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Maker Spotlight: Shanna Haden

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 […]

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This Upside Down 3D Printer Has A Few More Tricks Up It’s Sleeve

This Upside Down 3D Printer Has A Few More Tricks Up It’s 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 […]

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This 3D Printer Has The Speed of a Delta and the Automation Of a Belt

This 3D Printer Has The Speed of a Delta and the Automation Of a Belt

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 […]

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Maker Spotlight: Bill Locke

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 […]

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Maker Spotlight: Kody Greene

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 […]

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Minoring in the Majors: A Crash Course in Making

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 […]

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Level Up Your AI Skillset and Dive Iinto The Deep End Of TinyML

Level Up Your AI Skillset and Dive Iinto 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 […]

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