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Maker Spotlight: Shanna Haden
Name Shanna Haden Where are you located? Montgomery, PA What is your day job? 8th Grade ELA and Gifted (7-12) Teacher Do you attend a makerspace/fablab/hackerspace? I will be in April. What kinds of stuff do you make? The Montgomery Area Jr./Hr. School Gifted program has made multiple types of catapults, as well as a […]
This Upside Down 3D Printer Has A Few More Tricks Up Its Sleeve
I’ll admit, when I first saw The Positron 3D printer designed by Kralyn3D on YouTube, I kind of discounted it as a gimmick. It prints upside down, which is impressive if you have never seen it before. However, if you’ve been around 3D printers for a while, you’ve seen it, you’ve already asked all the […]
This 3D Printer Has The Speed of a Delta and the Automation Of...
Brian Brocken wrote us to show off a project he recently completed, and is rightfully proud of. He needed to do some small production runs of some 3D printed chain parts, and wanted to do it with a fast delta printer, so he designed and built the Delta Belt 3D printer; the best of both […]
Maker Spotlight: Bill Locke
Name Bill Locke Where are you located? Canton OH What is your day job? Systems Administrator Do you attend a makerspace/fablab/hackerspace? yes CHAMP Makerspace in Canton Makerspace Website What kinds of stuff do you make? combat Robots, 3d printers, Misc ElectronicsHow did you get started making stuff? *I have been doing it my whole life. My […]
Maker Spotlight: Kody Greene
Name Kody Greene Where are you located? Copley Ohio What is your day job? Free Lance with my KRG Props and Replicas Do you attend a makerspace/fablab/hackerspace? I have attended the Akron Makerspace Official Website | Instagram | Facebook What kinds of stuff do you make? I generally make anything from helmets to full droid […]
Minoring in the Majors: A Crash Course in Making
Have you ever thought about how makers measure their success? Obviously, making a successful project is a pretty good sign. But, what about the times where a project doesn’t work like you envision? I’m talking about when the making process of brainstorming, prototyping, and creating results in, well, nothing. A flop. A failure. A pile […]
Level Up Your AI Skillset and Dive Into The Deep End Of TinyML
Machine learning (ML) is a growing field, gaining popularity in academia, industry, and among makers. We will take a look at some of the available tools to help make machine learning easier, but first, let’s review some of the terms commonly used in machine learning. John McCarthy provides a definition of artificial intelligence (AI) in […]
Erin Winick’s Clever Customizeable Glasses Are Out Of This...
Science writer and creative maker Erin Winick has come up with a simple yet fantastic project for some customizable glasses. Like most great ideas, hers started small. She realized that she could make accessories to fit the existing magnets on her Pair Eyewear. Having a 3D printer and easy access to tiny magnets via amazon, […]