Monthly Archives: July 2015

Study successfully uses drones to transport blood samples

We’ve already heard about drones being used to deliver pharmaceuticals to patients in remote locations, but scientists from Johns Hopkins University and Uganda’s Makerere University are now looking at the other end of the picture – using them to deliver … Continue reading

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Engineering student develops low-cost 3D printed crop monitoring drone for family farm

Of all of the incredible things that designers, engineers and Makers are using 3D printers for, it’s hard to deny that one of the most inspiring and fascinating areas to watch is in disrupting traditional product manufacturing processes with new … Continue reading

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Embed with Elliot: There is no Arduino “Language”

This installment of Embed with Elliot begins with a crazy rant. If you want to read the next couple of paragraphs out loud to yourself with something like an American-accented Dave-Jones-of-EEVBlog whine, it probably won’t hurt. Because, for all the … Continue reading

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Sugar Skull Plates

Make food-safe sugar skull plates and add some color to your dinner table! Watch the short video tutorial here! You’ll need Rubbing AlcoholE-6000 Spray Adhesive Krylon spray paint in white and colors you like Images from GraphicStock.com Scissors Black Short … Continue reading

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Mutoh Industries unveils Value Arc MA5000-S1 metal arc welding 3D printer

While desktop FDM 3D printers are steadily going down in price and becoming more available than ever, many experienced users are still impatiently glancing over at the industrial-quality (and priced) 3D printers out there. Fortunately, a new Japanese 3D printer … Continue reading

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You’re the Designated Maker for this Drunken Cutting Board

Network engineer Peter Brown decided to make a cutting board that resembles a swirly chess board out of two sheets of maple and walnut. Read more on MAKE The post You’re the Designated Maker for this Drunken Cutting Board appeared first … Continue reading

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Box: Pac Crest Ups to Buy on New Capabilities, IBM, Microsoft Partnerships … – Barron’s (blog)

Box: Pac Crest Ups to Buy on New Capabilities, IBM, Microsoft Partnerships …Barron’s (blog)… are up 29 cents, or 1.8%, at $16.58, after Pacific Crest’s Rob Owens raised his rating on the shares to Overweight from Sector Weight, with a … Continue reading

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