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New Contest: 3D Printed Gears, Pulleys, and Cams

New Contest: 3D Printed Gears, Pulleys, and Cams

Author: Mike Szczys / Source: Hackaday One of the killer apps of 3D printers is the ability to make custom gears, transmissions, and mechanisms. But there’s a learning curve. If you haven’t 3D printed your own gearbox or automaton, here’s a great reason to...

Brush With The Power Of 3D Printing

Brush With The Power Of 3D Printing

Author: Brian Benchoff / Source: Hackaday When it comes to 3D printing, functional prints are still few and far between. Sure, you can print a mount for anything, a Raspberry Pi case, but there are few prints out there that are truly useful, and even fewer...

3D Printing An Entire Rocket

3D Printing An Entire Rocket

Author: Brian Benchoff / Source: Hackaday If you’re ever flying into LAX and have the left side window seat, just a few minutes before landing, look out the window. You’ll see a small airport just below you and what appears at first glance to be a...

3D Printing At The Speed Of Light

3D Printing At The Speed Of Light

Author: Will Sweatman / Source: Hackaday 3D printers now come in all shapes and sizes, and use a range of technologies to take a raw material and turn it into a solid object. We’re most familiar with Additive Manufacturing – where the object is created layer...

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