Month: May 2017

TechShop Announces New Partner Licensing Model, Closes Pittsburgh Location

TechShop Announces New Partner Licensing Model, Closes Pittsburgh Location

TechShop CEO Dan Woods penned a letter today to TechShop members about some big changes they are making to their business model.

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The MakeShift Challenge: To the Bat Cave!

The MakeShift Challenge: To the Bat Cave!

Can you find your way out of a pitch-black bat cave using only your wits and what’s on your back?

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Review: The Droplit v2 Resin Printer

Review: The Droplit v2 Resin Printer

SeeMeCNC’s DropLit v2 may require a healthy dose of patience and elbow grease, but it offers a low-cost entry point to high-res 3D printing.

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Making a Toolbox from a Single 2×4

Making a Toolbox from a Single 2×4

A father and daughter build a toolbox out of a single 2×4.

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Edible Innovations: Joyloop Offers Gluten-Free Options Without Sacrificing Flavor

Edible Innovations: Joyloop Offers Gluten-Free Options Without Sacrificing Flavor

Adam Pollack hopes his company Joyloop will provide gluten-free options that are still delicious and filling.

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Maker Pro News: Maker Faire Bay Area 2017

Maker Pro News: Maker Faire Bay Area 2017

The maker pro community turned out in full force for Maker Faire Bay Area 2017. We saw advancements in a lot of fields this past week too.

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Resin.io Makes It Easy to Program All Your Smart Devices at Once

Resin.io Makes It Easy to Program All Your Smart Devices at Once

Resin.io both creates new open source projects and makes the process of programming a fleet of smart devices easier for newcomers.

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