You can now 3D print your own iconic Bladeless fan
Designed by Daniel Mitchell, a 3-D printing enthusiast from South Africa, this bladeless fan uses an airfoil shape to suck and capture additional air, creating a cool, un-buffeted breeze. The fan is almost entirely 3D printed (the files are available to download for free) and requires a couple of extra components (a 120mm computer fan, a 12V DC power adapter, and an on/off switch). DOWNLOAD FILE NOW!
Make 3d Printed Topo Maps of Anywhere
When I was a kid I was dragged through more National Park visitor centers than I can remember. For me the highlight was the always the miniature model of whatever park it was. By exploring that model you could experience the landscape as if you are a bird (or Superman) and able to fly around. Standing in Yosemite valley looking up at Half Dome is amazing, but you only see it from one angle. The 3d model in the visitor center reveals so much more. When I got into 3d printing one of the first ...