Make It Circular at Maker Faire Rome 2024
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by Jennifer Blakeslee
1w ago
Do you have a project on sustainability, reuse and saving natural resources? MakeITcircular at Maker Faire Rome promotes the Circular Consumption Charter and the values of recycling, reuse and co-design. Share your project for the chance to win 3000 euros! The post Make It Circular at Maker Faire Rome 2024 appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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What We Saw at RAPID+TCT 3D Printing Con
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by Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron
1w ago
The annual RAPID+TCT conference (named after the two media organizations that run it) bills itself as North America’s largest additive manufacturing and industrial 3D printing event. This year it was at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 25-27, just an LA Metro ride away for us. It was a large event, with about 400 […] The post What We Saw at RAPID+TCT 3D Printing Con appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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Hack Club! Creating a Foundation to Empower Thousands of Teen Makers Worldwide
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by Ivoine Strachan
1w ago
Hack Club is a worldwide nonprofit program that brings together hundreds of thousands of young people from diverse backgrounds who love to build and make projects with technology, art, and creativity. The post Hack Club! Creating a Foundation to Empower Thousands of Teen Makers Worldwide appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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Community Shop Class: A Safe Place to Use Tools Safely
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by Dale Dougherty
2w ago
In this episode of Make:cast, I talk to Chad Orcutt, the creator of Community Shop Class in the Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento, California. What started out as the ADHD Inventor’s Club in his garage grew into a new space, unlike any makerspace I’ve seen. He saw the space as way to help people, particularly neurodivergent […] The post Community Shop Class: A Safe Place to Use Tools Safely appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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Joshua Howard’s Driftwood Wreaths
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by Brookelynn Morris
3w ago
Joshua Howard is a carpenter by trade. He spends his time and expertise every day building spectacular custom homes. He creates precise and immaculate details on a very large scale. Which makes it all the more charming that he scratches his creative itch making quick and lively driftwood wreaths, of which no two are ever […] The post Joshua Howard’s Driftwood Wreaths appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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Slices Are Ready: Today’s Menu of Piping-Hot 3D Print Slicer Software
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by Courtney Blum
1M ago
Branch out from the slicer software bundled with your machine and get better prints every time. The post Slices Are Ready: Today’s Menu of Piping-Hot 3D Print Slicer Software appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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Building Up Excitement for Teardown 2024
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by David Groom
1M ago
Each year in Portland, Oregon, hackers, artists, and enthusiasts congregate at the behest of open-source crowdfunding platform Crowd Supply. This year’s event is a particular cause for excitement for me, a) because I’m attending and b) because they have handed the reins to my friend Helen Leigh, which implies a smashing good time will be […] The post Building Up Excitement for Teardown 2024 appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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Bag to the Future: Sew a Trendy Messenger Bag With Light-Up LED Animations
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by Debra Ansell
1M ago
Build an illuminated, animated, tessellated tote using LED pebble lights and 3D-printed fabric. The post Bag to the Future: Sew a Trendy Messenger Bag With Light-Up LED Animations appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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Open Source Hardware Certifications for May 2024
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by Craig Couden
1M ago
Take a look at open source certifications for the month of May. The post Open Source Hardware Certifications for May 2024 appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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Elephant Brings Robotics in Reach with myCobot Pro 630 6-Axis Arm
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by David Groom
1M ago
Robotics experts Elephant Robotics have launched their latest 6-axis robotic arm in the form of the myCobot Pro 630. With a working radius of 630mm and a payload capacity of up to 2 kilos, the Pro 630 is accessible to robotics newcomers and students, while capable of commercial industrial automation tasks. Building on the Pro […] The post Elephant Brings Robotics in Reach with myCobot Pro 630 6-Axis Arm appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers ..read more
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