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Rick Schertle

Rick Schertle

Rick teaches middle school in San Jose, CA. He’s a contributing writer for MAKE and leads after school making clubs with kids. He designed the compressed air rocket for MAKE 15 and the folding-wing glider in MAKE 31. With his wife and kids, Rick loves all things that fly. Rick is the co-founder of AirRocketWorks.com.

Latest from Rick Schertle

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The shed is big enough to seat 16 people comfortably at worktables, and it can accommodate a huge 8-foot-high roll-up door. While we use it for a makerspace, with a transparent roof to admit natural light, it can easily be customized into something that works for you — and whatever... Read more »

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SonicDad is a website founded by three friends that is chock-full of tried and proven projects. Read more »

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With flights well over 200', this is a fun, easy, low-cost, and educational way to learn about rocketry and other things that fly. Read more »

Launching the rocket glider.

Build a new kind of folding glider that’s blasted skyward by a compressed air launcher! Read more »

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The 3300 sq. ft. SLO Makerspace  opened its doors to the public. Read more »

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Carry a toy (or pizza) high in the air and drop it from your R/C plane or copter! Read more »

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Where most of the town of Maunaloa has essentially become a ghost town, Big Wind Kite Factory, with its brightly painted sign and tidy exterior, brings a ray of light and sunshine. Read more »

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