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Matt Stultz

Matt Stultz

Matt is a community organizer and founder of both 3D Printing Providence and HackPittsburgh. He's a professional software developer which helps fuel his passion for being a Maker!

Latest from Matt Stultz


Rotocasting is how the pros make hollow plastic parts — and it’s easy to do at home. Build this DIY rotocaster to slowly spin the mold while your resin cures. It's made from everyday lumber and skate bearings, plus a couple of 3D-printed hypoid gears. Another great project from Make:... Read more »


Build a DIY pan/tilt webcam sentry, and watch it from anywhere online. Read more »


The Data Dial Dashboard brings back the fun of old-school analog dial gauges while updating them with internet connectivity. In this project we will use an Arduino, Ethernet shield, and 3 servos to create a system for tracking global earthquake activity. The data is pulled from the USGS Real-time Data... Read more »

Cube 2

Safe and easy to use, but a closed system holds back its potential. Read more »


The ever-growing variety of 3D printing filaments is amazing — we can now print in strong, flexible, glowing, and dissolvable plastics — but sometimes plastic isn’t the right material for the job. Sometimes, you just need metal! Although the big boys in the industrial world can directly 3D print metal... Read more »


Continuing the tradition of homemade resonator guitars, follow along as we build a License Plate Guitar. A discarded vehicle's license plate will serve as our metal resonator top. This will be mounted atop a soundbox custom-fitted for the license plate, and the build completed with a hand-wound pickup, bridge, nut,... Read more »

Felix 2.0

Smart design, quality construction, and immaculate prints out-of-the-box. Read more »


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