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Mike Senese

Mike Senese

Mike Senese is the Executive Editor of Make: magazine. He is also a TV host, starring in various engineering and science shows for Discovery Channel, including Punkin Chunkin, How Stuff Works, and Catch It Keep It.

An avid maker, Mike spends his spare time tinkering with remote-control aircraft, doing amateur woodworking, and attempting to cook the perfect pizza.

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Latest from Mike Senese

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  • 01/26/2015 @ 1:08 pm
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A quadcopter crashed on the White House lawn early this morning. The rig, which appears from the released photo to be a white DJI Phantom 2 quadcopter with its propeller guards installed, hit the ground just after 3am, flying at “a very low altitude” according to Secret Service spokesperson Brian Leary. A person... Read more »


Sprout by HP, a hybrid computer/design tool, is a pretty fascinating creation. We got to check out the new machine at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, in HP’s private suite in the Nobu hotel (located within Caesar’s Palace). The apparatus has three main components: a 23-inch monitor that has touchscreen... Read more »

drug drone

Amazon promises drone-delivered packages in the future. Drug smugglers in Tijuana are making this a reality even faster, although not without their own hiccups. Yesterday, Tijuana police announced the recovery of a crashed hexacopter carrying six packages of crystal meth. The flying rig, a DJI S900 hexacopter designed to carry high-end... Read more »

Science Channel

Printrbot's Brook Drumm, roboticist Brian Roe, and entrepreneur Marc Portney help makers go pro in the new series. Read more »

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  • 01/15/2015 @ 10:45 am
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Holy cow, 3D printed carbon fiber is crazy strong. Read more »


Hardware startup Voltera aims to expedite the PCB-making process by putting it in on your home with its V-One consumer circuit board printer. Read more »

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  • 01/08/2015 @ 11:32 am
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We caught up with the Voxel8 team at CES 2015 to see their circuitry-capable 3D printer up close. Read more »