Get Early Bird Tickets To Construct 3D

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Coming up in early February, there’s an event that you shouldn’t miss if you’re into 3D printing, especially in academia. Construct3D is being held at Rice University in Houston Texas on February 13-16. At this event there will be talks, art exhibitions, and sponosr exhibits, all focusing on various additive […]

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3D Printing With Peanut Butter: Assembling And Testing The Cerambot

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I supported the kickstarter for the Cerambot last year, knowing full well that there was a chance my $350 was simply gone (one should assume this with any kickstarter). However, they delivered! I got my printer and now I have to put in the time and effort to actually print […]

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Join Us Today For A Live Tour Of The Makerspace At Rice University

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Today at 4:30 pm CST, we will be joining the crew at Rice University to take a live tour of their makerspace! Simply go to our facebook page, youtube channel, or bring up this blog post to join in the fun! Since it is a live stream, you’ll be able […]

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Harvesting 398 Doll’s Eyes For A Stop Motion Project

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Sometimes you have a vision for a project, and the material is planted so firmly in your mind that you’ll go through extensive effort just to obtain it. Dina Amin had an idea that would require a multitude of doll eyes. Instead of finding an online supplier and buying a […]

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Behind The Scenes On Blade Runner 2049: Painting Police Spinners In Budapest

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The original ‘Bladerunner’ movie has to be experienced at least once in ones life; hands down, one of my all time favourite masterpieces of motion picture history. I was already thinking of leaving the film industry with a final project that would have a strong emotional tie for me. Well, […]

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Printing On Nearly Anything With A Roland Flatbed UV Printer

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I recently got an opportunity to check out a really cool piece of machinery: the Roland VersaUV Lef 12i. They sent a loaner unit that I got to experiment with and test out for a few weeks. There are two main reasons you’d want to use a printer like this: […]

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Craft A Pocket Chewbacca To Take To The Star Wars Premiere

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With the final installment of the Star Wars saga premiering in the immediate future, it is time to whip up a last minute craft project to help show your enthusiasm at the show. You know there’s not much more you want in life than to have your own loyal companion […]

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Join Us Wednesday For A Live Tour of the Yale Makerspace!

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This Wednesday at 12:00 noon PST we’ll be connecting to the Yale CEID for a live tour! The Center for Engineering, Innovation, and Design is the makerspace on Yale campus where students can go and explore tech and tools that make their ideas come to reality.   Thanks to our […]

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Spice Up Your Christmas Tree By Making It A Video Game

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Bob and friends from the youtube channel I Like To Make Stuff have really outdone themselves this year. In an effort to add some excitement to the neighborhood over the holidays, they’ve created a giant Christmas tree video game! The game is fairly simple, but the execution of everything including […]

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Create Sister Night’s Goggles From The Watchmen

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If you’ve been enjoying HBO’s series The Watchmen, you probably perked up at Sister Night’s goggles that allow her to augment her vision in various ways. A good prop is always exciting to the maker community and this one was perfect for being recreated. The folks over at Adafruit have […]

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Quick Look: Prusa Sl1 Resin 3D Printer

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We had the opportunity to explore Prusa’s latest entry into the 3D printing market, the SL1. This is a masked SLA printer, which means that the resin is cured via a UV lamp, that shines through an LCD screen up into the vat of resin.  The current trend in this […]

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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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