As weird as it sounds, this is a dot display where every dot is moved by a servo which flips it 180 degrees. Each dot is white on one side and black in the other. This is good for nothing, it is not scalable nor useful but it has been lots of fun to build.
A 3D printed ukelele, in one piece, in one go, put pegs and strings on it and it can be played. Just like that!
Yep, you read well, the boards are printed in one go, and trucks and wheels are also 3D printed, all is PLA. Each board weighs almost 2Kg and needed an extra large spool to be made.
I've made a few letters with my big printer, two parts, the exterior/back in black PLA and the top/front cover in white PLA as a diffuser. Inside a few strips of WS2812b leds, a batterie, a 5v to 3,3v converter and an esp8266 that allows each letter color to be changed, hell'a'cool letters these are!
This is a musical device which allows for up to eight notes on each disk to be programmed with push pins, then you'll only need to rotate the crank to get a nice (or not) melody. It has an integrated midi to audio module so it can be used even with earphones.
An odd invention with really nice results. This dolly allows for very nice timelapses on any flat surface and can make curves, straights or even rotate on itself.
The incredible one button game is here, with a mangled game system and no logic whatsoever, countless hours can be spent on this alien device.
A fantastic insight on how to make a wonderful one button game, don't miss any detail!
A highly discussed title nonetheless, the world smallest outlet, with a tiny Lithium Ion battery inside and a disassembled inverter, it lasts like 3 minutes but those 3 minutes are flawlesss!!
This is the making of the SpeedTest3000 a wonderful machine with messy innards.
This is a two person game that I've made, it is rechargeable and it is a response time game. Quite simple but also quite entertaining.
This is my first self made big printer, it is a bit rough around the edges but I've printed with this one an incredible amount of parts and is tremendously reliable (if you know how to treat it). There are no plans, models or STLs of this one, I designed it on the fly modifying and reprinting things as needed, I'm not sure if even I could replicate it.
I've designed a 3D printed tripod compatible with my Hama tripod bought on Amazon so I can have a few tripods which I can use without removing the hot shoe of my main camera. Not a big project but very useful indeed.
Here it is, the home for our holidays. We've done up to 4.500 Km in a single trip in 15 days on this beauty. A camper 2006 Scenic II with a whopping 85 Bhp 1.500 cc diesel engine. Here I show you the final product and I explain a few why's and why nots. What a ride!!
This is the second iteration of the DIY lasercut violin, it has been improved, the pegs are regular violin pegs and it has guide holes so the assembly process is as easy as it can get. In the other hand this adds a lot of manual work to give it a proper finish... You can check the project page for the files to download here.
This is my friend Xabi testing the first iteration of the laser cut violin, Thanks Xabi!
This is the first versión I made, it included some 3D printed parts and the pegs where hand made. There are no files of this one, and I cannot find them...
I'm working on filling this with the latest videos hope to get to speed soon!!
This week I shared a secret being asked to me soooo many times, I know there are other tricks and most probably better ones, but this one requires no extra product or substance and can be done by anyone anywhere. Enjoy!