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Making thing that have real world uses...besides upgrading the thing that made them :)

Discussion in 'Projects' started by Mikethinks, Nov 5, 2014.

  1. quazi78

    quazi78 New Member

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    My son is pretty rough on his big wheel. To the point where he shattered the front axle spacers. There are 4 of them and two of them failed. I took one of the good ones and modeled a replacement in 123D.

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  2. frank r

    frank r New Member

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    Gladiator he okay for various tools. I also designed one to hold a Samsung M3 speaker
     

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  3. WheresWaldo

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    I was able to fix a friend's inkjet printer (who still uses inkjets anymore). Don't have a picture but it was a small triangular part that broke.
     
  4. scotta

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    -1.jpg -2.jpg A combination of design, craft and 3d printing - my latest creation for a 'Midnight in wonderland party' - a steam punk mad hatter hat.
    The gauge is 3d printed with working electronics - randomly moving with my 'madness state' , the fake neon (led) also go off and on. . The goggle printed as are the other bits and pieces. Hat made from foam, araldite black paint and brass rub n buff

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:970370
    My other items are now also on thingiverse.
    http://www.thingiverse.com/scottan/designs
     

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