Profile

Cover photo
Verified name
2,471,952 followers|267,309,177 views
AboutPostsCollectionsPhotosYouTube

Stream

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
There's no need to 3D print a simple shape for a prototype or proof of concept, cardboard will simply do it!
There's no need to 3D print a simple shape for a prototype or proof of concept. Just use cardboard!
43
10
Fernando Bussinello's profile photoTami Labonte's profile photorich carter's profile photoAdvertam Team's profile photo
2 comments
Jose L.
 
+Richard Kranium finally, something those things are good for.
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
In our last post, we shared how to make sphere molds to produce a scale model of an artificial reef unit to restore oyster habitat in the San Francisco Bay. In this post, we will learn how to model sphere molds in CAD so that it minimizes undercut.
Learn how to model sphere molds in CAD so that it minimizes undercut.
18
3
Jean-Louis Bourdon's profile photoTony Bonavera's profile photo
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
Countdown: The first round of the Call for Makers for World Maker Faire New York closes Sunday, July 12. Apply now for the best chance to showcase your work at the greatest show (& tell) on earth.
The first round for the Call for Makers for World Maker Faire New York closes Sunday, July 12 at 11:59pm PST — less than 10 days from now.
17
7
Paul “Fidalgo” Thompson's profile photoMichael Fricano II's profile photo
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
Your weekend challenge: Put your old mint tins to good use by making this awesome backpacking stove.
Build this mint tin backpacking stove can boil 1-2 cups of water and is made with commonly available parts.
43
4
Juan Lucio Sanchez Ramos's profile photoMaria Palamara's profile photoLoral Godfrey's profile photoJean Capuano's profile photo
3 comments
 
Nice mouth. Very constructive and necessary. Keep it to yourself next time, please.
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
We now have a 'Fantastic Four' in the #3Dprinting material world: Clear, Flexible, Castable and the brand new Tough!
Formlabs steadily releases materials that provide new properties. Now, Formlabs has added a new resin to join their others: Tough.
36
4
jeckziel cortes's profile photoJohn Kruse's profile photoHaixiao Sun's profile photoPatrik Hanson's profile photo
 
+Andrew Mayne (do you even check G+ ?)
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
The robot, named Mr. Head, a 15 year old Roomba, has retired his janitorial vacuum cleaner and taken up the arts.
A Japanese artist and engineer turns an old Roomba vacuum cleaner into an impressive robot painter.
63
8
Bernardo Gonzalez's profile photoErika Hodul's profile photoCharlie Iannantuoni's profile photo8-Bit Retro-computing Page's profile photo
2 comments
 
+Gemma Palmer :)
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
Meet Gyroman (not a Greek food truck), but a little walking toy unlike anything you’ve seen before. Best of all, you can make one right now for just pennies!
An open-source 3D printed toy revisits a gyroscope design that was shelved by Mattel in the 80s.
51
16
Nicholas Bates's profile photoPatrick Nelson's profile photoLennie Gilmore's profile photoDonald Dagen's profile photo
5 comments
 
How much does it cost, $1.04?
Add a comment...
In their circles
741 people
Have them in circles
2,471,952 people
Andrea Paul's profile photo
Yusuf Rudianto's profile photo
Edson Mosala's profile photo
mai moua's profile photo
Akat Suki's profile photo
Bo QU's profile photo
Kyana inSweden's profile photo
heera bhati's profile photo
Linda Cox's profile photo

Communities

8 communities

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
Have socks? Stitch your own Big Hero 6-inspired Baymax! #‎geekcrafts‬
Make your own cute, huggable Big Hero 6-inspired plush with this sock Baymax tutorial!
68
20
Michael McGarry's profile photoJuan Lucio Sanchez Ramos's profile photo
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
Meet Iris, the giant CNC bubble blower!
The CNC Bubble Iris is an automated machine to blow precise soap bubbles, with a fast servo and iris-like control mechanism.
70
10
Kam-Yung Soh's profile photoMargaret Whipps's profile photoEric Murphy's profile photoChris Curry's profile photo
 
Looks like a giant brake pads and gear
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
We're thrilled to kick off Maker Camp 2015 on Monday, a free 6-week virtual summer camp for kids ages 8 to 12, and Makers of all ages! Check out the awesome launch video & get ready for the new exciting projects. Let's have fun making all summer long!
We launch Maker Camp 2015 on Monday, July 6th. Pixar artist Q&A, field trip to videogame production house Double Fine, and make your Makey!
44
11
Jennifer Gwilt's profile photoChris Knutson's profile photoErin theLibrarian's profile photoMichael Fricano II's profile photo
2 comments
 
Our first year too and we are pumped!
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
LED fireworks, stick bombs, mouth-watering grill recipe & more!
After you get fireworks and BBQ supplies, make sure you put together one of these awesome projects so you can celebrate July 4th in style!
15
1
Kat Mears's profile photo
Add a comment...

Make:

Shared publicly  - 
 
What's your favorite story or project from Vol.45? Share with us in the comment section!
79
11
R.B. Holloway's profile photoJeremy Robles's profile photoChuck Kingeter's profile photoChris Lidyard's profile photo
5 comments
 
I am going to build a girl for my single friend. Lol!
Add a comment...
Make: 's Collections
People
In their circles
741 people
Have them in circles
2,471,952 people
Andrea Paul's profile photo
Yusuf Rudianto's profile photo
Edson Mosala's profile photo
mai moua's profile photo
Akat Suki's profile photo
Bo QU's profile photo
Kyana inSweden's profile photo
heera bhati's profile photo
Linda Cox's profile photo
Communities
8 communities
Story
Tagline
MAKE unites, inspires, informs, and entertains a growing community of resourceful people who undertake amazing projects in their backyards, basements, and garages. Each summer, we're excited to offer Maker Camp right here on Google+.
Introduction

MAKE celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your will. The MAKE audience continues to be a growing culture and community that believes in bettering ourselves, our environment, our educational system — our entire world. This is much more than an audience, it's a worldwide movement that Make is leading — we call it the Maker Movement.

Contact Information
Contact info
Email