Jeremy Cook

Jeremy Cook

Jeremy is an engineer with 10 years experience at his full-time profession, and has a BSME from Clemson University. Outside of work he’s an avid maker and experimenter, building anything that comes into his mind!

Latest from Jeremy Cook

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In one of the most impressive builds I’ve seen here (or ever really), former Navy electronics technician, game tester, and current stay-at-home dad Wes Swain has come up with an incredible Mario Kart-themed nursery. His grandfather (an accomplished gunsmith and general tinkerer) and his dad (a skilled artist) inspired Swain to make... Read more »


Justin Yates, who has a degree in both electrical engineering and computer science, built a headphone amplifier with a waveform display. Read more »


If you like skulls, need some wall decoration, and have some spare time, this papercraft wooly mammoth skull would make a great project! Read more »

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With a few magnets and a lot of DIY expertise you could make this magnetic scrabble board. It's great for competitions or just decoration. Read more »

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Piekarski built a 35mm pinhole camera from a baking sheet. A pinhole camera uses a hole to allow light to shine onto film without a lens. Read more »

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Modular Digital Controllers, or programmable logic controllers (PLC), were used to make machinery changes in industry much, much faster. Read more »


This Maker crafted a wooden combination lockbox as his nine-year-old son's Christmas present. Read more »