Month: August 2016

Simple Arduino-Controlled, No-Pump Plant Watering

Simple Arduino-Controlled, No-Pump Plant Watering

Make this computer-controlled plant watering system that doesn’t use a pump.

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New X-Carve CNC Router Bulks Up for Advanced Usage

New X-Carve CNC Router Bulks Up for Advanced Usage

Last May, we spotted what looked like an updated version of Inventable’s X-Carve. The company has now made it official.

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15 Ingredients for Building the Perfect Food Truck

Start up your mobile eatery with a customized food truck. Here are 15 things you’ll want to consider.

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Can a Juvenile Hall Makerspace Help Teens Suspend Their Disbelief?

Can a Juvenile Hall Makerspace Help Teens Suspend Their Disbelief?

This story was originally published on the Future Development Group blog, and is republished here with permission. Willing suspension of disbelief… in education. Interesting phrase, isn’t it? Unless you’re a fiction writer or a movie producer, chances are you haven’t heard this phrase before. Willing suspension of disbelief is defined as a willingness to suspend […]

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Makerspace Organizers Convene at The White House

Makerspace Organizers Convene at The White House

Makerspace representatives convened at the White House to discuss makerspace challenges and opportunities, and connect with officials.

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Maker Spotlight: Cristiana Felgueiras

Maker Spotlight: Cristiana Felgueiras

Cristiana, the maker behind the phenomenal Get Hands Dirty series, shares her journey, her favorite mediums, and her thoughts on the future.

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Maker Faire San Diego: Calling All Early Birds and Makers

Maker Faire San Diego: Calling All Early Birds and Makers

Calling all artists and makers for the San Diego Mini Maker Faire!

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