From the latest issue of Make:
Construct an Arduino-powered guitar pedal and have fun creating your
own sounds. You can program your own effects in C/C++ or get inspired by
the ready-to-play effects: booster, distortion, fuzz, delay, vibrato,
tremolo, “Daft Punk” octaver, and more.
Maker Camp Launches June 19! A
virtual summer camp for kids, Maker Camp brims with new projects each
week. Free and hosted online, Maker Camp makes STEM and STEAM concepts
fun and easy for kids to learn. Become an affiliate and host a Maker
Camp at your library, community center, school, or home.
Metal 3D Printing Quick Tips Direct
Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) is changing the way designers and
engineers create custom metal parts. DMLS allows you to create metal
prototypes and end-use parts in a matter of days. This free guide will
help you optimize your designs and save on your next project.
Ten Great Tool Restoration Projects Vintage
tools are frequently better made and cheaper than modern tools. Plus,
they're fun to revive and come with build stories encoded within their
scratches, dents, and patina. Here are ten of our favorite restoration
projects that we've featured on Make: over the years.
Meet Bangkok's Growing Maker Movement The
Southeast Asian nation of Thailand has an ingrained culture of art,
creativity, and technical improvisation, and a growing number of Maker
Spaces are bringing the Maker Movement to more prominence.
The MakeShift Challenge: Against the Wind From MacGyver
creator Lee D. Zlotoff: Can you to figure out how to make your way back
to shore after falling asleep in a kayak and awaking to rough seas?
Devise your own solution and then read what other creative readers came