Gaming With Muscular Dystrophy Thanks To Ben Heck And Sugru

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Ben Heckendorn’s custom controllers for people with physical disabilities are always a great point of inspiration. Each video supplies new things for you to learn, should you want to tackle one of these yourself. In this video Ben teamed up with Sugru and pulled off several unique modifications to assist […]

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Printing Custom Shirts With The Roland BT-12

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I got a chance to play with the Roland VersaStudio BT-12, which is a compact DTG printer. If you’ve never heard of DTG(Direct To Garment) before, is when you print directly onto fabric, as opposed to something like screenprinting or iron-on transfers. Typically DTG printers are quite large and cumbersome, […]

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Check Out These Fascinating Videos Of Hand Carving Wood

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It seems that the well of mesmerizing hand skills is infinitely deep. There’s always a new one to discover and consequently lose hours to, obsessing over how fascinating it is. In this case, we meet Tatiana Baldina who is incredibly skilled at carving wood.   The process can appear deceptively […]

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Join Us On November 21 For a LIVE Tour Of Co Lab Community Makerspace

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Coming up on November 21, we’ll be taking a live tour of Co.Lab Community Makers thanks to Digi-Key, our sponsors. This is an incredible space located in Austin Texas that is free to use! We did a Makerspace Spotlight article where you can learn more about the space. It looks […]

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Check Out The Most Adorable Tiny Boiling Halloween Cauldron

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Sometimes a collection of parts just comes together perfectly. I’m not sure what I find so captivating about this tiny cauldron from Adafruit, but it really struck me as fantastic. I’ve seen so many boiling cauldrons around Halloween, but the bluetooth connectivity and 3d prints being perfectly fit to a […]

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Toy Inventor’s Notebook: Spin ’N Spill Balancing Bot game

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Here’s a fun and easy action game: the Spin ’N Spill Balancing Bot. Stack the gears onto the tippy balancing robot — but be careful! If you cause him to drop or spill, you lose! This game is easy to make, especially if you have access to a laser cutter. […]

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Ring This Doorbell To Reveal A Spooky DIY Hologram

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Paul from Litiholo wrote us to show off a little project they’re doing for Halloween. They’ve made this little spooky skeleton hologram in a casket that flashes to life when someone hits the doorbell. Look, we know that this is pretty much just an ad for their DIY hologram kits, […]

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Build Your Own Thrust Vectored Rockets For Vertical Landings Like SpaceX

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If you love rockets, you can’t help but notice that real space launch vehicles lift off the pad slowly,but model rockets zip up like darts. That’s how I became obsessed with using thrust vector control (TVC) — gimbaling the rocket motor — instead of fins to keep model rockets upright, […]

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Adafruit Launches Buy One, Give One With Black Girls Code

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You want an Adafruit Circuit Playground Express, at least you should, they’re pretty awesome. So why not take this opportunity to buy one and help Adafruit give one to Black Girls Code at the same time. For a limited time, when you go to this page and buy a Circuit […]

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Have You Seen Our Live Makerspace Tours Yet?

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We’ve recently been doing a very fun series with the help of our partner Digi-Key Electronics. We’ve been dialing into makerspaces all over and getting a live tour! We announce who and when on our twitter and facebook ahead of time so keep an eye on them to see who […]

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6 AIY Projects To Try Today

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Over the past two years, makers have created innovative and surprising projects with their Google AIY kits. here are a few that you may want to try yourself! Translation Toy An animatronic toy is a great place to start hacking. In Paul Trebilcox-Ruiz’s case, he used a Star Wars Porg […]

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Learn The Basics With Lego Compatible Crazy Circuits

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In this week’s Make Workshop video, I get a chance to check out a basic electronics learning system from Crazy Circuits. This is the deluxe set, which retails for $200. It comes with a whole pile of switches, LEDs, sensors, a few pre-programmed chips, and even a Teensy microcontroller. What […]

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Maker Business Profile: Crické, Insect Based Snacks

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This maker business profile was brought to us through Maker Faire Rome.  You’ll be able to find them and many more creative and exciting makers at Maker Faire Rome: The European Edition on October 18-20. Get your tickets now! Who are you? I am Francesco Majno, co-founder and CMO of […]

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Live Blog: Maker Faire Milwaukee

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Maker Faire Milwaukee is happening all weekend, and you can check this blog for a constant stream of updates. There will be images, video, and maybe even some live streams from the event, so check back frequently! I got to sneak around a bit Friday night while people were setting […]

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Maker Spotlight: Olha Ivchenko

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This maker spotlight was brought to us through Maker Faire Rome.  You’ll be able to find them and many more creative and exciting makers at Maker Faire Rome: The European Edition on October 18-20. Get your tickets now! Etsy | Facebook | Instagram Who are you? My name is Olga […]

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These CNC Routers Are Made of Wood!

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We see all kinds of configurations of CNC routers and mills at Make:. This one stands out a bit. It has a wooden flat-pack frame, and comes as a kit. We’ve seen a few wooden plans around the internet for DIY routers, but a flat pack kit is a very […]

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Our First Prints On The Form3 SLA 3D Printer

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We’ve been hearing about the latest itteration of the Formlabs SLA workhorse, the Form3 for some time. I finally got one on the bench to check out. They really do stand apart from others in all the bells and whistles available on the machine, as you can see for yourself. […]

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Maker Business Profile: Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories

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  who are you? We are Lenore Edman and Windell Oskay. Together we run Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories in Sunnyvale, California. How did you get started making stuff? We’ve both been making things all of our lives. Whether it is making costumes, bicycle gear, toys, furniture, scientific instruments, or even […]

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