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MAKE Day Two at Engadget Expand

Yesterday at Engadget Expand we got a change to cover the newly announced Sense 3D Scanner, the best practices of crowd funding, and watched as two teams battled in our Raspberry Pi Make: Off. Today we catch up with MAKE’s digital fabrications ed…

Raspberry Pi Make: Off

Matt Richardson, contributing editor for MAKE, kicked off the Raspberry Pi Make: Off today in New York City at Engadget Expand. Two teams consisting of three members will compete Saturday and Sunday to engineer their best Pi recipe. Unlike traditional …

MAKE at Engadget Expand in NYC

MAKE has a lot of great activities happening at the Engadget Expand event in NYC. Today we set up our 3D printers, prepped the Raspberry Pi MAKE-Off, and introduced our new Make: Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing 2014. And if that’s not enough, Edito…

MAKE 3D Printing Buyer’s Guide Announcement at Engadget Expand

As we were setting up our booth at the Engadget Expand event in NYC, Digital Fabrication Editor, Anna Kaziunas France, announced the MAKE 3D Printer Buyer’s Guide on the main stage to an audience of sponsors and pressRead more on MAKE

Touch Sensor Workshop with Mark Frauenfelder at Engadget Expand

If you make it to Engadget Expand in New York this weekend, check out Mark Frauenfelder’s workshop Sunday, Nov. 10, from 10-11am. He’ll be making a simple circuit using a 555 timer chip, an LED, and some wire and then creating touch sensor pads by pain…

Raspberry Pi “Kitchen” set for Engadget Expand in NYC Nov. 9-10

At the Raspberry Pi Kitchen, Matt Richardson, MAKE contributing editor and co-author of Getting Started with Raspberry Pi, will host a “make-off” with two teams of four each who will spend the weekend developing a product or device that uses components…

Engadget’s Insert Coin Competition is Back

Engadget is accepting applications for its second Insert Coin: New Challengers competition, offering makers and innovators a chance at $25,000 to help position promising new hardware projects for crowdfunding success.Read more on MAKE

Engadget’s Expand Conference Recognizes the Importance of Makers

The popular tech site’s first conference included a number of faces familiar to Make, including our own Mark Frauenfelder, and DIY Drones chief Chris Anderson.Read more on MAKE

3D Printing Goes Mainstream

Engadget Expand, a two-day event of presentations, consumer electronics, and innovation, kicked off today at Fort Mason in San Francisco. The first panel discussion was “3D Printing Goes Mainstream” and it featured Ari Reichental, president and CEO of …