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3D printed stirling engine gas burner and flywheel

Friday, June 29th, 2018

The 3D printed Stirling Engine with its new gas burner and heavier flywheel from Do It Yourself Gadgets: Take a look at my upgraded Stirling Engine with its new gas burner and flywheel! If you take a look at my previous post you'll see how I built a 3D printed...

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A Line-us clone

Monday, February 13th, 2017

Barton Dring has a nice build log on his Line-us clone project: I have been going to the monthly Amp Hour, Hardware Happy Hour meetup.  A lot of people bring something to show.  My projects are too big.  Also, you need to bring your own power.  The meetup standard seems to be running...

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3D printable robot arm

Monday, January 19th, 2015

Andreas Hölldorfer of ChaozLabs has written up documentation on his 3D printable robot arm:  It is inspired by well known industrial robots but 3D printed. The overall goal is to build a nearly entirely printable and cheap robot arm with at least 5 degrees of freedom. Check out the videos...

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