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snappy-reprap - The world's most 3D printable 3D printer

  •    OpenSCAD

A parametric design for a cheap self-replicating 3D printer (reprap) that snaps together to minimize screws and non-printed parts. Under OS X, you'll need to make sure you have the Xcode command-line tools installed first. You can get them by installing Xcode from the App Store.

language-openscad - OpenSCAD language support in Atom

  •    CoffeeScript

Adds syntax highlighting and snippets to OpenSCAD files in Atom.Originally converted from the OpenSCAD TextMate bundle.

io - Input Output format handling for the JSCAD project

  •    Javascript

This repository includes all the input/output format handling for the JSCAD projects, and can also be used seperatly.This library is part of the JSCAD Organization, and is maintained by a group of volunteers. We welcome and encourage anyone to pitch in but please take a moment to read the following guidelines.

openscad-openjscad-translator - Translates OpenSCAD syntax into OpenJsCAD syntax

  •    Javascript

Node module that translates OpenSCAD syntax into OpenJSCAD syntax.IMPORTANT NOTE: This project is written against an older version of OpenSCAD (v 2011.06) which has now been superseded.

plasteac - A 3D-printed robotic dancing teapot

  •    OpenSCAD

Refer to each subproject for license information.

shimonbox - Semi-automatically generated 3D printable cases for development boards using OpenSCAD

  •    OpenSCAD

ShimonBox is an OpenSCAD project aiming at providing semi-automatically generated 3D printable cases for development boards. See pkh.me introduction blog post for more information.

splitflap - DIY split-flap display

  •    Python

This is a work in progress DIY split-flap display. Prototype four-character display: video. The goal is to make a low-cost display that's easy to fabricate at home in small/single quantities (e.g. custom materials can be ordered from Ponoko or similar, and other hardware is generally available).

openflexure_microscope - A 3D printable microscope and translation stage

  •    OpenSCAD

The OpenFlexure Microscope is a 3D printable microscope, including a precise mechanical stage to move the sample and focus the optics. There are many different options for the optics, ranging from a webcam lens to a 100x, oil immersion objective. The trick of making a microscope out of a webcam has been around for a little while, and produces good results. However, getting a nice mechanical stage to focus the microscope and move around on the sample is tricky. This project is a 3D printable design that enables very fine (sub-micron) mechanical positioning of the sample and the lens, with surprisingly good mechanical stability. It's discussed in various media articles and a paper in Review of Scientific Instruments (open access).

smart-lights - Cloud-Controlled house lights using home-grown electronics and 3D printed light switch covers

  •    Swift

This project is a hassle-free cloud connected lighting system that interfaces with standard light switches via a 3D printed lightswitch cover with a built-in servo mount (see 3DModels/ for STL and OpenSCAD code). The whole stack for this project--including firmware, hardware, server (see my conduit repo), client web appliction, and physical 3D printed components were designed and built from the ground up.

dotSCAD - dotSCAD - An OpenSCAD library

  •    OpenSCAD

These fundamental modules and functions are helpful when playing OpenSCAD. OpenSCAD uses three library locations, the installation library, built-in library, and user defined libraries. It's convenient to set OPENSCADPATH. Check Setting OPENSCADPATH in OpenSCAD User Manual/Libraries for details.