Working 3D Printed Circular Saw the Size of a Fingernail!

Article Intro: “If the giant fingertips in these images look familiar, that’s because they belong to the same crazed maker, New Zealand’s Lance Abernethy, who 3D printed a miniscule, working power drill last year. Lance is back and this time he’s brought his fingernail-sized circular saw.” Watch the video below or read the full article…

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faBrickation

Article Intro: “3D printing is slow compared to other types of rapid prototyping, such as laser cutting or CNC machining, especially when many iterations are required. The faBrickation project proposes a simple, soon-to-be open source solution to this problem by enabling designers to turn their 3D models into a combination of Lego bricks and key 3D printed…

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“Raspberry Eye” Remote Servo Cam

Article Intro: “Webcams are a fun and useful tool. Being able to control where they’re looking remotely, though, takes their usefulness to a whole new level. Whether you’re watching your pets while you’re away or allowing friends to participate in an event from the other side of the world, a web-enabled remote servo camera puts the…

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The Blade is a 3D-printed supercar

A San Francisco-based startup called Divergent Microfactories is trying to create lighter and stronger components in the automobile industry. Above is pictured their supercar “Blade”. Click here to learn more.

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