Sofa Hack: Wooden Armrest Table with Built-In Cup Holder

As anyone who’s ever made the mistake of trying to balance a full beverage on the armrest of a couch already knows, it’s a terrible idea that will probably end in both tears and an emergency trip to the hardware store to rent a steam cleaner. So, whether you’re curled... Read more »

A handmade cardboard Attack on Titan C-table design

  There are two hot properties engulfing living rooms everywhere across North America. One is of the animated variety and the other is of the ‘must have’ home furnishings persuasion. First we have one of the hottest anime programs in the history of the genre! Attack on Titan has become... Read more »

Replicator2

The company announces plans to re-organize it business through staff and expense reductions and closure of its three brick-and-mortar stores. Read more »

The R/C Kiwibot from Make: issue 40 uses an omniwheel motor system.

To help you on your quest to build your own BB-8 Star Wars droid, here are two DIY robot tutorials that should help. Read more »

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A startup competition aimed at shining a bright light on the creative work of hardware startups, Launch Pad offers a $5,000 prize and all of the exposure that Make: magazine, Maker Faire, and MakerCon can offer to a young company. With interest in the competition running high, the first real... Read more »

punch

One question had always bothered Russell Munro. “I have been practicing various Martial Arts styles for over 15 years and have always been curious about one particularly primitive part of my pugilist pastime: how hard I can punch?” Munro asked. “More than that I want to know ‘pound for pound’... Read more »

SenseUpdate

If you are interested in scanning larger objects — people, for example — there are few options on the market better than the 3D Systems Sense scanner. While on the hardware side it only boasts the same type of sensor that you can find in your XBox 360 Kinect (albeit in a... Read more »