Category: 3D Printed Projects

3D Printed Project – Coping the Design Challenges of a Project!

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Pegboard Air (or any 66.5mm) Can Holder!
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Pegboard and Holes Utility!
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3D Printed Project – Creating the Drawer Caddy a CHEP Knockoff!

Please visit ift.tt/1PJb2UK for more information on this and many other projects! So there I was late one night, I couldn’t sleep so I was watching Infomercials and got bored of them, so went over and was watching Chuck Hellebuyck’s channel (CHEP) and he did this thing with a tray that screwed into the front of his workbench and I said “self” that’s cool but it requires commitment (i.e. to screw it in) so I said self “there has to be a better way” and in reading down the comments a viewer wrote Chuck saying “Neodymium magnets would be cool” and Chuck said go for it, its on Tinkercad! Well what was Chuck going to say as he already screwed his in 🙂 right? However it hit me right there in the wee hours of the morning! As I was just grocery shopping with the wife the day before and I always get a 6 pack of Coke Zero and hang it on the side of the cart so why not hang the drawer caddy on the front of the drawer? Bingo, up I sprang out of bed and didn’t call Jake from State Farm but logged into Thinkercad and went feverishly to work on the design of a drawer caddy and as Emeril Lagasse would say BAM! Here it is the Drawer Caddy, the ultimate in exo-drawer storage technology and you can have it in your home not tomorrow but with any 200mm x 200mm 3D print today! Yes that’s right TODAY! Wait it gets even better yet if you can believe it, just print it today and you can print a second one (or two) tomorrow for free (well the cost of the filament and such is yours of course but its better than paying extra shipping and handling right? the lawyers made me add that).

Wait! As a special added bonus because your significant other most likely won’t let you put that 3D printed stuff in the kitchen. We have a solution for you as there are many finishing options available (at an additional charge of course) should again you (or significant other) not like the 3D printed look (which my wife doesn’t) as you can use a stone spray paint such this (amzn.to/2ue7gyw) which my wife even approves of or a lighter textured version such as this (amzn.to/2uewehx) to cover those nasty layer lines. As YES, with this can magic they will think you spent a fortune on them but it will be our little secret (I won’t tell if you don’t :-)! So what are you waiting for Christmas (by the way these make great stocking suffers too!). So don’t wait, stop reading this and start printing today as you don’t want your neighbors (you know the Jones) to have one before you! Don’t Delay, download now before they are all gone!

P.S. If you make one, please post a make here on Thingverse to show us your use of this new exo-drawer storage technology in action and who knows we might even pick you yes YOU for our next infomercial! (if we did infomercials)

Drawer Caddy!
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Workbench Catch Tray – 3D Printed (Chuck’s Video):

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3D Printed Project – 3D Printed Plastic Clean Up Tool!

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Mixed Bit Package:
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Shaviv 90061 B10/ B11/ B20/ B25 IIB, Sbavatore, modello: Mango

by Shaviv [Vargus]
Rank/Rating: 597/-
Price: EUR 14,92

 

3D Printed Project – Prototyping Tips!

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3D Printed Project – Atom Smasher!

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Hey, whats more fun than smashing things right? Well why not atoms! Okay, I might be pushing things here but this project is both fun and a desktop novelty even if it doesn’t cause CERN sleepless nights. The idea here is based on an updated solid state Van de Graaff (ift.tt/2aF2b8D) design using a high voltage ionizer which I got from eBay and 3D printed like the ones used in the Cockcroft-Walton accelerators (see here: ift.tt/2pYqLcF) used in the early days of atom smashing before the cyclotron became king of the hill! Now even though this is only powered by 5volts (input) the output voltage will shock you so be forewarned! So build this at your own risk, however it makes a great desktop novelty as people will be drawn to touch not expecting such a shocking experience!

Build Parts:
While the body can be PLA or ABS you will need a conductive filament (amzn.to/2nknK1v) for the torus and high voltage ionizer (goo.gl/68id9G) along with USB cable extender (amzn.to/2of17A8)

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3D Printed Projects – Working with Proto Pasta Conductive Filament!

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3D Printed Project – Cheap Allen Wench Solution!

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TEKTON 25282 26-pc. Long Arm Ball End Hex Key Wrench Set, Inch/Metric
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Handle for Allen/Hex Wrench/Key
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3D Printed Project – Thingverse MegaPhone MP3 Build!

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“Megaphone” MP3 player
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MP3 Board for Build:
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Full Range Speaker for Build:
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3D Printed Project – Pantogaph Style Camera Slider!

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Pantographic Camera Slider:
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Parts Required to build:
8 – 608zz bearings: amzn.to/2mfjnaG
2 – 1/4in 20 turn 45mm long cap head Allen bolts (other head type might work)
2 – 1/4in 20 turn nuts (these go in the tripod base its being printed)
2 – 1/4in washers
1 – 1/4in 20 turn 75mm long cap head Allen bolts (other head type might work)
1 – Small ball head camera mount: amzn.to/2mfu6C5

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3D Printed Project – Converting a Laser Design for 3D Printing Part 2!

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