We here at Obsessively Geek are excited to announce that we are one of the partner hubs chosen for the 3D Print Anything, Anywhere - integration on 3D Hubs. This means that anyone surfing Thingiverse.com can have any of the 3D Printable files printed for them. It is extremely helpful for people who do not own a 3D Printer. Just go to Thingiverse.com and have any file you want, printed at a partner hub. For more information see 3D Hubs original post.
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When I first received my Apple Watch I was annoyed that Apple didn't include or even sell some kind of dock with anything but the ridiculously expensive models. I know I only bought an Apple Watch Sport, but still, it feels pretty bad just laying it on a table. Any movement of the cord moves the whole watch, always leaving me struggling against my fears of it falling off of the table. I searched for docks, but none of them were available at launch. Thingiverse had a few, but most of them didn't meet my needs. I wanted a watch and iPhone combo dock, that was still compact. So I started designing one. My objective for the design were that it should be able to dock both my Apple Watch, and iPhone 6 Plus, yet still be compact, and look good while doing it. After a week of intensive designing, I settled on this design:
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After speaking with my friends over at Wearable Today, I was inspired to design a Qi charging dock for the Moto 360 smartwatch. I worked on it on and off and finally came up with a sweet 3D Printable Moto 360 dock. Because why pay $40 for an extra charger? When you can 3D print your own and buy a cheap Qi charging module for it, all for under $20.