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Star Wars mania is gripping the drone world and the Make: offices. And  it is certainly gripping Oliver C. The last time we saw him, he had created a stunning Millennium Falcon mod for his quadcopter. He’s back once again, this time with something much more sinister. An Imperial Star Destoyer!... Read more »

Though the fossil isn’t real, Andrew Klein’s table is still an exceptional piece of work.

Fossils and tables generally aren’t combined to make furniture, but one exceptional craftsman put the two together for a truly stunning piece. Andrew Klein began his build by bending the lamination to form the three curved legs of the table, which he strengthened and stabilized using a ‘floating’ box to... Read more »

Many drones were on display, both commercially available and DIY models!

Make: Volume 44 hit newsstands Tuesday, March 24, and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate our drone-centric issue than hosting a meetup right here in San Francisco. We welcomed about 200 guests to our Maker Media Lab at the Palace of Fine Arts for food, drinks, and the opportunity... Read more »

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  The Create section of SXSW gets more engaging every year, and the Dremel booth was one of the busiest spots inside the tent this year, offering numerous hands-on activities and even bringing a high-caliber builder to help inspire the attendees. The Dremel team came out in force, displaying a... Read more »

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In this project, I am going to show you how to make giant dinosaur footprints. Read more »

Kids got to try their hands at jewelry making at the Piscataway Public Library.

Organizers of the inaugural New Jersey Makers Day say the numbers are still coming in, but they expect that they beat their original estimate of 5,000 attendees statewide. Over 350 people came to the Piscataway Public Library where I attended, and they seemed to be having a marvelous time. There... Read more »

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It took master papercraft modeler Bernard Szukiel four painstaking years of squinting over tiny snips of paper and peeling PVA glue off of his fingers to complete this stunning Millennium Falcon. The model is 38″ long and made of 99% paper. The other 1%? It’s the many feet of fiber... Read more »