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Pi-Top: The 3D-printable Raspberry Pi laptop anyone can build   Check out http://arduinohq.com  for cool new arduino stuff!

In the interests of making computer-building -- and computers -- accessible to all comes the Pi-Top, a do-it-yourself, Raspberry Pi laptop.

Strooder, The 3D Printer Filament Extruder: http://3dprint.com/3026/strooder-3d-printer-filament-extruder-kickstarter/

Every day, thousands of spools of plastic printer filament are being put to use, making all sorts of imaginative little objects. A large portion of that filament however, goes to waste.

3ders.org - Plastic garbage becomes 'ink' for 3D printers | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

It is a hopeful development when innovation, community, and environmental improvement dovetail; the project Perpetual Plastic which uses plastic garbage to make 'ink' for printers may be considered one such development.

Engineer Creates a Unique 3D Metal Printer for Just $2 — Prints in Gold, Platinum, Iron & More http://3dprint.com/47065/argentinian-3d-metal-printer/

In fact, take away all those zeros, and you're left with the price that Argentineans engineer Gastón Accardi paid to create his very own metal printer prototype: two dollars.

Have you got a 3D printer?  Do you want to be awesome?  Download and print this 3D Printed 11 Gear Mobius Strip (bearings not included).  We <3 Gears.

Why would you need a flexible 11 gear mobius strip? 11 adjoining hypoid gears, plus the added benefit of poloidal.

3D printed Möbius Gear Will Melt Your Mind: This Möbius gear is absolutely mind-bending, and almost impossible to describe. It’s a toothed gear that only has one side, made by Berkeley robotics student Aaron Hoover using various 3-D printing methods. He was puzzling over an animation of such a gear in action and convinced himself that it could be made in real life. He turned out to be right.

Real Möbius Gear Will Melt Your Mind: This Möbius gear is absolutely mind-bending, and almost impossible to describe. It’s a toothed gear that only has one side, made by Berkeley robotics student Aaron Hoover using various printing methods. He was puz