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Fits and Starts

I redesigned the 3d printed parts of the compute module so they can be printed within the build envelope of the Monoprice Mini Delta (I really need to write a review of that printer sometime). 572 more words


A Mini Mixed Bag Of Me On TV

Hallo you. Just wanted to pop onto the blog and let you know that I am currently wending my way down to Peterborough for a couple of brief appearances on Create and Craft TV tomorrow. 212 more words

Paper Craft

The rise of 3D printing

3D printing. It’s popping up all around us. From prosthetic limbs to houses, the possibilities are endless. With Porsche announcing that they are beginning to print classic car parts could this be the start of the mainstream use in the automotive industry? 403 more words


Toolmaking - Converting a Hand Drill into a Drill Press

For my current project I have need of a drill press. However, I already own a perfectly good, and rather powerful hand drill (Bosch GSB 16 RE) and did not want to spend money on a whole other tool. 362 more words


Replacement Joystick for the eachine e52 Drone Transmitter.

My eachine e52 Drone transmitter came with cheap joysticks for flight control.  So cheap that my roommate unintentionally broke the left joystick within a few days of receiving the drone. 101 more words

3d Printing

Meetup - MUVe 3D Printing


mUVe 3D in Grand Rapids, Michigan is run by Dean Piper. Dean served in the U.S. Air Force specializing in Computer Network Administration and Software Engineering and when he returned he latched onto 3D printing technology. 1,081 more words

3D Printing Grand Rapids

Teach Tinkercad Through the Lens of Hockey!

Hey, teachers: Are you looking to make your lessons a little cooler? Try teaching 3D design AND hockey at the same time!

Autodesk has been collaborating with the Boston Bruins in the development of three new Tinkercad lessons to be included in Bruins Academy The Curriculum – and now they are here! 87 more words