Just imagine the chaos in the control room when this thing starts spinning!!!
My son wanted a yo-yo. I made him a yo-yo. I modified some existing 3D models to suit my purpose and printed them out in silver PLA. Now this much fun can belong to you too.
Cut a section of chopstick and insert in both halves of the yo-yo shells.
Wax string with birthday candle and attach to yo-yo.
Spin it up and let it rip!
This is 3D printed in organically sourced PLA plastic. When you are done with it, throw it in your compost.
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I love that ideas can jump off a napkin, onto a computer, and off of a print bed; from idea to reality.
I have been 3D printing for a short time. I initially began my foray into electronics and 3D printing with a Raspberry Pi workshop attended with my son. Together we built a web-interfaced rover tank that could stream video via wifi.
Since then I have been playing reindeer games with flying robots, quadcopters and drones.
I am looking forward to developing my work into something that will help people learn, or help those in need of emergency assistance.