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ACCD Pasadena students print a rubber band-powered Cirin RC car with a top speed of 30 mph. Give a kid one of these, and he’ll be hooked onto printing for the rest of his life.

3D printed carbon fiber RC car powered by a rubber band http://www.industrytap.com/students-3-d-print-rc-car-plastic-carbon-fiber-propel-5m-elastic-band/26091

Gallery: Cirin the 3D-printed Rubber Band Car

Cirin RC Car - A printed remote control car with a 30 mph top speed and a 500 ft range; powered by a 16 ft long rubber band (wound by a power drill) that disperses energy to a carbon fiber driveshaft. Hell on wheels with a carbon conscious footprint.

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I have a Mega fun hobby, Man I'm so doing a legend of zelda version for RJ!

3D Printed Flex Bands for Apple Watch designed by Maria Cichy //

Printed Flex Bands for Apple Watch by Maria Cichy - watch outlet online, pocket watch, watch bracelet *ad

3D-printed clock 3d printed Mechanical parts Maker/DIY The most recent prototype, which works great! It's been running accurately for a week so far.

Sky Viper v2400HD Streaming Video Drone - AUTO Launch, Land, Hover 2016 Edition

clock printed Mechanical parts Maker/DIY The most recent prototype, which works great! It's been running accurately for a week so far.

Bespoke Innovations | 3D-printed prosthetic limbs.

Printers Deliver Competitive Alternative to Traditional Prosthetic Limbs : Make Parts Fast

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3-D Printers, Explained

The New York Times is featuring a wonderful exploded view of a MakerBot Thing-O-Matic printer illustrated by Frank O’Connell. via MakerBot

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