While they’re no replacement for sound medical attention and advice, there are medical devices on Thingiverse.
To bring even more openness to the open source OUYA gaming console, its case is now 3D printable and on Thingiverse.
It may not be apparent according to the media, but numbers don’t lie, and Thingiverse numbers clearly indicate an exponential increase in the rate of uploads.
If your desk is a little cluttered and you don’t know where all your screwdrivers are, use these 3D printable Things to bring some organization into your life.
I’m not advocating anything here *cough cough* but if you happen to partake in the usage of a certain herb, there are various water pipes for your enjoyment on Thingiverse. *cough*
There are plenty of mechanical Things on Thingiverse, so with some ingenuity, these engines can be made to power those Things.
Let your creativity take flight with these printable flying machines on Thingiverse. Today’s Thing of the Week was inspired by this Japanese 3D printed ornithopter.
A lot of what’s on Thingiverse can be classified as useful, fun, or wearable, but some is scientific. Enjoy these 3D printable research tools and save some of the funding dollars for coffee.
Plastic is cheap, but it can be more valuable than gold and diamonds to the right people. I hope you’re with one of those people.