consideration for your next project.
Your 3D printer has a "brain" to do the processing and the "muscle" to do the work, but it's the RAMPS 1.4 that connects them. Find out what makes your 3D printer tick.
So you need an Arduino stepper motor for your next project? Check the best available stepper motors fitting Arduino shields and drivers, plus a list of available kits.
123D Circuits is a online circuit development and simulation tool. Autodesk offers it free of charge from the official 123DApp website - here’s our review.
Soon, NASA’s Juno probe will deliver images from Jupiter - until then, we’ll satisfy our scientific desires with these great DIY space exploration projects.
This stylish clock not only shows you the current time but is also an eye-catcher in your room. With a 3D printer, a couple of electronics and a free weekend, you too can have the time of your light.
Fascinated by holographic displays? Then Prophelix -- made using Arduino, 3D printing, and thinkness -- is going to blow your socks off.
This AR headset made with Arduino and 3D printing is capable of showing the date, time, text messages, plus gesture-controlled photography.
An Instructables user has shared instructions for building an Ardunio-powered drawing robot, originally designed for a 10-hour workshop for ChickTech.org.
Have a logo that you want to last forever? This 3D printed Infinity Cube by designer Michael Laws will let you prop up your favorite logo or symbol inside of an Arduino-powered box that will produce an endless reflection.
Simple yet entertaining, TWANG is a 1D dungeon crawler made with Arduino and 3D printing, based on the award-winning Line Wobbler interactive game.
Using the power of magnets and thinkness (and 3D printing and Arduino), one crazy kid created a crazy coilgun without massive capacitors.