3D Printed Jewelry Goes Upscale

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arrow-ringsWhen you want to move uptown from funky, plastic 3D-printed jewelry, you now have more options. Starting with a new resin from MadeSolid, which has just released Firecast resin, designed specifically for investment casting, the process commonly used to turn 3D prints into jewelry.  Conveniently, and coincidentially, Shapeways, the 3D print […]

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Cardboard Superhero Sundial

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A simple cardboard Wonder Woman/Powergirl sundial designTo honor the splendor of summer and the awesomeness of female superheroes like Wonder Woman, I would like to present a simple summertime craft idea that is fun to make and quite practical for telling time. Using recycled cardboard, some $1 issue copies of Wonder Woman, tape, spray glue and […]

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Maker Hangar 2: 03 – Tricopter Build Part 2

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Brackets InsideIn this episode of Maker Hangar, I show you how to finish building your tricopter. You learn how to solder all the ESCs together and finish bolting together the tricopter. In the next episode I’ll teach you about flight controller boards and how to set up one for your tricopter, stay tuned! If you want […]

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Discovering the Future with Low-Tech Supplies, a Review of Robotics by Kathy Ceceri

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IMG_20140626_113429_Robotics-by-CeceriRobots are generally thought to be complex electro-mechanical systems. They can be. Or they can be simple projects built with supplies and materials you probably already have around the home! Here’s a review of Robotics by Kathy Ceceri and book’s low-tech projects.

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