This is a video of South Korean Youtuber 3D Sanago using a 3D printing pen to craft an impressive Blastoise figure, then adding all the necessary components to make it a functional humidifier. That’s cool. Now make me a showerhead that looks like Magikarp! That’s always been a dream of
Because why not make mowing the lawn as enjoyable as possible, maker of things Matt Thompson created this custom push lawnmower upgrade, featuring a beer holder (and bottle opener), as well as places for his chips and salsa, and a phone holder for watching sports. There also appears to be
This is a video of the very talented Devon of MechanicalFiend constructing an impressive miniature of Jack Skellington’s house from The Nightmare Before Christmas. She does a fantastic job (complete with lighting effects!), and I imagine if you had the prerequisite skill level and know-how, you could almost follow along
This is a video of maker of things The Q building a mid-century home inspired aquarium, complete with garage with a car in it. The main home has a hole connecting the first floor to the second, and the second floor is connect to the garage via a tube. Man,
This is a video of clock builder Shinsaku Hiura constructing and demonstrating the ‘Casino Clock’ a clock thqt flips cards to tell the current time in the style of one of those mid-century analog flip clocks. Zeros are represented by jokers, aces are one, jacks are 11, and the queen
Because having to use your hands sucks (I’m dictating this), Youtuber The Q developed a hands-free umbrella hood made out of PVC. That’s cool, plus you look like an armadillo — and you know what I think about armadillos. “They’re like rolly pollies with tits.” Exactly.
Inspired by the weapon in the video game Hood: Outlaws and Legends, this is a video of Youtuber Black Bear Projects crafting a triple arrow wrist-mounted crossbow from start to finish. Following his video is a great way to build your own triple arrow wrist-mounted crossbow. Following his video is
In Metal Gear Solid news, this is a video from the fun-loving Finnish couple of Beyond The Press at a factory to see how a 10-ton bevel gear is machined. How are they machined? Very slowly, and it takes about two weeks to finish one gear. For reference, if I