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New at #makercamp , try this Stick Bomb: Cobra Weave for an EXPLOSIVE project idea! Get detailed instructions at: http://bit.ly/1HZigiJ

Like what you see? Find more DIY games on the Maker Camp website! http://bit.ly/1I7HuJu
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Hello Community! We are trying something new for our #WeekendProject. We'll post the project every Tuesday starting from this week, which gives you more time to gather the materials your need and familiarize yourself with project steps.

This week, we will show you how to make a fantastic traveler's notebook using the Coptic binding method. Check it out and get ready for the weekend fun.
In this weekend project, we'll make a tough traveler's notebook using the Coptic binding method, which allows the book to lay flat when opened to any page.
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+Paul Frederick Coptic is just the style of binding. And what's wrong with hemp paper?
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Learn how to build a stone wall using a traditional method which doesn’t require any mortar or cement.
A Retaining wall is often used when a road is made on a hill. After time, they can begin deteriorating. I was tasked with rebuilding 100' of stone walls.
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FWIW, what you think is a giant pile of rocks adds up to about 2 feet of wall.

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Woodworking and alcohol should never mix. However, Peter Brown's cutting board ends up looking a bit "intoxicated" and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Network engineer Peter Brown decided to make a cutting board that resembles a swirly chess board out of two sheets of maple and walnut.
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Very nice from one woodworker to another awesome job
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“Maker Pros or even small businesses need to turn around prototypes as quickly as possible. At the same time, they then need to go into production as quickly as possible. So we’re trying to speed up prototyping time.” — Chris Church, founder of MarcoFab
MacroFab builds prototype circuit boards uploaded with a slick online tool and then lets customers order a full production run.
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Haste makes waste. Take the time to do it right.
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Learn how to make your own custom shields for Arduino.
Shields are great for connecting external circuits to your microcontroller board. In this project, you'll learn to make your own custom shields for Arduino.
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We're stoked for Maker Faire Tokyo 2015 this weekend. Can't wait to see all the crazy innovations!
This year's Maker Faire Tokyo, taking place on August 1 and 2, will held at the expansive Tokyo Big Sight. If you can, don't miss out!
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+Hitoshi Mitani haha next year then :p
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Featured story from Volume 46: Build this simple and utilitarian "Truck" of the wooden scooter world with ordinary lumber and hardware, inspired by chukudu, the pickup truck of the Congo.
Build the Congolese workhorse scooter that can haul hundreds of pounds of cargo.
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Would it be OK if I just stuck with my pickup truck?
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Want a robot that moves just like you? That's what Maker Danny' Lego Exosuit does the best!
Using a combination of Lego bricks and other electronics, Danny built a robot that is controlled wirelessly by a wearable Lego "exosuit."
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I wasn't one!!! 👌👌👌
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This giant wooden Game Boy Advance puts off-the-shelf ones to shame: power plug, full access to all ports as well as the SD card, and monitor buttons. It's also 300% bigger than the original!
Wooden Game Boy Advance created by Ryan Bates is the solution to hipster gaming on the go. Its 9" screen is 300% bigger than the original.
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Remember these iconic props from Blade Runner?
Take a look inside Blade Runner's model shop with Syd Mead (conceptual artist for the film). Learn about alternative beginnings and more.
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Have a handful of of Raspberry Pis? Build this neat rack to organize a cluster of 6 Pis.
To organize a cluster of six Raspberry Pi computers, Maker Kim Sung-Taek created a custom acrylic enclosure to stack them neatly.
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+Sarah Rosen   If only it were in a cabinet.  :D
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