It is here you'll find all sorts of 3D printed parts for your Atari, Apple, Commodore 64/128, VIC-20, Amiga, Texas Instruments computers and other interesting applications. If you have any questions about the products you see here, or have a need for a part you don't see, please do send us a message. We'll respond to you as soon as we can.
We are also beginning to feature difficult to find Commodore electronics projects. Be sure to watch for new additions.
Somebody modelled greyprints for a RasPi 4 case that looks like a miniature BeBox. A circuit board for implementing the blinkylights on the front can be purchased from OSHpark.
An open source VR headset with SteamVR support for $200us. Steam VR support. Natively displays 2K resolution at 120FPS. Compatible with Arduino. Experimental Body-Tracking. Relativty is not a consumer product. We made Relativty in my bedroom with a soldering iron and a 3D printer and we expect you to do the same: build it yourself.
A collection of greyprints for Construx parts.
ExoMy is a fully 3D-printed rover inspired by ExoMars. ExoMy's hardware and software is fully open source and extensive building and assembly instructions are available for the rover. Customizable. Six wheels, adaptive suspension. Can be remotely controlled.
Greyprints for 3d printing a modular hard drive rack. Modular. Mount a bunch of standard PC hard drives vertically. Bolt some fans onto the side to blow air across them and keep 'em cool. Seems like this would be an ideal setup to use with some hot-swappable drive connectors.
Downloaded to Windbringer. Fab, rivet into Leandra's chassis to replace the awkward steel drive backet that requires pulling out all the cards.
An open source 3d scanner built around multiple RasPi single board computers and an equal number of digital cameras (between 3 and 5, inclusive). This is a fairly complex build, definitely not for beginners.
Open source greyprints for Braille polyhedral dice.
Github repo for the MIT RFID ring kit. Includes greyprints for fabbing your own rings.
.stl files for the Vampire, a quadcopter drone the superstructure of which is fully 3d printable.
Following the Terms of Service change at Thingiverse, archive.org downloaded the whole bloody thing and put it online. The tarball's 81 gigabytes in size, so I hope you've got some disk space...
The Universal Construction Kit is a set of open source components that you can fab on a 3D printer, which allows the user to hook together different construction kits without duct tape or twist-ties. The components make it possible to use Lego, Duplo, K'Nex, Lincoln Logs, and other construction kits in the same project simultaneously.
The whole set can be downloaded as a .zip file from the website.
The .stl files carry a Creative Commons By Attribution/Noncommercial/Share Alike v3.0 license.
Note that the .stl files are in inches, not mm. Double-check the settings of your 3D printer before fabbing!
A how-to for building a 3D printer which uses organic or biological materials for its feedstock instead of inorganic materials.
E-Nabling the Future is a community of makers, 3D printing hackers, and makers who design, build, and manufacture prosthetic hands and arms for children.
This site does pretty much what it says on the tin - it lets you design your own sex toys using a web browser. You can download the STL files and fab them on a 3D printer for personal use.
Highly extensible control software for 3D printers. Can run on a standard sbc like a raspi. Works with many printers.
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