The latest iteration of the handiHand, an arduino Mega driven robotic hand.
The first iteration of the handiHand robotic hand.
The second iteration of the handiHand robotic hand.
One of the more complex parts of the handiHand design. The wrist and fingers both attached to this component.
The strength of 3D Printed PLA parts is highly dependent on temperature.
Servo motor mount for easy assembly. The interferance fits were very strong, but still plyable enough for quick assembly.
Sometimes you need to bite the bullet, and design your own support material to accomplish the results you are after.
Brims vastly decrease print curl while affecting the rest of the print very little. Remember, even though your slicer can take care of this, you can design brim into your model if you need to.
The table and chairs designed in FreeCAD, sliced by Slic3r, and built all on FOSS (Free and Open Source Software).
Our very first practical design, modelled in OpenSCAD. A child accessible potty hook. It worked out great. This is a batch of six.
A part to convert a surplus hairdryer into a heat gun. The hairdryer did not succeed for long. Designed in OpenSCAD.
Canadian motorcycle license plate holder. Designed in OpenSCAD and LibreCAD.
Note your filament size setting in your slicer and printer. Using the wrong setting yields interesting results.
Virtual reality headset for use with Google Cardboard among other Applications. Mount your phone to you face. Found on, and printed from thigiverse.
I needed a case for a Raspberry Pi. Found on, and printed from thigiverse.