well , i wanted to design and build a robotic arm for some automation that i want to do and there is no doubt that seeing your own creations work is awsome , if you want to take a look , you are more than welcome o do so ! ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2QkaCshTuE
GeneralDiscuss on the "General" forum for the DIY group on Thingiverse.
what do you guys think ? the results are not the best , but its our project and we will keep improving it , no matter what ! i hope you enjoy it too ! and i also hope to earn your sub since we are doing a lot of work for those projects !!
I am designing some mountaineering equipment for a friend. I would like to do as much of it in plastic as possible in an effort to keep it all as light weights as possible. The parts are going to see repeated impacts and need to retain their form, they also need to not become brittle in the cold, what materials can I use for this?
those are some 3d printed upgrades that i made to renovate my closet to fit all of my scuba gear since i dont have enough space in my apartment and i need to have them somewhere tidy! feel free to check it out !
As part of a school project where I am investigating how viable a recycling filament extruder is for hobbyists, I have set up a small survey so I can get an understanding of how the average person uses their printer and filament. I am doing this as the information I collect will allow me to come to a conclusion whether hobbyists should recycle their waster prints in a filament extruder. I will do this by comparing the trends from the survey to the amount of money and time it takes to make my own filament extruder.
You don't have to own a filament extruder to take this survey and it should take less than 3 minutes. It should also go without saying that all information in anonymous.
I really appreciate your help and look forward to being able to give back to the community in the same way you have helped me!
Here's the link to the survey:
If you wanted some more information about filament extruders here are some great websites to have a look at:
All3DP's breakdown of different extruders you can build/buy and some general information:
Ian Mcmill's Instructable on how to build a DIY filament extruder:
greetings everyone , i post this video to demonstrate how easy it is to design a functional part that fits your needs without having to print it multiple times
so maybe watch the 3min tutorial i made and express your opinion in the comment section ! your help means the world to me !!