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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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Since the beginning of my hobby of producing 3D printed parts to help people with physical disabilities play video games, the thumbstick has been an issue. Unfortunately, it was an issue I didn’t really have an elegant solution for. After some brainstorming, I believe I’ve come up with a useful... Read more »

The Make: staff celebrated the release of our latest issue, Make: Volume 43 last night at our Wearable Electronics Meetup. Located in the Maker Media Lab which is housed in the Palace of Fine Arts San Francisco, we frolicked amongst tables full of tech. 3D printers hummed while people compared... Read more »

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It has been 10 years since the greatest show and tell on earth began. 10 years of incredible sights, sounds, and smells. We’ve grown so much in that time that it is almost hard to believe! The Bay Area Maker Faire is not only the place where it all began,... Read more »

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Working at Make: is, simply put, awesome. We get to be involved with incredible people, mind-blowing events, and cutting edge technology. Where else could you work where there would be random giant robots appearing or lunch dates with drones? Lets not forget that being at Make means you also get... Read more »

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Every once in a while you hear a story that is so inspiring that you literally stand up and go do something after it is over. For me, one of those stories was the “eye writer,” a contraption built so a paralyzed artist could communicate and continue with his art.... Read more »

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Rich Olson at nothinglabs has released a very cool parametric speaker enclosure on to Thingaverse. You can load up the page, set the right specifications for the driver of your choice, and print a Death Star shaped enclosure of your very own. These look absolutely fantastic, and according to Rich,... Read more »

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