Hacked Household Gadgets Turned Them Into Something Else (Repurpose Stuff)
Sep 05, 2013 19:32
RCA graduate David Steiner didn't want to use a 3D printer to make some gadgets. Instead, he decided to see if he could them using what he found in his own home. Sounds like Steiner is a natural born MacGyver.
From that concept he began examining component parts around his place. “The washing machine was first; almost everyone has their own in the UK and I was fascinated by the vast size of the object in relation to the amount of time we use it.”
The kitchen provided the tools and final products, and you can take a look a the process where it shows a glimpse into a DIY factory producing many day to day things from day to day stuff.
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