modeling

Who Else Wants to Test Print My 3D Printed RC Land Yacht?

August 9, 2017

I’m going to keep this blog post short and sweet, but my 3D Printed RC Land Yacht Project is now available for test printing! Should you want to be one of the first people (or even THE first person) to 3D print and build it, then all of .STL files are here for you to Download Now […]

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Sourcing the Electronics for the OpenRC F1 Car Project

February 3, 2016

A few days ago I completed the 3D Printing and Fitting of the Bodywork stage for the OpenRC F1 car project. The car looks great and I’m really pleased with it so far, but at the moment it’s just a pretty ornament. That’s until I fit the electronics and get some horsepower though those NinjaFlex rear […]

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3D Printing and Fitting the Bodywork to the OpenRC F1 Car

January 30, 2016

Last time I wrote about my progress with this OpenRC Formula 1 car project I’d just Completed the Rolling Chassis. Although I’d already 3D printed a little of the bodywork too I’ll explain this part here, along with any issues I had and how I resolved them. By the very nature of this project it […]

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Building the OpenRC Formula 1 Car Rolling Chassis

January 27, 2016

If you’ve read my Last F1 Project Article you’ll know that up to this point I’ve already 3D printed some of the front steering and suspension parts. I’ve also taken delivery of the nuts, bolts and screws I ordered, along with lots of new PLA plastic from colorFabb. The natural next step for me now is to […]

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MIT Convert MRI Scans into 3D Printed Models in Hours

January 4, 2016

Surgery on sensitive organs like the heart and brain carry immense risk; one mistake on the part of the surgeon can mean death for his patient. That is why modern imaging techniques like MRI and CT Scans are so important in planning for surgery as they inform surgeons about what they’re going to find in the […]

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Introduction to 3D Modeling with OpenSCAD

November 20, 2015

Purchasing a 3D printer can be quite a big financial commitment and for many people it’s not going to happen any time soon. Should this stop you from becoming involved in 3D printing? Certainly not, because while you’re saving for your first printer you can still design and invent your own products and you can […]

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