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a close up of an electric device on a table
3D Printed Stirling Engine Type Alpha by petrzmax
there is a bunch of keys hanging on the wall with some screws attached to it
Hex Key Holder by The3Designer
a paper model of a fish on top of a machine
Flying Sea Turtle
When the film spreads through the webs, it shows that a plastic straw pulled out from the poor turtle's nostrils, which used its misfortune to slightly change the world. Many people have begun to take the initiative about stop using the plastic straws, and some chain restaurants have no longer offer the plastic straws to their customers. As the matter of fact, it is not just straws that would harm the turtles in the ocean! Marine debris, plastic bags, fishing hooks, abandoned fishing nets, etc
three pictures of different parts of a plastic object on a wooden surface, including the top and bottom part
Mechanical Iris Papercraft
Inspired by the iris from Stargate SG1, deviantARTist billybob884 (Mike McDermott) creates his own papercraft version to demonstrate to us...
a small white machine on top of a wooden table
3D Printed Stirling Engine Type Alpha by petrzmax
two blue plastic objects sitting next to each other on a gray surface with grids
Strap Buckle Clip Box by yzorg
there are many air plants in the white vases on the black table and brick wall behind them
three pieces of art made out of wire on the wall next to a computer desk
3D-Printed Animal Heads: Wireframe Wildlife - Gaming
3D-Printed Animal Heads: Wireframe Wildlife
a circular table made out of metal and wood with an object in the center on top
How to Build a Precise Mechanical Planetarium
How to Build a Precise Mechanical Planetarium: Hi there! My name is Guus, I'm a 17 year old student from the Netherlands and I'm in my final year of the dutch variant of High School. At the end of High School, every student has to write their own final big paper. Usually students do literary r...