Mike Z's picture

Catapult by Ziegler

This a small and simple calapult for the office table. All you need is a 170mm by 120mm hdf plate, a small super glue (i used one from "Tiger") and 2 rubber bands. Make shure they are not too big, otherwise do as i did on the picture (use the frontplate for the shooting arm and twist the rubber band around several times).

I hope you will have fun with it.

- M. Ziegler S.

Bine Lehmann's picture

Plexi Display Case

Glue Acrifix 116
Buy an empty tube at the Pharmacy with a tiny nostril and fill it with the glue
because this tube lets out much too much glue

its easy to wipe leftover glue away
but unhandy when u work inside eg a box

it is totally transparent
no white fume shaddows

U need no space between the plates

pretty thin substance - but thicker than say Acetone

ordinary tape holds perfectly - tape the elements together in the right position

benjamin kongshaug's picture


i am a normal size pencil case with a living hinge opening mechanism, picture coming soon.
Print me, glue me up, and then you are good to go. with this design everything makes sense once you have me in your hands, which partes that go where, your life, you name it.
hope you put me to good use.

CarlEmail's picture

iPad Air 2 Case 1.1

Case for hanging an iPad Air 2 from a wire.

Lost's picture

Wall climbing suction car

As part of a project for innovating stuff, we came up with an idea of a wall-climbing robot. This machine uses a turbine for making enough thrust to be held against the wall. More files will come soon

The parts:
The frame was made by a 200mm * 200mm * 4mm board,
and by using the laser cutter the hole and spaces for the structure was made.

We also 3D-printed the supporting frame for the turbine, these fit into holes
on the frame, and also to curve around the turbine.

anders's picture

Wall clock


I made a wall clock at the Fablab, and here's the story, in all it's glory, with all my mistakes, so you can learn from them :)

Guldfaxe's picture

Looping Louie

Looping Louie expansion from 4 to 8 players.

Peter Bach's picture

Cylinder box

The curving wood piece for this box needs to be a little longer than the actual perimeter of the inner circle for it to be able to reach the whole way around. The sides run in a groove with build in self-locks in the bottom piece.

Peter Bach's picture

Gift box with curving hdf and logo lock

The vertical walls of this gift box are made from one piece of wood. The logo is cut tightly and serves as the 'lock'. No glue. No screws.

Peter Bach's picture

Square lantern

This lantern projects really well. It assembles by turning the bottom part. No glue. No screws. I put in a suspended piece of metal to absorb the heat from the candle to protect the hdf and sprayed the whole thing with spray varnish.