Best MAKE Erratum Ever

Everybody makes mistakes, and we’re no exception. After each issue has gone to print, we usually find out we’ve made a mistake or two and post our errata on the magazine volume page and in the Letters section of the subsequent issue as “MAKE: Amends.” For our current volume, we just got perhaps the best […]

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Skill Builder: Fabricating Project Boxes from PCB Cladding

Here’s something I didn’t know about. Radio geeks and hobby audio enthusiasts use PCB copper cladding material to fabricate handsome project chassis. The main method of assembly is soldering. In this PDF tutorial from QRP Builder, a small chassis for a radio transceiver is built. Some really good tips in this article about building such project boxes and making sure the results are handsome.

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Williamsburg Bridge Yarn Bombing

This evening knitting artist Magda Seyag unveiled her latest project Plan Ahead, a 600-foot installation under the Williamsburg Bridge. Located on Kent Avenue between 5th and 6th Streets, the installation is a partnership with the New York City Department of Transportation’s Urban Art Program and The Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn.

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