Review: Shapeoko XXL Is a Super-Sized Kit for Desktop CNC Carving

The Shapeoko XXL ships with everything you need to begin carving away except for your favorite stock material.

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This Week in Making: Star Wars Droids, Comic Con, and Deadly Paper Cuts

This Week in Making looks a Star Wars droid puppet, a makerspace in South Africa, Silicon Valley Comic Con, and murderous paper.

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Weekend Watch: Cosplay, Painting, and Drumming with Gladzy Kei

Gladzy crafts some amazing stuff! Watch as she paints, plays the drums, and does “cosplay speedruns.” You might learn a thing or two.

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Filament Friday: NinjaFlex Squishy Fun

So far in our Filament Fridays we’ve concentrated on rigid filaments that leave you with hard parts. This week, things are getting squishy with NinjaFlex – the most popular of the flexible filaments. NinjaFlex was originally created by Frenner Drives, a company that specializes in belt drive systems. The Frenner team […]

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Tikkun Olam Makers Come to NYC This Weekend for Huge Accessibility Makeathon

Hundreds will gather for TOM:NYC 2017, a three-day Makeathon, to invent tech that addresses the needs of people with disabilities.

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Edible Innovations: Improving the Food Industry’s Safety and Quality Tests

Not content to sit back and simply hope food waste goes down, Gustav Nipe and Abi Ramanan designed a software, ImpactVision, to help.

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