Pinshape Featured Designs – March 30th

Pinshape Featured Designs – March 30th

In this week’s featured designs, you’ll find a number of functional assemblies and electronics projects for the weekend. Check out this week’s featured tutorial to learn how to make your 3D printed parts optically transparent. 

Low-Poly Nissan Skyline R34 GTR by DominimaDesign

DominimaDesign is back with their newest low-poly car design; the Nissan Skyline R34 GTR. Print this at full-size with a 0.1mm layer height to ensure that the wheels spin correctly. 

Balloon Boat by Thetnr

3D printed parts may not do much on water by default, but these balloon boats by Thetnr will both stay afloat and propel themselves across the water.  

Webcam Cover-Up Lego Brick with Adabot Mini Fig by Adafruit

While a simple piece of tape may technically function as a suitable webcam cover, these lego brick covers by Adafruit are sure to add some flair to your laptop. Print out the articulating Adabot for additional security! 

Infinity Mirror Clock by izleveyap

Looking for an electronics project to work on this weekend? Look no further than this infinity mirror clock by izleveyap which includes all of the instructions necessary for you to make your own. 
Modular (Endless) Spool Holder by Saran

As multi-extrusion printers become more popular, spool holders that can accommodate more than one type of filament are increasingly important. This spool holder by Saran is expandable so that you can add as many spools as you need. 

Wristband Funnel by Tim Postma

This Wristband Funnel design by Tim Postma is an assistive technology designed to help those with neurological damage handle food and drink. Tim won a med-tech device contest with this design!


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