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Laser Kaleidoscope

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Pete Prodoehl’s Laser Keleidoscope is simple-seeming and elegant project he built for a gallery event. I love the 3D-printed knobs, motor holders, and mirror holders! When I was at Maker Faire Detroit back in July I saw this laser spinner thingy called “The Interociter” and decided I had to have... Read more »

Milwaukee 3D Printer Meetup

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Remember that 3D Printing Meetup we had? You probably read all about it. Well, people liked it, so we’re doing it again. If you’ve got a MakerBot, RepRap, Mendel90, Solidoodle, Bukobot, Quantum ORD Bot, or some other oddly named CNC machine that spits out melted plastic, pack it up and... Read more »

Cell Phone Glove

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I love this project by Milwaukee artist Bryan Cera. Called Glove One, it’s a mobile phone in glove form. The project page is fairly sparse, but Bryan says a DIY tutorial is forthcoming. [via Ponoko, which has a great interview.] Read more »

Following the Ten Rules for Maker Businesses

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Pete Prodoehl of Milwaukee, WI, who runs a web development company, is branching out into the DIY biz by selling his Button kit, which creates a one-button keyboard used for, among other things, triggering photobooths. Along the way he’s blogging his experiences following Chris Anderson’s Ten Rules for Maker Businesses:... Read more »