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There are several reasons why you may need to fit a gate wheel to a timber gate – more than likely the main reason is that when you open your gate, it drags along the floor making it difficult to move freely. If this is the case, then either your... Read more »

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Use simple woodworking skills and hardware-store cleverness to create a three-dial safe that can only be opened with your secret electronic combination. Read more »

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You might say that Mother Nature is the 3D original printer, especially after seeing the collaborative project that Professor Neri Oxman of the MIT Media Lab created with Christoph Bader & Dominik Kolb called "Wanderers." Read more »

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How the new Compute Module helps makers create embedded Linux products. Read more »

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Sometimes we can’t help but revel in the joy that making things brings us. Here, Becky Stern expresses her love in a musical tour of her favorite tools at Adafruit, where she makes wearables. Becky’s list contains things like conductive filament, fabric scissors, multimeters and hakko snippers. What are your favorite... Read more »

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What can a guy that has a 5000-volume library complete with a 1930’s era pipe organ (see around 2:20 in the video below) do to enhance his reading space? I’m not sure what my answer would be, but for Craig Landrum, the answer was to build a sound-reactive shelving unit.... Read more »

A sous-vide immersion cooker is a tool used, generally in high end restaurants, to cook food immersed in water. I didn’t know what this technique was, but based on the pictures of the finished steak in Matthew Arbesfeld’s project write-up, I’m now a huge fan. One reason why these cookers... Read more »

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