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3D Modeling SPACESHIP EARTH ...without CAD Software
Painting With Marbles
Tower + Tower = CASTLE
Nice project. :)A "final" step where you sum up what you learned and what was the difficulties and add some photos of the final product(like the one in the introduction) would be nice. :)
Build Your Own Portable or Stationary Firepit
Hand Powered Wooden Propeller Toy
Topographic World Map Art
Carving a Bear of Out Epoxy and Wood
Special Location Pendant
Nice project. But don't get it where the magnets are used or how to position the cubes inside another. Could you maybe add an extra step for that?
SonicSurface: Phased-array for Levitation, Mid-air Tactile Feedback and Target Directional Speakers
Concrete Barrel Waterfall Fountain Pot
Colourblind Simulation Lamp (DaltonicLamp)
Neopixel LED Skirt (motion Triggered)
Cheap Expandable Floor Piano
Wine Bottle Safe
Make Boxy Stuff Out of Obsolete Business Cards!
3D Printed Pendulum Wave (Tinkercad)
In the Box Photography
DIY Outdoor Table With Fire Pit OR Cooler!
Visualizing Chaos With the Double Pendulum
Coved Drawer Fronts
How to Cross Stitch a QR Code
TENEX - Solid State Volumetric OLED Display
Botanical Resin Jewelry
The Micro Scope | a Miniture GOTO Telescope.
Upcycled RetroPhone Lamp
Modern Tensegrity Lamp
Super-fast DIY Slide Scanner
DIY Mason Jar Solar Lantern
How to Make Arduino Smartwatch With Custom PCB
Mechanical 7 Segment Display V2
Jewelry Pegboard (DIY Accessories Included)
Wooden Puzzle Tray With Storage
The Baker's Gambit – a 3D Sugar Cookie Chess Set
Folding Side Table
Fleur De Lis (Basswood)
Deep Hole in a Small Box, a Different Take on the Infinity Mirror.
Laminated Potato Chips
Covid 19 Invader
Cryptic Calendar - With Encrypted Date Cards
Card Stock Flying Dragon Paper Airplane
Magical No Dip, One-Hand, Tri-String, Continuous Feed, Mega Bubble Wand
DIY Paper Stomp Rockets
DIY Bleach Space Shirt
Mesmerizing Magnetic Wall Clock
Embed Tinkercad Designs in Instructables
Thank you. It was my first "real" Codeblocks work, but it won't be the last.. :)
All My Hearts, Combination Puzzle Box
How to Sculpt a Hummingbird in Stone
Hexagon Insect HotelView Instructable »
Naturally Gilded Easter Eggs
How to Build a Giant Hidden Shelf Edge Clock
Copper Pipe Table Lamp
Mechanical Iris Door
Crispy Meatless BEAN BACON
Long Exposure and Astro-Photography Using Raspberry Pi
RGB 7-segment Display Clock With WS2812B
Wooden LED Gaming Display Powered by Raspberry Pi Zero
Knot Training Knot Box
Face Changing Projection Mask - Be Anything
Participative Wooden Structure
Penguin Scroll Saw Puzzle
Cement Wall Art
'Viking' Beer Mug (no Power Tools - the Bushcraft Way)
Build Yourself a Portable Home - a Mongolian Yurt
Convert Analog Camera to (partially) Digital
Edible Apple Swan
Geometric Concrete Planters Made With Paper Molds
Custom Bubble Wands - 3D Printed
Nice project and instructable, I wanted to make such a camera slider for a long time, but did not find a suitable one..One thing, maybe you could take a little bit more photos of the finished slider, there is only one at the beginning.. Or am I missing something.How much did it cost in total?
How to Make an Oil Candle From a Tile or Rock
I hat this problem for a while, but now its working.When I got it everything worked fine. Then suddenly it does not hold in position.After a few tries, and a few cool downs(this thing is getting really hot after a while when it is not working correctly) it worked. Maybe you need to hold it in the right position for a while.I think this might be "calibrated", and when it has its values set incorrectly, it needs some time until the values correct themselves.But it could also be that you parts are not correctly configured at all. I think I can remember that there are two small blue things on the bottom where you can change x/y values with a screwdriver. But there is no warranty that this will work either.
Thanks for the great Instructable and the 3D parts. I changed the one part a little so I did not have to remove the leds and the second modification was that i did not want to use two nuts per hole.
DIY Resin River Table Using Clear Epoxy Casting Resin and Wood
Hey.How much does this thing cost aprocimatly?Nice Instructables by the way.
1.3 Inches RetroPie Zero
Hacking TV Tuner to Read Earth Photos From Satellites
DIY Levitating Plant!
Thanks for that great Instructable. Good description and good assets!I have printed your cookie cutter. For anyone who prints it, please make sure to only use lead free nozzles for your printer!
I did not print it myself, but a colleague of mine has professional knowledge of printers and he did it for me.Actually there is no infill, the pieces are completely hollow.His printer is very good configured. There are 7 top and bottom layers, 3 perimeter and 0,2mm layer thickness. He uses bridging on top which is printed in 65% underspeed and 88% extrusion.Hope this will help you. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. :)
It took the printer about 20min per piece. ;)
I have "made" it. No, not really, but at least the printer did. :-DThanks for the upload of the 3D parts. :)