For this week’s Make:Rewind, we found this fascinating talk by Tanya Fish about the history of fingernails. Have you ever considered the social significance of fingernails? Can you imagine that people have died because of how they decorated their fingers? Follow along as Tanya connects the dots all the way […]
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Last year we were awed by the clever work of Takashi Kaburagi. He built a rubik’s cube that solves itself. The internals of this robot are cleverly designed so that it can twist and turn itself back to the solved position from the inside, leaving us with a fantastic show. […]
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This clever trick popped up on Reddit recently and I’m very amused. Apparently you can use textured sheets on your 3d printer’s print bed to imprint that texture on the first layer of your print. Sounds obvious right? Well, what if that textured sheet is fine enough to give an […]
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Later this week I’ll be attending WorkbenchCon in Atlanta Georgia. I’m pretty excited for this event. It is a relatively intimate 2 day event packed full of DIY Gurus and craftspeople, sharing tips and tricks for growing audience, working with sponsors, building your online presence and much more. I went […]