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After you've finished chewing over the curiously strong mints, upcycle the distinctive case with one of these excellent Altoids tin projects.
Empty filament spools are a nuisance. Hacking objects is not. With 3D printing you can turn a spent spool into a handy storage solution.
With just $50 dollars of parts, you can turn a basic Furby into a supercharged IoT Amazon Alexa-enabled Furby.
A recent post on engineering project site Hackaday details how to 3D print Kwikset keys. There's a free OpenSCAD file so you can too.
Using some scripting wizardry and a Lulzbot Mini, PrintedSolid's David Randolph shows us how to crack a 4-digit PIN.
The folks at Doodle3D have been tinkering around with the Ultimaker API. Their first test? To take control of the Ultimaker 3's lighting.
The crazy kids at Tropical Labs have devised a Delta style 3D printer by re-purposing the frame and heating element of a coffee maker.
A French student created his own bone conduction headphones built into 3D printed glasses for covert listening and posted his process on Hackaday so you can create your own too.
Dorchester 3D's Dan Birch takes the ZX Spectrum Next to the next level with a 3D printed laptop case, making retro-modern keyboard computer a portable slice of nostalgia pie.
The Vietnamese security firm Bkav claims they cracked Apple's Face ID with a mask of 3D printed plastic, silicone, makeup, and paper cutouts.
Using cheap open-source hardware and 3D printed parts, a group of hackers have brute-forced their way into a safe at the DEF CON conference.
Inventive developer Nick Lee has designed and 3D printed a smartphone case that allows determined techies to run Android on the iPhone.