Tag: 3D Printing

Bird Feeding House Mixing Wood with 3D Printed Parts

Bird Feeding House Mixing Wood with 3D Printed Parts 3D Printed Bird Feeding House for Gardens

Birds populations have been severely plummeting for many decades in a row. According to recent studies, we have lost about 30% of of breeding birds, compared to the 1970’s. The goal of this DIY project is offer a solution to balance this decline. By feeding the birds during winter, we can help them survive the […]

Fighting COVID-19: Maker Projects that Can Make a Difference

Fighting COVID-19: Maker Projects that Can Make a Difference COVID-19 Virus Pandemic

This is a selection of projects and initiatives to make solutions to to tackle the Covid-19 outbreak. Please note that most of them are uncertified biomedical devices. Still, they are likely to be helpful, and maybe life-saving, since there is a shortage in many hospitals around the globe. Laser Free Face Shield This face shield […]

Useful 3D Prints: Kitchen Sponge Holder Hook

Useful 3D Prints: Kitchen Sponge Holder Hook Useful 3D Print Kitchen Sponge Hook

One of my motivations to 3D printing is home repair and improvement. In this small project, I decided to use polypanels to make a flexible, yet robust hook for a sponge holder in my kitchen. Starting from polypanel snaps provided freely available online (Thanks Devin). STL design files are freely available on my thingiverse page.

How to Make a Large Lighthouse Using a Cheap 3D Printer

How to Make a Large Lighthouse Using a Cheap 3D Printer Large 3D printed pharo lighthouse

As a Pharo addict, making a 3D printed lighthouse is a fun week-end project. This idea is even more attractive. It’s a project that goes beyond what can be done using a small 3D printer, with a single extruder. The requirement are the following: The lighthouse can be taller than the maximum printing height. The […]

Open Source 3D Printed Humanoid Robots

Open Source 3D Printed Humanoid Robots DIY 3D printed humanoid robot

In this post we give an overview of major open source humanoid robots. Existing ones are interesting and seriously compete with the pre-built closed robots such as the Nao. One surprising conclusion is that going the open source route does mean cheap. Indeed humanoid robots have many degrees of freedom. Usually more than 20 servo […]