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Gladzy crafts some amazing stuff! Watch as she paints, plays the drums, and does "cosplay speedruns." You might learn a thing or two.
So far in our Filament Fridays we’ve concentrated on rigid filaments that leave you with hard parts.
Fiducial marks are very important in electronics development. They act as an alignment mark for surface mount assembly machines.
Watch 12 scientists, educators, and mathematicians tell their stories of how they first fell in love with what they study.
Exploring how ravioli is made by creating a rolling pin and making your own.
Burlington and Westport have incredible sights to see!
Hundreds will gather for TOM:NYC 2017, a three-day Makeathon, to invent tech that addresses the needs of people with disabilities.
Not content to sit back and simply hope food waste goes down, Gustav Nipe and Abi Ramanan designed a software, ImpactVision, to help.
This fairly low-cost modification to the X-Carve will improve the overall rigidity of the machine and keep the spindle consistently square to the bed.
Decided to save some money on an tree guy and go DIY with it, did you? Now you're impaled on a tree branch, with limited resources. What now?
Using the hand-hammered rivet method and common shop tools to build tool organizing racks.
Maker Faire Hong Kong was an engaging mix of old and new. Take a ride through the Faire with Senior Editor Caleb Kraft as he captures the magic on video.
The Carvey aims to bring CNC machining to the masses via an easy-to-use, cloud-based interface in an uncomplicated machine.
For James Hunt, a Maker Pro operating out of Oakland, living in an urban or industrial city should not mean being devoid of nature.
Repair cafés around the world offer guidance in repairing the broken tech in your life.
Distributed manufacturing could be a game changer. Plus, the benefits of chowing down on bugs, highlights from Maker Faire Miami, and more!
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