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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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If you happen to be traveling through the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, you might get a chance to see an impressive 3D printing project in the works. World Animal Protection, an animal rights group was looking to raise awareness on the mistreatment of elephants. Often kept in tiny quarters, chained,... Read more »

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The 5th installation of Adafruit’s adorable educational series has recently been published. “Fis for frequency”.  In this one, the ever curious Adabot starts out by asking “why do radio stations all have their own number?”. That sparks a lesson in frequency, delivered by a talking oscilloscope. These videos are always... Read more »

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Brian McNamara creates musical instruments. Generally he focuses on electronic instruments that make it easy and fun for pretty much anyone to play. The Automaphone is a fantastic example of that concept. Feed this simple and elegant looking hunk of wood any picture and it will convert it to sound.... Read more »

A previous version of the D-shape printer

With all the recent attention being shown to the 3D printed castle, it was brought to our attention that there is another very impressive contender in the 3D printed structures area. This isn’t a 3D printed club house, not just a 3D printed building, but rather an entire 3D printed... Read more »

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The author Gareth Branwyn was once the Editorial Director at Make. Before that though, he was a contributor. With the release of his latest book, Borg Like Me, he is sharing all kinds of stories memoirs and essays spanning the last 30 years. He paints pictures of the various DIY... Read more »

For the 2nd time this week, we’re seeing a home version of the very large powder based printers. If you’re unfamiliar, a powder based printer has a very distinct advantage that it doesn’t need to worry about parts being supported. With a typical filament based printer you have to keep... Read more »

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For the last two years, Andrey Rudenko has been 3D printing a concrete castle in in his yard, layer by layer. Now, his castle is finally finished. Andrey shared pictures of his process over the past two years to mixed reactions from the 3d printing community. While some may have... Read more »

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