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Busting Metalworking Myths: Is It OK To Drag Your File?

If there is a more opinionated group of makers than machinists and metalworkers, I’d be surprised. One common point of argument is when it comes to filing things. You see it in YouTube comments and even in person quite frequently. Someone goes to knock an edge off with a file, dragging both directions, and someone […] The post Busting Metalworking...

Eco Friendly Prototypes with Pulp Molding: Building A Mold

On the journey to make an eco-friendly wireless phone charger, I need to make a wire screen mold. I build a brass screen mold using 3D printed molds. The 3D printed parts act as a guide to help form and shape the brass screen. The brass screen can be cut with scissors and then I […] The post Eco Friendly Prototypes with Pulp Molding: Building A Mold...

Arduino Announces The Uno Mini Limited Edition

What an incredible journey the Arduino concept has been. Remember when we proclaimed that The Arduino is Here To Stay after they sold 10 thousand units? Well, now they’ve sold over 10 million, and they want to celebrate. They are announcing the Arduino Uno Mini Limited Edition. A pint sized nod to the ubiquitous Arduino […] The post Arduino Announces...

The Biggest Makerspace in a Town of 10,000 or Less

FabLab ICC is located at Independence Community College in Independence, Kansas. It’s a small town of less than 10,000 people in southeast Kansas. Yet for a town of that size, FabLab ICC with 15,000 sq.ft. of space is large. Jim Correll is the Director of FabLab ICC and Tim Haynes is the Manager. They are […] The post The Biggest Makerspace in a Town...

Lights… Camera… Make! Tips for Getting Started on YouTube

These standout creators offer advice for putting your projects on YouTube. The post Lights… Camera… Make! Tips for Getting Started on YouTube appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Maker (Educator) Spotlight: Emily Burk

Emily Burk brings “big learning” to life for students and colleagues in the high school makerspace she helped found in Anna, TX. The post Maker (Educator) Spotlight: Emily Burk appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

This Surprisingly Lifelike Spider Bot Will Look You In The Eye

This project was one of my all time favorites. I saw it circulating around the web 15 years ago when it was new and I was captivated by the motion and design of this little bot. Just watch as it locks on and maintains eye contact with it’s creator, Matt Denton. The interesting thing happening […] The post This Surprisingly Lifelike Spider Bot Will...

Call Makers From All States: Capitol Hill Maker Faire 2021 Is Coming Up!

Capitol Hill Maker Faire is entering its sixth year! Started in 2015, the Faire is hosted by Nation of Makers in collaboration with the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Congressional Maker Caucus. The post Call Makers From All States: Capitol Hill Maker Faire 2021 Is Coming Up! appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas...

Prusa3D Announces the Largest 3D Printer in Their Lineup, the Prusa XL

Prusa's latest is a big one! The post Prusa3D Announces the Largest 3D Printer in Their Lineup, the Prusa XL appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Maker Faire Rochester 2021

Maker Faire Rochester returns to the heart of Downtown Rochester, New York this Saturday! The post Maker Faire Rochester 2021 appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

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