Month: November 2009

Chumbophone – antiqued Chumby Guts

Chumbophone – antiqued Chumby Guts

Etsy member AbrahamBook has been bitten by the Chumby Guts bug. He’s converted several ancient objects into modern wifi-enabled chumtainment devices. I asked him about what he was aiming for in this latest piece:

My Chumby creation started with an original Chumby although I have produced three similar devices from the Chumby Guts kit. I much prefer producing my devices with the Chumby Guts kit as it is always a messier build when having to undo a stock Chumby configuration. On the occasion that I set out to create the “Chumbaphone” I had used all of my “Guts” kits and Maker Shed had since run dry

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MakerBot Sumobot

MakerBot Sumobot

Will Langford, the Tufts student who created printable shop glasses on his MakerBot and rendered Thom Yorke’s head in 3D, has now printed a Sumbot chassis for an Arduino-driven sumo. Nice work, Will! It’s so cute! Will’s page on Thingiverse More: Print your own glasses Radiohead´s Thom Yorke printed in 3D

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CRAFT Holiday Gift Guide 2009 : Sewing & Wardrobe Refresh

CRAFT Holiday Gift Guide 2009 : Sewing & Wardrobe Refresh

I’m an avid sewer and I always have my sewing machine on craft table so that it’s always on hand for a project or quick fix. Plus, just the sight of my sewing machine makes me happy. I’ve collected here some of the best products and projects you can make for holiday gifts, stocking stuffers, […]

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