Category Archives: 3D CAD/CAM

Build a Pair of Robotic Googly Eyes

Build your very own pair of giant robot googly eyes! These eyes are built from laser cut acrylic panels and motorized using a pair of NEMA-14 stepper motors. This post is the first in a series of three posts. In … Continue reading

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Building an Enclosure using SketchUp and 3D Printing

The image above shows two enclosures for a printed circuit board design. These were designed using the inexpensive hobbyist version of CadSoft Eagle and the free maker version of Trimble SketchUp. The free version NetFabb Basic was used to check … Continue reading

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