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3d Drone Printing

3d Drone Printing

Building stuff is fun. Building stuff that works is better. Websites like Thingiverse, YouMagine, Cubify and MyMiniFactory offer a variety of projects for your 3D printer. What they don’t provide are any guarantees that your creation will perform as advertised, especially when various electronic components are required. Maybe the servo that you bought is slightly different from the one you needed. Or the circuit board has the right technical specifications, but it’s of a newer model with the holes and pins at different places. There are few things more frustrating than finding out those parts you bought don’t actually fit together.   To see more, click on the image:

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