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Weekend Watch: Epic Haunted House Builds from “Scary Lady Videos”

Screen Shot 2016-09-08 at 3.52.00 PMNeed to create a life-size monster? Want to take your tombstone game to the next level? Need some painting tips? Terra is your scary lady.

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Building and Flying a 15′ Remote Control Star Destroyer

Terrifying as they may be, it’s actually quite simple to build an Imperial Star Destroyer. Flying it, however…
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Build a Lightweight Flying Foam R/C X-Wing

Here’s how one Maker created a lightweight R/C X-Wing Fighter modeled from the new T-70 ship design from Star Wars The Force Awakens, .
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Watch This 5-Axis Hot Wire Cut Beautiful Foam Shapes

Watching a hot wire cutter do its work is always a pleasure. Especially in this case, where the cutter is 5 axis. The wire tips this way and that, melting through the foam like it isn’t even there.
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New Project: 3D Print Your Own R/C Hovercraft

Learn how to use a 3D printer and three brushless R/C motors to create your own remote controlled toy hovercraft.
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Making An Amazing Godzilla Costume

This is easily the most impressive Godzilla costume to grace a convention floor. Dubbed Project Nautilus, this incredible monstrosity was made by Sean Sumagaysay. As you can see in the construction pictures below, Sam literally started from the ground …

New Project: Building a Fully Animated AT-ST costume

Joe Bowers’ bipedal chicken walker costume was made for less than $60 using mainly insulation foam, spray paint, and printer paper. Read more on MAKE

Love and Rockets on a Road Trip to Maker Faire

In 2010, Natalie and her family made the 10 hour drive from San Diego the Maker Faire Bay Area. They were so excited by what they saw at the Faire that, during the long drive home, they decided they needed to be part of it next year, and that’s how the…