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Learn how to create a simple custom model for a coin or gaming token in OpenSCAD.
Give your board a lift by adding legs built from off-the-shelf hardware.
3D Printing &...
Learn how to 3D print and assemble your own PCB workstation for soldering and testing delicate electronics projects.
Furniture & L...
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.
Show off your woodworking skills and create an affordable one-of-a-kind enclosure from 2×4 scraps for your next project.
This project preserves some electro-mechanical pinball history by showcasing a pinball clock in an open-style wooden case.
Learn how to turn an old fridge into a wood kiln for drying out fresh lumber to use in your woodcraft projects.
How to adapt a UAV Drone with a dropper mechanism.
Download the files and learn the steps to build your own enclosure for a 6-node Raspberry Pi cluster.
An amateur telescope builder reveals his process for designing and constructing his own Dobsonian telescope using CAD design and a CNC router.
Follow along to create your own sticker. This black and white design is perfect for a beginner. The intricate pattern also showcases the versatility of vinyl cutting.
Hide treats for your pet in these DIY wooden, interactive puzzles designed for your furry creature and powered by a Sphero R/C toy.
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!
Solar powered toy ornaments are pretty cute, so we decided to repurpose the electronics inside to help Makey the Robot swing perpetually in the sunlight.
CNC & Machini...
Follow along to learn how to build a bike that transforms from a tall bike to a chopper (and back) while you ride it!
Many of us enjoyed a simple pair of stilts in our youth, but why stop there?
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