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Plan C02 Live

As the pandemic began, we covered the maker’s civic response in a series of articles and videos that we called Plan C. As we now expect a gradual return to normal activity, approaching an end of the pandemic, we call this new series Plan CO2 — how we might get back together safely. The science […] The post Plan C02 Live appeared first on Make: DIY...

We Can’t Stop Watching This DIY Ferrofluid Bluetooth Speaker

Ferrofluid is a mesmerizing material, there’s no doubt about that. We’ve seen plenty of various ways of displaying it, from simply globbing it into a jar and waving magnets at it to building complex displays with microcontroller brains. In this absolutely stunning example Seung Hoon Jung has built a bluetooth speaker with integrated ferrofluid display....

Zmorph’s Industrial 3D Printer Is Ready To Tackle The Toughest Jobs

With a massive build volume and great price-to-features ratio, Zmorph i500 will improve throughput and productivity. Sponsored by Zmorph Announced two weeks ago – Zmorph releases a completely new product in their portfolio, an industrial 3D printer Zmorph i500. Zmorph is a Polish brand well-known for their line of multitool 3D printers, the latest being...

Make:cast – Mister Rogers, a Maker and More

A new book out April 20 looks at the learning science that Fred Rogers used to develop an understanding of the “inner needs of children” and then construct Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood to reflect those needs. The book is called “When You Wonder, You’re Learning” and its authors, Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski who are with […] The post Make:cast – Mister...

Plan CO2 — A Thing or Two About Monitoring CO2

Tim Dye of TD Environmental Services is a leading expert in air quality sensors. He knows a thing or two about CO2. When I first started thinking about how we might use CO2 to measure the proper ventilation of indoor spaces, I thought of Tim and his work on air quality monitors. The post Plan CO2 — A Thing or Two About Monitoring CO2 appeared first...

Plan CO2: Making A Public Display

When I saw the big emoji (old school - smiley) on Carter Nelson’s RGB Matrix Portal Room CO2 Monitor project on Adafruit, I knew he was on to something. I wished that I would begin seeing more such displays in places like restaurants and shops, not to mention school classrooms, offices and makerspaces in the coming months. In Carter’s Adafruit project,...

3D Printing Ceramics With The Cerambot Eazao

I backed the first kickstarter that Cerambot put out, a 3d printer capable of printing in ceramics for under $400. That kit was successful and it arrived as stated. Overall, the printer seems fine, but lacked a little refinement. When I saw that they were returning with an updated, and easier to use, version I […] The post 3D Printing Ceramics With...

Plan CO2: Montreal Dad Makes a CO2 Monitor for His Daughter’s Classroom

A device that measures CO2 can be built and deployed in indoor spaces such as classrooms to monitor ventilation in the room and warn if levels of CO2 are rising. The post Plan CO2: Montreal Dad Makes a CO2 Monitor for His Daughter’s Classroom appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Maker Spotlight: Keith Cooper

Meet Keith Cooper, maker, comics enthusiast, and one-half of the podcasting duo behind Blerd-ish. Keith and a friend, Mark Wallace, created Blerd-ish in 2017 as a send-up of all things black and nerdy. More than 100 episodes in, they’re still sharing their passion for black nerd culture from their home base in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This week, Keith...

Zmorph’s i500 Is Coming To Industrial Shops Soon

Zmorph is set to announce some industrial power soon. The post Zmorph’s i500 Is Coming To Industrial Shops Soon appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

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