Category Archives: 3D fabrication

SpeakerGen – parametric 3d printed speaker enclosures

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Rich Olson writes, “I just put together an OpenSCAD script that can generate optimized loudspeaker enclosures based on driver’s audio parameters. Intent of course is to 3d print speaker enclosures…” For more information visit Rich’s NothingLabs blog. Via the contact … Read more

BotQueue open source 3d printer over web control software

Developer Zach Hoeken and his friends at BotQueue have released the code for their software which allows 3D printer conrol over the internet. They call it BotQueue. BotQueue lets you control multiple 3D printers through the Internet and turn them … Read more

The Turbo Entabulator – a 3D-printable, fully mechanical computer

Chris Fenton has released the files allowing you to build your own 3D printable mechanical computer. This is is a simple, 3D-printable (caveat: It requires some springs, bearings, rubber bands, and nuts/bolts), fully-mechanical computer. It has 3, single-digit base-10 counters … Read more

The Liberator: 3D-printed pistol

Cody R. Wilson is a 25-year-old University of Texas law student working to build semiautomatic weapons using 3D printers. As depicted in this video, his efforts thusfar have concentrated on the part of an AR-15 semi-automatic rifle known as the … Read more