By Julian Kollataj, our Production Planning Summer Intern in the Eindhoven office, who returned to Arcada University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki, Finland, where he's studying Plastics Engineering.Who's moved my manufacturing?
For readers using BitsFromBytes personal 3D printing equipment (that means a RapMan, BFB 3000 or 3D Touch), there's a present for you to download: a new version of AXON. AXON is the software used by BFB devices to prep the files for printing on...
Steve, Allen, and Justin of North Street Labs have finally figured out how to see Maker Faire, or any other large outdoor event, in style. The hammock is strung on a custom-welded steel “V” mounted atop a hacked-up electric wheelchair base.
In the West Courtyard, look for the large swimming pool surrounded by swarms of kids — that’s where you’ll find the PVC submersible robots of the Marine Advanced Technology Education Center (MATE), an organization funded by the National Science...
Kids and adults alike are learning about the role worms play in our earth, courtesy of the NYC Compost Project. See how to keep worms in your home, in container bins, and turn food waste into reusable compost.
This blinking T-shirt senses your heart beat and displays it on a heart-shaped LED array. The creators, Heart-felt Robot, said the T-shirt is dry-cleanable but not washable. It runs on three AAA batteries.
Literally hundreds and hundreds of kids are going home with their first homemade piñata care of the project WHACK!!! An assortment of materials and decorative elements are available for gluing onto piñatas.
Anne Filson and Gary Rohrbacher lead AtFAB, a resource for furniture designed to be cut on a CNC. The Community Commons designs may be downloaded from AtFAB’s site and adjusted to fit the needs of the maker.
If you’re near the Maker Pavilion in Zone C, be sure to check out Geo-Skull, an awesome sculpture of a skull formed out of geometric shapes, almost like a geodesic sphere was combined with a human skull.
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