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Makerspaces aren't just a good source of camaraderie and hobby level one-off projects. They also occasionally create and manufacture pro-level consumer products and services. Here are a few notable items that you can purchase, which have come from makerspaces around the country. Read more »

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Anyone remember the TI-99/4A? We do. Well not anecdotally, but out of our fondness for retro computing. The TI-99/4A was one of the first home computers (in fact its immediate predecessor, the TI-99/4 was the first 16-bit personal computer), released in 1981. In the style of its later (but more... Read more »

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Carbon fiber isn't going to replace wood body guitars anytime soon, but for those who want something different here’s how I made the body for my carbon fiber acoustic guitar. Read more »

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When it comes to open source hardware, we’re used to seeing schematics and board design files for printed circuit boards. But most of the time, the integrated circuits that are placed into these designs are actually closed source. However, today Parallax took a bold step towards openness by releasing the... Read more »

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Austrian artist, Laurin Döpfner, gives new angles on how to use a planer in his piece titled, “Verschleif”. Meaning, “Erosion“, this stunning time lapse dissection project shows the audience a slice of life, literally. But how did he do it? A lot of patience, that’s how. “With an edge sander, half a millimeter... Read more »

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Built with the Arduino Yún and using Temboo's online services, the SMART Alarm Clock automatically sets alarms based on Google Calendar events. And if you act quick and design an enclosure for this project you could win a Maker's Notebook! Read more »

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If you saw Dave Langkamp riding down the street in his Radius T-T velomobile, you might think he’s reliving the Duck Soup running gag glory days (and well, maybe he is). One  goal is certian: Langkamp is serious about biking. Why else would he spend 600 hours designing a stellar... Read more »

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