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Following links have some exciting things that we can think of making/tweaking in our technology classes.

1. Some tiny toys from Grand illusions

Strandbeest by Theo Jansen is a Dutch physicist and artist, who has created a range of wind powered Strandbeests (beach monsters). This science kit allows you to create your own miniature working model of a Strandbeest.

Helicone by PlayArts: Inspired by nature, based on the Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Angle, Watch it magically transform between a helix and a pine cone with a simple, quick twist.

.... and there are numerous others... have a look.

2. Perpetual Machines : Machine that run forever without power supply. They only use gravitational pull, once started. Watch Part1 and Part2. They are amazing

3. M & M sorter - This is mostly laser cut. If you want a 3D printed one then click here and then there are others like this one based on pneumatics.

4. Instructibles website is a good resource of projects ideas. Some examples are 4x4x4 RGB Cube and Ultrasonic Rover