Here's a cheap and easy way to make 3D plastic forms like Stormtrooper costumes and tons of other things. Cost: around $20.
Complete instructions for this episode of Weekend Projects can be found at http://makezine.com/projects/bottle-radio/ Crystal radio technology has been aroun...
Turn a toy gyroscope into a motorized gyrocar and make it ride on skinny tracks. For more great projects: http://www.makezine.com Subscribe to Make Magazine:...
In this episode of DIY Hacks and How To's, Jason Poel Smith hacks a solar-powered LED walkway light with a motion sensor to create a cool light fixture that ...
Taking a motor from an old exercise treadmill and some PVC pipe, John Park constructs a wind-powered generator. The electrical power may not be enough to get...
WATCH IN HD! Jake Von Slatt invites us into the alternate universe of Steampunk. As leading figures in the Boston arts community, members of Steampunk combin...
In each bi-monthly episode of DiResta (every other Wednesday at 2pm PT), artist and master builder Jimmy DiResta (Dirty Money, Hammered, Against the Grain, T...
Make your own fire starter that uses compressed air and burns at 500 degrees!
Wouldn't it be amazing if you could make a machine that would make 3D models of phenomena otherwise invisible to you? It's fun to do, and it's is an amazing ...
To celebrate Weekend Projects' one year birthday, I ate a cupcake and made a jam jar jet! Inspired by Bill Gurstelle's awesome instructions in Make: Volume 5...
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