3dpBurner. An Open Source 3D printed laser cutter/engraver.

3dpBurner is an open source laser cutter/engraver CNC machine. It is created with the same RepRap concept, by using 3D printed parts and some easy to find "vitamins" (non printed hardware). I tried to design as cheap as possible, by using comon electronics and a "low power" laser (a laser diode). The X/Y working area is fully customisable by simply cutting the rods to desired length. The max object height f ...

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3D BRD Viewer

Overview 3D BRD Viewer is a free tool to visualize CadSoft EAGLE PCB Designs in 3D. You can drag your .brd file anywhere on this page and have a full 360 degree view of how your board will appear after assembly. Models The tool currently has close to two hundred 3D models of different components. We've tried to include the most used packages, but we can't account for every device out there, and probably you ...

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3D LED Cube using arduino

The 3D LED Cube is a really cool device that enables you to see in three dimensions, get some depth perception and has 512 LED's or 512 pixels. It is based on an arduino uno which is an Atmel AVR microcontroller on a development board with some standard interfacing pinouts that allow you to quickly assemble prototypes. Step 1: 3D LED Cube Hardware The best way to look at the hardware system is to break it u ...

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ARDUINO Laser 3D Tracking or Range Finder

The idea of using triangulation for distance measurements is well known since Pythagorean time, when his brilliant formula become available for mathematicians. What is new in this design, is lasers power control via “blooming” effect of CMOS camera. Here this “negative” effect was put to work instead of ADC. No need high price “no-blooming” camera! (More information on this link: http://dpanswers.com/conten ...

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DIY 3D Controller using an Arduino

Make a 3D interface using an six resistors, aluminum foil, and an Arduino. Take that, Wii. Update: a much more thorough explanation of this project is available from Make Magazine. It might be easier to follow their instructions, and I think their code is more up to date. The basic goal here was to make a 3D hand-position sensing system that most people can build, while still preserving some semblance of fu ...

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DIY 3D Laser Scanner Using Arduino

Maker Alessandro Grossi sent us this great DIY build for a 3D scanner built using a laser, a DSLR, and an Arduino controller. Allesandro is a Mechanical Engineer, holding a Ph.D. in product design. His day job involves helping designers and manufacturing firms develop and optimize products by means of FEM analisys and Computational fluid dynamics. This is just what he does for fun. You can read the project ...

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