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This drone features in the 2013 film, Oblivion. It is seen in numerous scenes and has a similar aesthetic look to the bubble ship that can be found here
The new MakerBot Labs Experimental Extruder opens up the MakerBot Replicator+ 3D printer to third party filaments and experimental settings.
For this weeks project you can now create a rotating, 3D printed, lithophane lamp that lets you turn your favorite photos into a moving lantern of memories.
Want to learn more about what happens at an online 3D printing service? Take a peek behind the scenes at Shapeways factories in NYC and Eindhoven.
Push the limits of your Arduino with a different OS! Read on for some things to consider and a few great Arduino operating system options.
Who needs a 3D printer? Instructable shows how to make a fake color 3D print by stacking a series of 2D images printed on paper. Magic!
Moyupi is an intriguing new Kickstarter campaign, based in Madrid, to provide kids (and kidults) with 3D printed toys based on 2D drawings.
If you enjoy cold brewed coffee then this Instructables design might interest you as it offers the ability to 3D print a six flask cold coffee brewer.
If you want to build 3D objects in a Minecraft style, LeBlox offers an interesting approach. All you need is a smartphone and some time.
With a pair of affordable new machines for consumer and commercial use, the Monoprice 3D printer stakes a claim for category leader.
These men were sent to prison before experiencing life as an adult. 20 years later, they're learning how to live in today's world with VR.
The California startup Relativity Space Inc. is building rockets at a faster and more affordable rate using only gigantic 3D printers.
Who needs a 3D printer when you have a hot glue gun? This Hackaday project from Donald Papp shows us how to use molten PLA filament to glue 3D printed objects together.
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