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Tuesday February 20, 2018
 
 
How to 3D Print on Fabric
 
Though this technique has been around for a while, Uncle Jessy’s video provides an excellent entry point for beginners. This method is great for creating scales, spikes, or other small details for your cosplay outfits.
 
 
 
 
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You Don’t Know Terror Until You’ve Experienced the Furby Organ
 
Despite your opinion on Furbies, the sight (and sound) of forty-five of the furry creatures singing is something to behold. At the very least, you have to marvel at the amount of circuit bending that brings this cacophony to life.
 
 
 
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Alexa, Flush the Toilet
 
After witnessing a fancy voice-controlled toilet at CES, Jonathan Gleich was inspired to create his own. The whole build cost just over $700, which sure beats paying the $6,000 for the one he saw on display.
 
 
 
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4 Lessons We Learned Making a Propane Cannon
 
This is a classic story of boy meets girl, boy and girl build a cannon together, and boy and girl fall in love with said cannon. We love the cannon, too!
 
 
 
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How to Rig a Model Ship
 
The ropes on model ships are, unsurprisingly, very small and difficult to rig. This how-to article, from 1000 Foot Gaming, does a good job breaking down the process and making it more approachable for beginners.
 
 
 
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Carve and Construct Your Own Fidget Cube
 
If the fidget spinner is too simple for you, you might enjoy a fidget cube. Check out Mark Langford’s design in action, or grab his open source files and laser cut a cube with your own custom sides.
 
 
 
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More from Make:
 
Sometimes the old ways can prove to be the best ways. If you’re building or moving something heavy, try building this block and tackle wooden pulley system.

A quality slim wallet can be hard to come by these days. Instead of buying one, try stitching together your own!

Gaming can prove difficult for some people who have a physical disability. This PS4 controller hack isn’t the prettiest, but it’s quick, cheap, easy to pull off, and it will help gamers who have muscular dystrophy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Upcoming Maker Faires
 
»  Dubai Mini Maker Faire (The United Arab Emirates): February 22
»  Thalia Mini Maker Faire (Germany): February 24
»  Palm Bay Mini Maker Faire (Florida): February 24
»  Kalispell Mini Maker Faire (Montana): February 24
»  Denton Mini Maker Faire (Texas): February 24
»  Windsor-Essex Mini Maker Faire (Canada): February 24
»  Gainesville Mini Maker Faire (Florida): February 24
 
Find a Maker Faire near you on the Maker Faire map.
 
 
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