Submitted by Tobiasruby on Thu, 10/09/2014 - 15:16
I bought a new toilet with dual flushing feature but the new models do not come with pulleys - only buttons. So I made a small mechanism for adding pulleys.
Also there is a design for a door sign for my flat:-)
CaseMaker.com is a nice tool to make boxes with, but the settings has to be right.
I have been experimenting with CaseMaker, and how to find the perfect kurf for a 3 mm acrylic box.
This is my findings.
English: A screen for lyrics
Dansk: En skærm til sangtekster
My project was created from:
1x 4 mm HDF front frame
1x transparent arylic screen protector
1x "Polyethen" foam for around screen *
1x 1,5 mm MDF screen back panel
2x "Polyethen" foam for around electronics *
1x black acrylic back for det box
1x black acrylic flip stand + foot pedal
Submitted by rallevondalle on Sun, 09/28/2014 - 10:33
So, I was traveling from Copenhagen to New Delhi and needed to bring along my OT, A4 and MD. It all had to be checked baggage because of size and weight, so I decided to make them their own little "suitcase".
This can all be done with a laser cutter able to handle sizes of minimum 600 x 400 mm. If you have a Fablab around, the cost is only some time and wood, boom. NB. this is for 4mm thick material. If you are using another material, you HAVE to make a new print file from Boxmaker - otherwise it won't work.
Submitted by signecreativeroots on Sat, 09/27/2014 - 12:45
These leaves binds two events together a Park(ing) Day event and a conference on urban communities. The participants gets them at the point of arrival, write messages, words and points down on the plastic leaf. In the end of the conference they hang the leaves on trees outside at the parking lot to give back to the community where the conference is being held.
we printed 3 set of wings and we learned a new program called inkskape it helped us to make the wings.
and the body and baby rocket and baby is lite and beatiful.
The initial idea was to make a robot-animal, that being charged with solar power, could flip its wings. Unfortunately we ran out os time, designing the body and the head (the grey pointy thing, on the picture) so our main focus became getting the whole thing painted and done.
We have made an octopus. It is a decoration for our school. The height including hat is 13cm and 7½cm without the hat. The octopus is 39cm long. It is made of cardboard and we have painted it in blue and black colors.
We found the design on thingiverse.com and used 123D Make to slice it.
We used InkScape to make the sign.