The Impossible Puzzle: Made Possible by FDM Printing

I designed this puzzle using TinkerCAD after seeing something similar by Mr. Puzzle. Traditionally, a puzzle like this requires rather sophisticated woodworking skills. However, using principles of FDM 3D printing, anyone with a 3D printer can make their own. By 3D printing the puzzle you’ll know th…By: JoshuaC263 Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


I Made a Hardwood Pokéball

Recently, I got a new wood lathe. So I decided to make this Pokeball.The ball has four different parts, which are the top red section, the mid black section, the bottom white section, and the button. For each part, I used different woods to mimic the Pokeball color. The diameter of the final product…By: Alpaca(…)


Mini Sword Made From Nail

I love knives and swords, but I do not have the equipment to make a larger knife, so I started making mini swords out of nails. Let’s get started…Tools/materials NeededLarge nail (I used a 4" double headed nail, which worked quite nicely)Blow torch (or something to heat the nail)Pliers (for holdin…By: kpkrause10 Continue Reading »(…)


Parametric Gyroscope and Robot Made With Tinkercad Codeblocks

This instructable is an introduction to the new Tinkercad Codeblocks, which let you create 3D models using drag-and-drop block code. I wanted a project that used programming ideas to create something and settled on a version of the gyroscopic fidget toys. These are made by creating a series of conce…By: huffee Continue Reading » Instructables:(…)


Pumpkin Pie Made With a Real Pie Pumpkin!

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and, for me, it’s all about the pumpkin pie! But let’s be honest, I don’t wait until Thanksgiving to start making pumpkin pie. November=Pumpkin Pie Month. Pumpkin pie is easy to make, the recipe is forgiving, and its main ingredient is squash, so it’s almost healt…By: cardamomandvanilla Continue Reading »(…)