This week’s selection is “Machine Shop Tools and Operations” by Rex Miller and Mark Richard Miller.
You can’t use a 3D printer to print anything. You can make anything with a 3D printer.
This week’s selection is “Create, Share, and Save Money Using Open-Source Projects” by Joshua Pearce.
MakerOS announced a new feature for their integrated manufacturing management service: PAQ. We describe how it works.
What happens after the world ends? Do you know how to rebuild everything? This book gives you the steps to do so.
This tour of MADE Makerspace in Barcelona, Spain was my last stop of jet setting through Europe to learn about HW startup culture there.
This week’s selection is “Build Your Own CNC Machine” by James Floyd Kelly and Patrick Hood-Daniel.
UK-based supermaker Colin Furze uses 3D printing.
This week’s selection is “The Maker’s Field Guide: The Definitive Reference for the Professional Designer” by Christopher Armstrong.
There are times when complex objects cannot be 3D printed.
I noticed a tweet from Mashable that got me a bit riled.
The emergence of easy making technologies has transformed many people into “makers”, but are there hidden dangers?
I’m reading an Instructables on how to laser-cut a 3D printer spool holder and had a thought.
When it comes to testing out new toy inventions, nobody can beat the opinion of an honest kid. Better yet, a panel of kid judges.