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As 3D printers get better, and users get more experience designing with 3D printing in mind, we are seeing more models released that use fewer non-printed parts to accomplish the end goal. Taylor Alexander wanted a demo platform for his new Arduino compatible wireless system, Flutter. Show More Summary
As vendor of new and used mannequins, I have a ringside seat for all the non-traditional ways people use mannequins. And the maker community is repurposing them to create lamps and furniture. Most people associate leg lamps with the one seen in the movie A Christmas Story. But they are […] Read more on MAKE The post Build a Sexy, Modern Leg Lamp appeared first on Make:.
You probably won't immediately recognise the name Cypress, but with the release of their PSoC 4 BLE kit they're doing something intriguing. Read more on MAKE The post Maker Pro Challenge Accepted: Use PSoC 4 BLE for Your Next IoT Project appeared first on Make:.
With hints of spring in the air in so many places across the country this week, it’s definitely a good time to start planning for those warm weather activities. The next time the sun shines, make a craft date with your creative kids and spend the afternoon whipping up a […] Read more on MAKE The post Paint the Town with Homemade Sidewalk Paints appeared first on Make:.
You have just finished building an awesome electronics project. Now you need to find a housing for it. You could just stick it in a plain plastic box. But project enclosures that you buy from a store are expensive and are rarely the right size. So why not build your […] Read more on MAKE The post Custom Project Enclosure appeared first on Make:.
What does a real star wars fan do when there is a new movie pending, and Halloween is just around the corner? If you’re Christian Ackerman, you build a full-sized X-wing, complete with blinking lights and a cockpit that opens. According...Show More Summary
How the makers at The New York Times are inventing the future of media Read more on MAKE The post Maker Profile: The New York Times R&D Lab appeared first on Make:.
Make your own chocolate-hazelnut paste that’s better than store-bought Read more on MAKE The post DIY “Nutella” Spread appeared first on Make:.
Have you wondered why some sunsets are so spectacular and others so drab? This ultra-sensitive photometer project will allow you to tease out the secrets of twilight and even do serious science by finding the altitude of the dust, smoke, and air pollution that influence the colors of twilight. Read more on MAKE The post New Project: Twilight Photometer appeared first on Make:.
Take amazing high-magnification photos with your own phone and the lens from a cheap laser pointer. Read more on MAKE The post Smartphone Microscope appeared first on Make:.
Building your own mini quad is a good way to get your first rig while learning the fundamentals of multirotor flight and piloting Read more on MAKE The post Hovership: 3D-Printed Racing Drone appeared first on Make:.
Chris Bathgate has been making incredibly detailed and finely machined sculptures for several years. When we saw him, we were immediately infatuated with his work, and have kept an eye on him since. Recently, he has been exploring new...Show More Summary
I was paralyzed. I had never felt this complete and utter helplessness before in my life as I lay there, listening to my friend trying to negotiate a ride to an airstrip to get me out of the remote village in Ghana where I had just been diagnosed with cerebral […] Read more on MAKE The post Brush with Death Inspires Maker to Bring Technology to Kids appeared first on Make:.
Michael Weinberg and his team over at Public Knowledge, have been working hard to keep the internet and other emerging technologies like 3D printing from being overly restricted and closed to citizens of the world. Now Michael and his...Show More Summary
Need a gift for a special someone with pierced ears? Skip the jewelry store and head straight for your tackle box with this ingenious jewelry hack for turning fishing lures into earrings from Kerry of the tragic whale! Simply snip off...Show More Summary
If you’re a regular reader here at Make, then you have seen many 3D printers. We talk about them all the time, and have even done comprehensive comparisons between many of the commercially available desktop printers in our Special 3D Printer Shootout Issue. Show More Summary
In 1872, Edweard Muybridge was hired to film a trotting horse at high speed to help settle the argument “During a trot are all 4 feet of a horse ever off the ground at the same time?”. The human eye could not break down the motion of...Show More Summary
You could go to any big-box establishment and buy something to store food and such, but what about something creative that you can make yourself? Here are six excellent ideas to “spice up” your kitchen and food storage with a little DIY flair! Are you a little tight on […] Read more on MAKE The post Cook Up These 6 Clever Kitchen Storage Solutions appeared first on Make:.
Now in his 40th year of blacksmithing, San Francisco Bay Area blacksmith James Austin has spent a lifetime researching little-known or lost metalworking techniques, and developing his own. Unable to deny his love for metal fabrication,...Show More Summary
Know a little Big Hero 6 fan who’s got Baymax on the brain? Go ahead and turn their enthusiasm into a wooly reality with this adorable crocheted Baymax hat! The pattern is by Sarah of Repeat Crafter Me, and despite the impressive likeness to the Big Hero 6 character, she […] Read more on MAKE The post Crochet this Adorable Big Hero 6 Baymax Hat appeared first on Make:.