Latest from Eric Weinhoffer


Yesterday Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO of Amazon, announced during a 60 Minutes segment that his company has already began work on the future of shipping, called Amazon Prime Air. In short, orders that weigh under 5 pounds will be delivered to your door in 30 minutes or less, by... Read more »


No category has ever expanded more rapidly in Maker Shed history than the recently-added Drones and Flight category. We'll continue adding items to the category in anticipation of the launch of Volume 37 of Make Magazine, which will focus on Drones, but I look forward seeing what our creative audience... Read more »


Charles Guan has an "undying desire to create that which should not be created", like his treaded skateboard (called LandBearShark). For the last two years, he has been sharing his fabrication knowledge with MIT engineering students as an instructor in a disruptive course that he created, which requires that they... Read more »

The Studio is a large, five-room makerspace full of tools, parts, and eager students. Everything (excluding high end 3d prints) is free for Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff, and I think it's a great model of what a college makerspace should be all about. Read more »


This guide will show you how to build the Vector Weapon Enclosure (which is the default add-on to our Vector Weapon Kit in the Maker Shed). Read more »

The Learn to Solder tent is always a big hit, especially when our [Robot Pin]( is involved.

The third annual Atlanta Mini Maker Faire was this past Saturday on Georgia Tech's campus. The weather was nice, the football team had an away game (therefore leaving the campus devoid of rowdy fans), and the Makers were out in full swing. Here are a few highlights, in photo form. Read more »


As the Atlanta Mini Maker Faire grows to become one of the largest in the Southeast, its impact on the continued growth of the community has become clear -- there's a lot going on here, and I'd like to highlight a few things that are happening within the next two... Read more »