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We Can’t Get Enough Of Cameron Hughes’ Mechanical Transforming Fashion

We Can’t Get Enough Of Cameron Hughes’ Mechanical Transforming Fashion

We’ve seen a relatively new face circulating around Instagram and TikTok lately, showing off some really cool new projects. This is Cameron Hughes, and his explorations in fashion harness technology for some very interesting results. This is the first one that I saw, and it really drew my attention. Cameron calls this the “Worm Hole […]

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Adorable Felt Apple Watch Runs Forever, Doesn’t Cost ,000

Adorable Felt Apple Watch Runs Forever, Doesn’t Cost $10,000

New technology is certainly fashionable, so if you’re more interested in form than function when it comes to wearable tech, then why not take a page out of Hiné Mizushima’s book and make yourself a super low-tech Apple Watch? Using just a little felt fabric, some miscellaneous buttons, and a couple of fastener snaps, Mizushima […]

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Fun Things to CNC: Disco Ball, Hummingbird, and Millennium Falcon

Fun Things to CNC: Disco Ball, Hummingbird, and Millennium Falcon

Chocolate Millennium Falcons? Yes please. We asked our friends at Other Machine Co. for fun projects they like to make with their new Othermill, a desktop CNC mill for cutting circuit boards and other small projects. Here’s what they’re making lately in their shop in San Francisco. Chocolate Millennium Falcon By Ed Lewis Chocolate may not […]

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3D Printed Custom Insoles

One of the major benefits of 3D printing is the ability to create custom items that fit the needs of one user instead of a large market. This kind of customization would not be practical with traditional manufacturing practices that require large runs of the same item to recoup the setup costs. There are few better […]

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