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  • 02:50 New Carbide 3D Shapeoko XXL CNC Router Kit // 3D Carver Highlights

    Carbide 3D Shapeoko XXL CNC Router Kit // 3D Carver Highlights

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    Dave goes over the details of the massive Shapeoko XXL CNC milling monster! Get all the information you need about this gigantic 3D carver - check it out!See all the awesome Carbide3D carvers here:https://www.matterhackers.com/store/c/carbide?rcode=YTUBEE

  • 18:38 New Sci-Fi RIOT SHIELD Prop - Tutorial with Evan & Katelyn

    Sci-Fi RIOT SHIELD Prop - Tutorial with Evan & Katelyn

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    Not only did we help our pals Evan & Katelyn modify their epic water blaster, we also made a totally legit riot shield out of acrylic, steel, and vinyl. Links:Evan & Katelynhttps://evanandkatelyn.com/Bill's Mass Effect Defender Armorhttps://punishedprops.

  • 23:51 New Cut Acrylic with a Dremel

    Cut Acrylic with a Dremel

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    Convert your 3D Printer into a light duty CNC mill! Here I show cutting acrylic with a Dremel style rotary tool attached to my HyperCube 3D Printer.________________________________________________________A very special thank you to Patrons:???? Zak Gurney

  • 15:10 New My Longest 3D Print Ever! 3D Printing HUGE Space City!

    My Longest 3D Print Ever! 3D Printing HUGE Space City!

    by shubnigg Added 5 Views / 0 Likes

    This is one of the #monstrocities models from Fernando Jerez. #3dprinting this is incredibly fun because you can print it TINY or you can print it HUGE! #seanisawesomeMonstrocities by Fernando Jerez:https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3039077CLICK THESE LIN

  • 07:03 New REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURY RELIEVER

    REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURY RELIEVER

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    This week I put to good use the gift my friend and Patreon supporter Robert Klauco sent me sometime ago. I'm still recovering from a cold and the jet lag from a work related trip to china so please excuse my voice. The 3D printer used on this video:ANYCUB

  • 04:21 New THRUST VECTORING FIELD TEST

    THRUST VECTORING FIELD TEST

    by shubnigg Added 5 Views / 0 Likes

    This is a quick test of the thrust vectoring device I showed a couple of weeks ago. Next: this thing will have wheels, and I'm hoping that that will make it go straight(er).The components used on the machine:RC Transmitter --https://goo.gl/6hL8TN80A ESC B

  • 08:15 New HOW FAST WILL IT GO?

    HOW FAST WILL IT GO?

    by shubnigg Added 5 Views / 0 Likes

    I added some wheels to the EDF or better said, I added an EDF to a car. With such large prints I did not have enough time this week for a field test. I'll use the extra time to add a brake to this thing because I'm really scared of this thing going rogue.

  • 12:25 New PARTIALLY SUCCESSFUL SPEED TEST

    PARTIALLY SUCCESSFUL SPEED TEST

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    I finally made a speed test, it has it's ups and downs but this thing can roll and it rolls fast!! I had to do a few improvements for this test that worked great.The components used on the machine:RC Transmitter --https://goo.gl/6hL8TN80A ESC Brushless Sp

  • 11:40 New NEW HOOK BRAKING SYSTEM

    NEW HOOK BRAKING SYSTEM

    by shubnigg Added 4 Views / 0 Likes

    This week the beast car is saved by the new braking hook a few times, and we get a new speed record!!The wheels, bumpers and brake hook on this thing have been printed with the extremely reliable Anycubic Mega I3, check it out here:http://bit.ly/2xDeqyMAn

  • 06:16 New MY WORKSHOP IS A WARDROBE

    MY WORKSHOP IS A WARDROBE

    by shubnigg Added 10 Views / 0 Likes

    Great news for this channel!! No regular project this week but sure a very good investment for the future of this channel. Thanks to all of you that made this possible! Thanks!!Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ivanmirandaFor regular updates

  • 12:09 New I MADE IT WATER-WORTHY

    I MADE IT WATER-WORTHY

    by shubnigg Added 4 Views / 0 Likes

    You asked for it, and I delivered, I hope this one is now water-worthy, which I will test if weather allows, next week. THE TWO PRINTERS THAT I USED TO PRINT THE WHEELS:Creality CR10S US version (https://www.gearbest.com/3d-printers-3d-printer-kits/pp_778

  • 16:06 New 4.8 KW RC PLATFORM

    4.8 KW RC PLATFORM

    by shubnigg Added 3 Views / 0 Likes

    I was even planning on trying this thing as a personal transportation system, but these motors are too savage for that. Please let me know what you think I should do with these...I had to reupload the video because I messed up the audio... Sorry!If you li

  • 07:33 New WILL IT FLOAT?

    WILL IT FLOAT?

    by shubnigg Added 3 Views / 0 Likes

    Well, finally, this thing went into the water, It could have been better but it could also have been worse...Before asking on the comments you will find a few answers about this episode here:https://ivanmiranda.com/?p=1748Support me on Patreon: https://ww

  • 14:17 New TOO FAST TOO LITTLE TORQUE

    TOO FAST TOO LITTLE TORQUE

    by shubnigg Added 3 Views / 0 Likes

    The second iteration of the motor platform... it moves, it's fast... but there is no torque... But hey! There are high speed crashes!! Please leave in the comments all the upgrades you think this deserves for the next iteration... Thanks!!If you liked the

  • 07:09 New THE SECRET TO STICK PLA PARTS TO THE BED

    THE SECRET TO STICK PLA PARTS TO THE BED

    by shubnigg Added 4 Views / 0 Likes

    Due to bad weather I had to switch projects mid week. I took advantage of the situation to share with you this secret that has been asked to me soooo many times. I'm working on the second stage of the workshop and that's why the lighting is a bit odd. Als

  • 11:27 New MAKING A 3D PRINTED HOVERCRAFT #1 - LEARNING

    MAKING A 3D PRINTED HOVERCRAFT #1 - LEARNING

    by shubnigg Added 4 Views / 0 Likes

    This week I try to make a hovercraft, it wasn't a complete success but I've learned a lot and in the coming weeks I'll try to improve over my own design. At least the wiring is already done... XD-For more information on all the parts used on this project

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