3D Printing! And robots! (Two things we happen to love)
3D Printed Robots You Can Print, Build or Buy
Fancy a 3D printed robot for your home? Here’s a list of the best 3D printed robots you can print in one go, assemble or even buy as a kit.
Raspberry Pi and 3D printing are often used for retro gaming projects. The mintyPi 2.0 takes both and conceals itself inside an Altoids tin.
Seeking a challenging project for Raspberry Pi 3? Check out this Raspberry Pi Laptop using the official touchscreen and a 3D printed case.
A simple camera board takes your beloved micro-computer to a whole new level. Here are the best 3D printable Raspberry Pi camera cases. If you’re looking to add a camera model for your micro, you can choose from different makes and models. The original camera has been updated to version 2.0, which gives you a much […]
This dinky device is called Zero Terminal, a portable Linux PC built using a Raspberry Pi, a smartphone keyboard, and a 3D printed case.
Currently on Kickstarter, ZeroPi is an integrated solution between Arduino and Raspberry Pi so makers can build projects faster and easier.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a new improved “Raspberry Pi Zero W”. It adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability to the Zero – for $10.
This 3D printed Raspberry Pi mount lets you upcycle the drive bay on your PC. It’s like playing Russian Dolls, but with personal computing.
“I built a wifi “walkie” talkie for my kids; now you can too!”, writes maker Daniel Chote on projectable.de. It runs on open-source software and is a great weekend project.
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.
Want a cheap and easy way to automatically digitize old open-reel films? Maker Joe Herman used a Raspberry Pi to help share his old footage.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation have released the CAD files for the Astro Pi flight case that ESA astronaut Tim Peake took into space. Build one of your own!
Maker Sexy Cyborb has created another masterpiece — the “Pi-Palette” is a “pentesting computer” hidden away in a cosmetic case.