Using the power of magnets and thinkness (and 3D printing and Arduino), one crazy kid created a crazy coilgun without massive capacitors.
3D Printing! And robots! (Two things we happen to love)
3D Printed Robots – 25 Robots You Can Buy, 3D Print, or Build
Fancy a 3D printed robot for your home? Here’s a list of the best 3D printed robots you can 3D print in one go, assemble or even buy as a kit.
Looking for a DIY Arduino project to challenge your maker talents? Here are the best Arduino projects you can DIY with a 3D printer.
This AR headset made with Arduino and 3D printing is capable of showing the date, time, text messages, plus gesture-controlled photography.
The behind-the-scenes crew of Better Call Saul uses Arduino and 3D printing to create a GPS tracker for the tough character Mike Ehrmantraut.
Using Arduino, 3D printing and thinkness, engineering student pays tribute to his favorite video game with an Aperture Science Sentry Turret.
Fascinated by holographic displays? Then Prophelix — made using Arduino, 3D printing, and thinkness — is going to blow your socks off.
Fancy building your very own smartwatch? The Chronio is made using an Arduino and a 3D printed case, and the battery lasts several months.
No longer the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters, EduExo is a Kickstarter project that offers a 3D printable exoskeleton powered by Arduino.
High school student builds a soda locker vending machine from Arduino and 3D printed parts. And bags himself a prom date in the process.
If you find that your iPhone isn’t enough to wake you up, then why not make yourself an Arduino Nerf Target Alarm clock instead?
Behold the 3D printed lunar phase clock, made with Arduino and open source tools, that reflects the phases of the moon with LED lights.
This cute dancing teapot is actually a 3D printed robot with an Arduino tucked inside. AND it also plays music. Let’s boogie!
It’s time to consign that dusty old cuckoo clock to the attic. The linear Perpetual Clock is a stylish, modern take on timekeeping at home.
Maker builds an interactive geodesic LED dome using Arduino, 3D printing, and a bright imagination. Each panel lights up when you touch it.
Designed for search and rescue missions and sporting a 3D printed body and an Arduino heart, modular robot DTTO wins the Hackaday Prize 2016.