Posts that were written by Matt Griffin

Shared On YouMagine — Simple Camera Slider by Daniel Norée


Daniel Norée, instigator behind the popular OpenR/C Project, shared a down-and-dirty camera slider that is outfitted with pockets for Lego motor mounts for LEGO Mindstorm camera automation! Shared On YouMagine — Simple Camera Slider by Daniel Norée: I needed a simple camera slider and so I made one. This is basically a quick´n dirty design […]

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Shared on YouMagine – Cell holder for walking stick and Selfie Stick by Delaware


Handy smartphone mounting project from Delaware makes efficient use of the walking stick’s shaft for positioning the smartphone and the base of the grip for locking the phone in a rigid upright position. From smartphone photography (including using an intervalometer app for capturing the story of a hike at a regular interval) to GPS and […]

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Shared On YouMagine – Pi noIR Case with Spotlights and extensions by Matt


Physicist and maker Matt “Arcmatt” has been contributing a suite of helpful add-ons for his Printrbot Simple Metal, (including this gorgeous electronics enclosure). Many of these projects are perfect for any desktop printer — especially this one! Shared on YouMagine — Pi noIR Case with Spotlights and extensions by Matt: Similar to my Pi noIR […]

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Shared On YouMagine – Tetrominoes (Tetris Pieces) by Brad Vaughan


Brad Vaughan designed a set of tetromino blocks and trays, including a larger kid friendly set. (Get them addicted to Tetris-objects early!) But as he warns: “No guarantees on that though. Kids will be kids.” Shared On YouMagine – Tetrominoes (Tetris Pieces) by Brad Vaughan: Obviously what this world needs is MORE tetromino designs. This […]

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Shared on YouMagine – Cable Reel by shinytoaster


Handy cable reel design brings the spirit of your 3D filament spools to your workshop or workstation. Shared on YouMagine – Cable Reel by shinytoaster: “You can extend / retract by turning one part against the other. Make sure the cable is not tightly wound to reduce fatigue on the conductors in the cable.” Visit […]

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Shared On YouMagine – Conservation of energy / Circular motion by Keller Andre


Keller Andre from Switzerland has been sharing a series of interesting 3D printed physics experiments for students. The way they are produced and how they can be presented make them tangible, physical “infographics” as well, each constituent part clearly enough to also inspire ways to adapt the components to explore other fundamental principles of physics. […]

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Shared On YouMagine – 3D Printed Loom by XYZWorkshop


An excellent print-to-learn project from the XYZWorkshop team, exploring how traditional wooden looms function. And while it is a work in progress, it appears to be going really well! 3D Printed Loom by XYZWorkshop: …inspired by our recent visit to RMIT Fashion and Textiles University in Melbourne and seeing all those wooden looms we made […]

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Watch YouMagine for the Ultimaker Gumball Challenge pieces from Maker Faire Bay Area 2016!


Keep your eyes peeled for a slew of new chibi designs popping up on YouMagine over the weekend. The Ultimaker team invited four schools to participate in the Ultimaker Gumball Challenge. River Bend Middle School, Virginia Saint Ann’s School, New York Comstock High School, Michigan Advanced Learning Center, Utah Each school was sent 1000 gumball […]

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