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Maker Ben Uyeda shows you how to create a small, simple desk designed for multi-tasking in small home offices where space and storage are at a premium.
Create a cool, breathing LED lighting effect for your Halloween pumpkin using an analog circuit. No microcontroller required!
Bring your woodworking skills up to snuff with this easy-to-build table made from 2×4s.
This cute pumpkin desk ornament can be 3D printed. Next, add an LED strip to give it a spooky glow.
Trick-or-treaters are bound to get a thrill when you make this choreographed music and light display that plays each time your gate is opened.
Easily add a french cleats storage system to your workshop to organize tools of any shape or size.
Building your own clock is practically a rite of passage as a Maker. 3D-print this Arduino-based desktop clock with a jumbo seven-segment LED display that glows from within.
This simple circuit switches an LED on when the lights go out with just five parts — a battery, phototransistor, resistor, LED, and transistor.
Skip the store-bought couplings and make these easy DIY fiber optic hookups.
Modify inexpensive safety glasses to include detachable magnetic LED lights that can swivel in 360 degrees for targeted, hands-free illumination.
You're probably familiar with the adorable lamp from Pixar's title sequence. This project shows you how to laser cut acrylic to make your own!
A kid's homework table lifts up to reveal a NASA-inspired mission control center. Follow along for help in building your own.
Make this spinning, swirling, self-contained liquid disc and mount it in your table for a gorgeous centerpiece.
You probably don't look at the top of your door often and neither does anyone else. So, hide a doortop stash in this hard-to-find, but easy-to-reach area.
I’ve always been a fan of “presence lights” that turn on when I walk into a space.
Need to tame a tangled workspace? Drill big holes in your desk and cut your own custom grommets to make those wires all disappear.
A easy to make, useful, cool-looking tie rack for those of us with the more than average amount of ties
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