June! Which means summer, which means warm weather, which means making things with the blinds shut and aircon on 😉
Biggest news around Maker Hacks is the 3D Printing Workshop pre-order customers got the first beta of the 100 page Module 1 ebook yesterday. So far feedback has been extremely positive, but please keep it coming because as I build out the rest of the workshop emails and videos I want to create the content YOU need 🙂
While I am building the course you can still pay whatever you want, whatever you think is fair – even in bitcoin now! – and when it is all done the price future customers pay will go up substantially 🙂
Maker Hacks on Adafruit!? They liked my 3D Printed, Raspberry Pi Powered, Doctor Who Tardis!
Doctor Who, Raspberry Pi AND 3D printing fans will love this 3D Printed Tardis, powered by Raspberry Pi, that can play all the sounds effects from the show!
Nylon 3d printing filament is not as popular as PLA or ABS, but after giving it some serious use recently I wanted to implore you to at least try it.
Finishing is an important part of 3d printing, but how do you combine, glue, and bond your 3d printed parts to get a 3d printing result you can be proud of?
A scale model of the solar system, 3d printed in white Inksmith HIPS filament – how well does HIPS work and why would you consider it for your 3d printing?
The Anet A8 is a $200 (or less!) 3d printer kit. In this review we answer the question how good could a sub-$200 prusa i3 clone 3d printer kit actually be?
Coming up at Maker Hacks: more robot lessons, more projects and reviews on the blog, and of course, more 3D Workshop modules!