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One maker's quest to create an RC Imperial Shuttle from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, with servo-controlled retracting wings.
Design a simple birdhouse using Autodesk 123D.
Learn how to create a unique bench using plywood, a 2"×6", and cardboard tubes recycled from a large format printer.
Here's how one Maker created a lightweight R/C X-Wing Fighter modeled from the new T-70 ship design from Star Wars The Force Awakens, .
Grab an old magazine and fold it up into an easy decorative tree for the holidays.
You don't need to carve your own custom stamps when you have a 3D printer.
Fold and tuck this origami wreath ornament.
Crease and glue some decorative paper into festive Christmas Tree ornaments.
Nothing says "Season's Greetings" like a good fractal. Make this pop-up Koch snowflake to send to a friend.
Make this cardboard Transformers costume — no paint necessary, all the color is added with adhesive shelf liners and duct tape.
This bow tie is a super fun and quick way to add some Maker flair to any outfit or costume.
Follow these steps to turn a foam plate into a soaring falcon!
In this weekend project, we'll make a tough traveler's notebook using the Coptic binding method, which allows the book to lay flat when opened to any page.
Built to mimic designs of the Stealth Bomber, F-15, and other fighter jets, the Speed Jet is papercraft that will launch a paper plane to new heights.
In this project, I am going to show you a simple method for creating custom box sets of whatever kind of media you are collecting.
I’m a huge fan of buttons and one of the great things about having your own button maker is that you can experiment with all kinds of materials.
Ouija Be Mine? Here’s an animated pop-up Valentine's card you can make in a few minutes. When you slowly open the card, a hand sweeps across and moves the heart-shaped planchette over the Ouija board, spelling out the message: “HAPPY VA...
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