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Caleb Kraft

Caleb Kraft

Community Editor for Make: I get ridiculously excited seeing people make things. I just want to revel in the creativity of the masses! My favorite thing in the world is sharing the hard work of a maker.

I'd always love to hear about what you're making, so send me an email any time at [email protected]

Latest from Caleb Kraft

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Formlabs, the maker of the Form1+ SLA 3D printer, announced today that they’re releasing a series of “functional resins”. Before, you only had the option of a few colors, but now you can use a resin that is purpose built to be investment cast, or one that is flexible. From... Read more »

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I recently discovered that Taulman 3D, a filament maker is located somewhat near some relatives of mine. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to swing by and get a chance to talk to Thomas Martzall, the man behind Taulman. If you’re unfamiliar, you should hop onto his site and check... Read more »

HANRO1

  The Dremel booth at Maker Faire New York was a pretty cool place to be this year. We already talked about the new 3D printer, and one of the artists that was there. I’d like to share the other artist that was there as well. This is Hank Robinson,... Read more »

Mayfly; Ephemera danica; Length 135 cm including antennas; without antennas 40 cm; printed in 9 parts; antennas, wings, and grass made of different materials.

Klaus Leitl is an Austrian artist who makes insects. Incredibly lifelike insects such as the Mayfly shown above. He posted some examples on the Formlabs forums, and they quickly took notice. They’ve posted an interview with him about how 3D printing is changing his craft. The interview and accompanying pictures... Read more »

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This week's collection of cool crowdfunding projects includes books, tools and much more! Read more »

Finished Makey Robot

“Bam” on the lulzbot forums shared an interesting project recently. He printed a small mount for his extruder that allows it to hold a pen, essentially turning his 3D printer into a standard plotter, or 2D printer. A few custom settings in the software package Cura allowed the gcode necessary... Read more »

I was perusing twitter one day and saw this great picture, uploaded by Allan Carver. I quickly asked for more information and Allan was happy to oblige! Lets kick it off with a quick video to get you excited.   It all started when one of Allan’s neighbor’s noticed he... Read more »

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