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Archive for the ‘Paper Crafts’ Category

postheadericon Pocket Laser Engraver

Check out this
“>tiny laser engraver
from instructables user Groover. Using easily sourced and salvaged parts including and a couple optical drives and an Arduino, Groover was able to assemble a unit that, though low power, is able to mark wood and cut paper.

postheadericon Folded Metal Bunny


This metal rabbit (actually the Stanford Bunny model) is folded from a single laser-cut steel sheet, designed with Origamizer. The project is a collaboration between Tomohiro Tachi, Kenny Cheung, Erik Demaine, and Martin Demaine at MIT. Check out the time-lapse video of its construction:

postheadericon Paper Sculptures by Matt Shlian



Teacher, paper engineer, and artist Matt Shlian created these stunning sculptures from paper. Reminds me of a single-color Jen Stark! [via Cool Hunting]

postheadericon Resistor Value Color Computer Wheel, Japanese Version

A commenter on Monday’s post about Rob Ives’ free downloadable resistor color wheel computer pointed us to the Japanese-language site of Ikkei Electronics, which provides this PDF created in 2007, and apparently dated to 1976, showing this cool hand-drawn-and-lettered version of the same idea. [Thanks, ikkei!]

postheadericon Resistor Value Color Computer Wheel, Japanese Version

A commenter on Monday’s post about Rob Ives’ free downloadable resistor color wheel computer pointed us to the Japanese-language site of Ikkei Electronics, which provides this PDF created in 2007, and apparently dated to 1976, showing this cool hand-drawn-and-lettered version of the same idea. [Thanks, ikkei!]