The axe is one of the oldest tools known to mankind, and its basic design typically changes very little. The Leveraxe, however, strays from that blueprint. As a result, it's said to be more effective than a traditional axe, require less power, be safer and not get stuck in the wood.
What do you do after you've 3D-printed the world's tiniest functional power drill?
If you're Lance Abernethy, you go on to add another miniature power
tool to your Lilliputian toolbox. Abernethy's latest creation is a
working 3D-printed circular saw that fits in a briefcase slightly bigger
than a thumbnail.
If you're like a lot of people, every so often you'll find yourself
needing a screwdriver without having one to hand. The Titanium Pocket
Bit is a satisfying solution to that problem. It's a tiny, double-ended
screwdriver on a keyring that is genuinely unobtrusive and and has a
wealth of potential uses.
Fans of The Simpsons may recall an episode in which Homer, inspired by his hero Thomas Edison, decides to become an inventor himself. Among his questionable creations is an electric hammer. Well, German DIY-guy Patrick Priebe recently took a break from building laser weapons, to make a real-life version of that hammer which actually works ... sort of.