Announcing Make Vol. 61: Spotlight Shenzhen

We head into 2018 with a great new issue of Make: magazine. Read more on MAKE The post Announcing Make Vol. 61: Spotlight Shenzhen appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. […]

Stolen Drones: This Year’s Hot Holiday Gift?

Over the weekend, Make:’s first pop-up store was robbed of its Parrot Bebop drones. Read more on MAKE The post Stolen Drones: This Year’s Hot Holiday Gift? appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Make… […]

Welcome Rafe Needleman, Editor-in-Chief

I’d like to welcome Rafe Needleman as our new Editor-in-Chief at Make:. We have not had an editor-in-chief for some time — the wonderful Mark Frauenfelder of BoingBoing was the first and founding editor-in-chief. After eleven years, we’… […]

Cool Crowdfunding: September 27, 2014

5axis Master A desktop sized 5 axis milling machine. Future improvements include a 3d printing head, water jet head, and hot wire cutting. view on Kickstarter TinyScreen literally a tiny itty bitty screen.  Stacks onto the tinyduino platform. view on … […]

Smoothing Out Your 3D Prints With Acetone Vapor

3D printing allows us to make some incredible things in our homes and workshops. People are prototyping products, designing bits and pieces to make their lives better, and spitting out more amusing trinkets than ever before. Unfortunately, for the bulk… […]

Find Fido at Night with the 3D Printed Light-Up at Night Pet Collar

11-year old Blythe Serrano made a 3D Printed Light-Up at Night Pet Collar, which she was sharing at World Maker Faire New York 2014. It has nine LED lights, a battery, and a light sensor. When it’s dark, the lights illuminate so that you can see … […]

Ayah Bdeir on LittleBits’ Hardware Development Kit

littleBits founder and CEO Ayah Bdeir shows how their new Hardware Development Kit and bitLab enables makers to create their own Bits to work with their electronics prototyping library and then offer them for sale to others. She demonstrates two new Bi… […]

Interview With Made In Space: the 3D Printer For The Space Station

space station The first 3D printer in space is headed to the international space station soon.  We got a chance to talk to some of the Made In Space team about their 3d printer and the challenges they faced at the 3Dprintshow in London a couple weeks … […]

Cool Crowdfunding: September 6th 2014

“An elegant solution to a pretty frustrating problem. I’ve seen very complicated solutions with motors to detect motion and counter act them, this seems much more feasible. ” -Caleb Kraft View on Kickstarter “Anyone who 3D print… […]

New Project: Fused Filament Fiddle

3D-print a full-size electric violin, then plug in and play. The F-F-Fiddle (pronounced EFF-EFF-Fiddle) is a full-size electric violin, designed in Autodesk’s Fusion 360, that can be made on a desktop 3D printer — the fused-filament fabrication (FF… […]