Download and make your own working Geneva drive mechanism.
Added by Rob Ives on August 31, 2011 at 5:33am — No Comments
"the klik" met again!
and again in amsterdam. this time the event was the Sneakerness held there this saturday.
we brought along some old and new paperkits, build a few one the spot there (like my paperbot made out of shoe-boxes) and even sold quite a few of our kits there.
more images of our part of the event…Continue
Added by Cubotoy on August 28, 2011 at 10:46am — No Comments
just take a look at my new custom i made for Nick Knite on his mechabunny.
enjoy...the pic! …Continue
You can now download the Awvenger series for free on the following links>…Continue
Recently, I made a discovery. I once collaborated with a person here,
Elmo. Shortly after the release of his two templates, my links went down
and the templates were never downloaded.
Now, after the official discovery of the broken links, I have refreshed them
and they are ready to…Continue
Added by andy barker on August 23, 2011 at 3:59am — No Comments
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New things on www.guillainlevilain.com !!!!!!…
now available for your hot little hands and grubby paws.
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Hey everyone! In the coming weeks I am doing an exclusive toy giveaway.
I will be releasing a brand new template, and giving away a very limited ammount.
Anybody who follows @St30created in the next two weeks will be automatically registered to win this exclusive, signed template.
The templates will be distributed September 10th, via emails in pdf format, or other requested formats.
A maximum of 5 templates will be distributed based off of the number…Continue
5 new custom models on 3eyedbear. Amongst them this bear by Merrci. Oh yeah.
Turn the handle and the drive wheel engages with the cross turning it quarter of a turn at a time. Use this project to explore how the Geneva Stop mechanism works or as the starting point for your own design.
Added by Rob Ives on August 21, 2011 at 6:54am — No Comments
Shows location, a fantastic medieval church with the tomb of a Knight Templar:…Continue