manufacturing

Future of Fab Lab Tulsa

Making and Thinking Big in Tulsa

With Nathan Pritchett of Fab Lab Tulsa In episode #22 of Make:cast, I learn about the new building for Fab Lab Tulsa from its Executive Director, Nathan Pritchett. The new building is under development and scheduled to open in 2022. The project had started well before COVID-19 but has stayed on track even during the […]

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Everything In Its Own Jar

Everything In Its Own Jar

Mark Zalme had an idea how to organize everything in clear jars that could be mounted on pegboard in his garage in Asheville, North Carolina. Over 3-4 years, he developed this idea into a product called WallWerx, a workspace organizing system.

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Make:cast – Matching Talent to Opportunity at mHUB Chicago

Make:cast – Matching Talent to Opportunity at mHUB Chicago

In this episode of Makecast, I’m talking about matching talent to opportunity with two of mHUB Chicago’s founders, Haven Allen, who is Chief Executive Office and Bill Fienup, who is Director of Innovation Services. We are also joined by Bianca Thai, who is a program manager at mHUB.

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Maker Pro News: Simple Solutions to Complex Problems

Maker Pro News: Simple Solutions to Complex Problems

Also, how to cut through the hype about smart manufacturing.

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What’s Next in the Hardware Revolution

What’s Next in the Hardware Revolution

We’re now entering what we think of as “Phase 2” of the Hardware Revolution, where the bar is much higher for design, customer experience, quality, and overall usefulness of product.

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Maker Pro: How Makers Are Revolutionizing Manufacturing

Maker Pro: How Makers Are Revolutionizing Manufacturing

This week: Highlights from Maker Faire Capitol Hill, American factories lean into the future, and Shenzhen shows some growing pains.

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Inside Adafruit, the Open-Source Manufacturing Maker Champions

Inside Adafruit, the Open-Source Manufacturing Maker Champions

Adafruit was founded in a dorm room by MIT engineer Limor “Ladyada” Fried as an online learning resource and marketplace for DIY electronics.

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