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The latest DIY ideas, techniques and tools for bikes, rockets, R/C vehicles, toys and other diversions.

This High Tech Cardboard Tube Light Saber Is Probably Cooler Than Yours

This High Tech Cardboard Tube Light Saber Is Probably Cooler Than Yours

As a kid in the age of Star Wars, there were few things as fun as a plain old cardboard tube. These paper constructions have been seen as make-shift light sabers since the late 1970’s and to this day you still find kids swinging them around and making the sound to go with them. Joel […]

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Meet the Duo Behind Online Robotics Education Platform CodeJoy

Meet the Duo Behind Online Robotics Education Platform CodeJoy

Meet the team behind the streaming robotics-education platform, CodeJoy

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Tutorial: Painting The Mandalorian Armorer Helmet

Tutorial: Painting The Mandalorian Armorer Helmet

How to get that perfect faux hammered look like the Armorer from the show Mandalorian

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How To Give That Garage A Ghoulish Grin For Halloween

How To Give That Garage A Ghoulish Grin For Halloween

With Halloween rapidly approaching, many people are looking for relatively simple ways to get big results. This project, from one of our very own Make.co employees, Alicia Williams, shows how you can add an impressive bite to your garage. Using primarily foam board, Alicia and her family cut and then painted the eyes and teeth, […]

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4 Projects For The Perfect 4th of July, Instead Of Buying Fireworks

Hey, fireworks are cool! They’re fun to look at and fun to set of. We get it! However, they’re also expensive and with times right now being pretty crazy, a lot of people aren’t feeling like going out and buying a bunch. However, there are plenty of projects you can do at home to bring […]

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Toilet Paper Alternatives and Other Self-Sufficiency Home Projects To Quickly Keep Your Family Fed and Entertained

Toilet Paper Alternatives and Other Self-Sufficiency Home Projects To Quickly Keep Your Family Fed and Entertained

Store and grocery shelves might be lightly stocked at the moment, but there are often DIY alternatives for the missing necessities. Here are things to make and do to help keep yourself going as we shelter in place.  Kitchen Yeast: In stores and online, it’s become hard to find bread yeast (and flour, rice, dried […]

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