Low Cost Bioprinter

The goal of this project is to develop a low-cost bioprinter to make bioprinting more accessible to research institutions. Currently, low-end bioprinters cost approximately $10,000 while high-end bioprinters cost approximately $170,000. In contrast, our printer can be built for approximately $375. Supplies: Parts: Ramps 1.4: https://www.amazon.com/HiLetgo-Control-Printer-Su...Arduino mega 2560: ht ...

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A FRENCH CLEAT TWIST ON ELECTRONICS BENCH ORGANIZATION

For some of us, our workbench is where organization goes to die. Getting ready to tackle a new project means sweeping away a pile of old projects, exposing exactly as much bench space needed to plop down the new parts. On the other end of the spectrum lie those for whom organization isn’t a means to an end, but an end itself. Their benches are spotless, ready to take on a new project at a moment’s notice. [ ...

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Flip-It! – the World’s Dumbest Game?

https://youtu.be/1QCvlQLj2JA Origins: This is a game I developed over a couple of years 2018-2019 It was originally called "Stupid Flip" and came out of my interest in creating simple and fun interactive games that could also be used for teaching coding. This is about the simplest game imaginable and involves flipping an arm from one player to another with a card (token) attached to the end with a magnet. T ...

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FS-Touch Bed Levelling Tool

https://youtu.be/RZ0BV73TAOc Tired of trying to get the perfect levelled 3D printer bed? Frustrated with guessimating the proper resistance between nozzle and paper? Well, FS-Touch will help you measure this pinching force quantitatively and achieve quick and accurate bed levelling in no time. Features of this bed levelling(proper term is tramming) tool: Works with all types of beds: metal, glass, ...

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Edge 3D Printer 1.0 – an Affordable Open Source 3D Printer!

Hello everyone! In this instructable I will show you how to make a low cost 3d printer that I designed! It should cost around $150 US dollars or $175 Canadian dollars, if you buy from the links provided in this project (parts are from Aliexpress). You can also buy locally but it will cost more (about $300- $400 instead of $150).The print bed size is 5.5"x6"x6". Update: Version 3.0 will be posted on Feb 8 20 ...

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A SUPER EASY LASER ENGRAVER

CNC comes in all shapes and sizes, from huge industrial lathes to homebuilt wire benders. [MJKZZ] has built their own compact rig, using optical drive parts to create a cute but effective laser engraver. (Video embedded below.) The build aims to keep things simple by holding the laser stationary, and moving the bed instead. The laser in question is a 500 mW unit, driven by the Z axis on the Arduin ...

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DIY CNC for 60$ (Large Work Area)

Hi there I've been here after a long time, and this time I've made a huge project as compared to my earlier ones. This is a full-sized 250 mm X 300 mm work area CNC machine and more interesting things is that it was made in 60$ only. I got some time in my summer vacations and this time I thought to make something apart from my daily work,I can say that it is a fully functional prototype. It is a full versio ...

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Arduino: CNC Machine / Part 2

Hey guys this is part 2 of my Arduino CNC machine! Thanks to you guys you motivated me to make my next part into building this! This is me building the y-axis on the CNC machine. Hope you guys enjoy! Step 1: Patreon As you may or may not know, I am Kester. I have a YouTube channel that is based on making electronics videos and diy videos and tutorials. As me making lots of videos and putting time and lots o ...

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ARDUINO WIRE BENDER PROBABLY WON’T KILL ALL HUMANS

Do you want to make your own springs? Yeah, that’s what we thought. Well, blow the dust off of that spare Arduino and keep reading. A few months ago, we let you know that renowned circuit sculptor [Jiří Praus] was working on a precision wire-bending machine to help him hone his craft. Now it’s real, it’s spectacular, and it’s completely open source. Along with that ‘duino you’ll need a CNC shield and a ...

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Massive Operation board game created using Arduino

If you are going to the Philadelphia Mini Maker Faire next month taking place on October 6th 2019 a massive Operation board game will be on show created by SPOT Technology. Measuring 9 feet tall the oversized version of the Operation board game created by Hasbro is powered by Arduino circuitry and micro controllers. Check out the video below to learn more about the controlling 3 axis CNC-style arm which all ...

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A New Era of 3D Printing With Cel Robox’s Root, Mote and Tree!

C Enterprise Ltd., the company behind the amazing 3D printer Cel Robox, is now back on stage with some new upgrades and plug-ins: Root, Mote and Tree! Imagine that you will be able to control your 3D printer missions remotely where you can also control not only one printer, but multiple of them! Robox is not another 3D printer, the 20-micron accuracy printer is a micro-manufacturing platform. The precise po ...

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Control Nema Stepper Motor With Arduino

Lots of People want to build Them own small Cnc machine . they started with drives stepper motor but they stacked in controller Programming . In this instructable Robokits will provide Resource to control your Stepper motor with Arduino . before Programming we have to learn some basics Related to Stepper motor . What is stepper motor ? A stepper motor is a brushless, synchronous electric motor that converts ...

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