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New Raspberry Pi Pico Adds WiFi, And Possibly Bluetooth
The Raspberry Pi foundation just announced a new lineup of boards in the Raspberry Pi Pico family. The Raspberry Pi Pico W is the headliner here. It takes the immensely popular Pico that they launched last year and adds WiFi capabilities to it! This does increase the price a tiny bit from the original $4 […]
Interesting New – And Old – Approach To Multi Color 3D Printing...
One of the common frustrations with common filament based 3D printing is that you’re typically stuck with one material at a time. The Swapper3D Kickstarter is taking a somewhat tried and true approach from CNC machining and applying it to a 3D printer. note: This is a kickstarter. Kickstarters are not like buying a product […]
Hacking Together A DIY Resin FDM 3D Printer, Almost
One of the most fascinating things about the 3D printing community, in my opinion, is how they never stop experimenting! Proper Printing just released this video about trying to build an FDM style resin printer and almost succeeding. You’ve probably seen resin printers out there, where you dump a bunch of resin into a vat […]
The Magic Never Died
Maker Faires are slowly coming back. Maker Faire Long Island, after not happening for two years, took place in June at Long Island Explorium in Port Jefferson Village. Everybody was happy to come back, said co-producers of Maker Faire Long Island, Angeline Judex and Lisa C. Rodriguez. Angeline is the Long Island Explorium’s Executive Director […]
Building a large 40W C02 Laser For Under $700
Lasers are awesome. We all know this. If you don’t have one, you want one. Owen wanted one, but had a fairly tight budget. When searching, he found the ones in his price range to be too small. So he built one! I know that there are some of you who didn’t watch that video […]
Old School Label Making, New School Interface
The E-TKT by Andrei Speridiao is an exploration of delightful anachronism. It is a label maker that you can control from your phone. You might be thinking “but don’t modern label makers have phone apps already?”. Yup, many do, but they’re simply not as cool as this one! Andrei found himself using an old manual […]