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Assembly video:  https://vid.me/Kwxf   (I'd use youtube if I didn't have to give up my phone number.) Ever wish you could have some nice orderly data cables for your arduino projects without paying a surprisingly large amount for crimpers, sockets, and pins? This isn't the perfect...

copied this from thingiverse, but didn't want to download open scad to convert it. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:18339

The supplied tape for my USB Hub ( Trust 7 port ) work like sh*t so I designed a bracket for it.

infnty emblem to be used for cool stuff. I am not affiliated with nor have I ever been affiliated with infnty. Logo is their property. This is just a cool emblem I decided to make for fun

This is a 1" ball for the popular RAM mounts. It should be noted that the hole spacing is not ment to match the factroy suction bases but is smaller to be mounted anywhere you would like.

Print this out, put a folded piece of card stock with the character on it in the stand, and play game. I needed a stand for paper characters in a print and play board game, so I whipped this up in a few minutes. Works great.

This cake divider is necessary tool to create 9" checkerboard rainbow cake. 

When using a front-mounted PLA fan with the Wanhao Duplicator 4S 3D printer, there is a chance that it will hit the door covering the front of the machine. Here is a frame that will offset the door by 20mm and allow for a fan to be mounted on the front of the extruder carriage. You will...

My son was presented with an arrow upon graduation from Webelos, so he needed a place to keep and display it. So that's what this is. It's designed to be held in place with 2 push pins. We only had the big ones, so it kind of traps the arrow in the hook, which doesn't look as good but is...

My wife got these new age rolling pins - that are great but they turned out to be too large for the drawers. 3D printer to the rescue -- reasonably stylish toroids to hold them on the kitchen cabinet.

This is a pawn in the shape of a bicyclist racer suitable for table top games like Cadance by Tarang Hardikar (see resource link). At size this model has a 1"x2" base, but scales down as much as 50% without losing printability.

Honestly, it's narcissistic enough my making this and putting it up here. If you print this out I am going to wonder what's wrong with you. A 1/5 scale model of my head. It's designed to print successfully on FFF home 3D printers without needing supports. Scanned with an XBox360 Kinect. Was...