This video is about using pneumatics in the simplest way one could imagine. They have done things of sheer genius in some of the videos related to this subjec that I was wondering if we could use 3d printing to harness pneumatic qualities just by seeing what these geniuses cooked up. Remember I didn’t even watch all of this video yet. but there are many others. Pneumatics with what we do could be super cool.
I forgot to post the video. How to Make Hydraulic JCB From Cardboard - YouTube I hope that works.
That’s a lot of work. It’s cute. I wouldn’t spend the time myself, but I get what you mean. Sure, you could make something like that using 3D printing, and it would, of course, be stronger and longer lasting.
If my thermistor shows up I may try to print something. Of course it won’t be delivered today (Sunday). I wish my fan would get here too. It would be nice to have my heat creep fixed.