From tech enthusiasts to crafters to homesteaders to scientists to garage tinkerers, Maker Faire is where novices and experts of all ages come together to show what they’ve made and share what they’ve learned. A community built on curiosity, collaboration, and resourcefulness.
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Want to hack the world? Make: is there to guide, challenge, and celebrate you along the way. A global leader of the Maker Movement, we publish magazines and books on everything from magic to microchips; help maker educators develop and deliver hands-on learning in the classroom and beyond; galvanize a global network of Maker Faires that show the work of makers; and empower humans everywhere to solve real-world problems, develop their voice and skills, and work together to build the future.
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The Hexanaut: Building The Worlds Largest Rideable Hexapod Robot
Whether they realize it or not, fans of Star Wars, Harry Potter, and the Disney+ series Andor may already be familiar with UK creator Matt Denton’s movie magic. But in 2012, Denton’s futuristic fabrications transcended the silver screen and landed in the real world with the debut of Mantis — a six-legged, two-ton, human-piloted, steel behemoth. Originally commissioned for commercial use, a […]
Mostly Printed Cheap CoreXY 3D Printer
One of the coolest things about the 3D printing community over the past decade has been watching people design and build their own systems. Even though the industry has matured and there are tons of options for off-the-shelf products, there are still plenty of people designing their own and releasing them. This is coreXY style […]
Reusing Disposable Masks As Textiles
While attending Maker Faire Lille, I was happy to meet Mimi, an artist that got the bright idea to use discarded face masks as raw material for fashion. Mimi saw the piles and piles of used masks that were going into landfills all over and thought that she could make a statement about disposable fashion […]
Review: Meyer Makes Engineering Resin for 3D Printing
Manufacturer: Meyer Makes URL: https://mayermakes.at/engineering-resin/ Price: $72.61 Resin based 3D prints are notoriously brittle, even when advertised as tough. Meyer Makes Engineering Resin surprised me though, with how durable it really is. Right off the printer, this stuff looks yellowish but gets clearer as it cures. The durability is really impressive. Thin parts can flex and bend […]
Chrome and Lace: Rae Ripple’s Take On Rat Rods
Meet Phillis Gene, a vintage Chevrolet Deluxe that just got a one-of-a-kind redesign by Texas-based metal artist Rae Ripple. “I wanted to keep that real classy lady feel, so that’s where the lace came in,” Ripple says of her work, commissioned by a rat rod enthusiast and named after his mother. “I guess if you were going […]
Adafruit ESP32-S3 Feather with 4MB Flash 2MB PSRAM
The Adafruit ESP32-S3 Feather represents an upgrade to ESP32-based microcontrollers in the popular Feather form factor. This new ESP32 chip is a dual-core design running at 240 MHz. It has built-in support for Wi-Fi and BLE. For comparison, the ESP32-S2 was single-core and did not support BLE. Both chips have native USB support, making it […]