Dexterity Problems? Lace Your Shoes with 3D Printed Magnetic Closures Thanks to the Ruiz Brothers

Noe and Pedro Ruiz, or as they’re collectively known at Adafruit, the Ruiz Brothers, never disappoint when putting together their weird, wonderful, and innovative 3D printing and electronics projects. Starting…

For the Active Photographer: Make Adafruit’s Wearable Raspberry Pi Camera in 3D Printed Case

Most of us are well aware that life here on Earth is short so we have to make the most of our valuable time. It can be easy to get…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — August 29

There’s lots of 3D printing business news this week. Gartner Inc., the world’s largest research and advisory company for information technology, reports that medicine is the sector most influenced by 3D printing…

Adafruit Creates Small but Powerful 3D Printed Raspberry Pi-based Home Computer

Buying a computer used to be something you had to plan and save money for, at least if you wanted one that would last for a while and have the…

3D Printed Pocket PiGRRL Brings 8-Bit Gaming to a Smaller Scale

The Nintendo Game Boy was a handheld video game device that exploded onto the market in 1989 (selling out of its initial shipment of one million devices to the US…

Add Portability to the Xbox with 3D Printed Game Mount for Personal Monitor

Sometimes it’s time to take matters into your own hands, and you can do that in more ways than one with the 3D printed controller game mount design just released…

The Ruiz Brothers Bring You a Creepy 3D Printed BioShock Syringe

Brothers Noe and Pedro Ruiz put together amazing 3D printing and electronics projects at Adafruit. Now they’ve built a cool, if very creepy, cosplay prop syringe from the game BioShock and its Little Sister…


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