With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts.
Tell us about yourself!
I made a couple little tweaks to keep the pi accessible and add a couple leds for the eyes, but otherwise it followed your instructions pretty closely. Best advice I have is to order double the silicone you think you need. This one took every drop of two kits worth. Also when printing the stl, I had to scale to 200% in mattercontrol (slic3r) to get this size. This was a really fun project and taught me a lot about mold making and casting as well as working with the pi. Thanks so much for posting it!
Mega Power Bank
Make 3d Printed Topo Maps of Anywhere
Cabinet Opener - Kick to Open
A Photographic Guide to Selecting Lumber
How to make a speaker
Make A Wi-fi Webcam From An Old Android Phone
The Fibonacci Clock
Black Pepper-Garlic Chicken
How to Velvet Chicken
Low carb, high protein pizza with homemade sauce
Making and Labeling Boozey Hot Sauce
12-Step Washer/Dryer Pedestal
How To Can
900 LED display
How to Make Sodium Acetate From Household Ingredients
How To Make Kimchi
8X8X8 3D RGB LED Cube
Payphone in the Home
Program an ATtiny with Arduino
Homemade Rou Song - Chicken Floss (Dried Shredded Chicken)
How To Make a Matchbox Rocket Launching Kit
Ferment Your Own Hot Sauce
Delicious Vegetable Omelette
How To Make Your Own Sugru Substitute
3D Print Ball Bearing in one shot
Steel Etching and Marking from a DC Adapter
Crock Pot Pork Carnitas
How to Make Successful Quick Mozzarella Curds
How to make a Wide Solomon bar BELT
Join 2 million + to receive instant DIY inspiration in your inbox.
© 2016 Autodesk, Inc.