Weekend Watch: 30 Videos in 30 days

30 days worth of videos from Giaco Whatever and David Waelder gives you plenty to watch this weekend. More than plenty. Read more on MAKE The post Weekend Watch: 30 … Continue Reading →


Transforming Mouse Traps into a Cheesy Snack Display

You wouldn’t normally want to snag a piece of cheese from a mouse trap, but Stephen Johnson thought they’d make for a fun cheese board. Read more on MAKE The … Continue Reading →


Make Your Own Wooden Pizza Peel

Get yourself started in woodworking with this simple and lovely pizza peel. Read more on MAKE The post Make Your Own Wooden Pizza Peel appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and … Continue Reading →


Weekend Watch: Mike Merzke Shares His “Woodshop Confessions”

When he’s not serving his country Mike Merzke likes to work in his woodshop, blogging and filming his progress. Read more on MAKE The post Weekend Watch: Mike Merzke Shares … Continue Reading →


Weekend Watch: Mike Mertzke Shares His “Woodshop Confessions”

When he’s not serving his country Mike Mertzke likes to work in his woodshop, blogging and filming his progress. Read more on MAKE The post Weekend Watch: Mike Mertzke Shares … Continue Reading →


Build a Rustic Cedar Hot Tub for Under $1,000

After a long day of working on the homestead, nothing beats a warm soak in a rustic cedar hot tub that was built for under $1000. Read more on MAKE … Continue Reading →


How to Use Autodesk Fusion 360 for CNC Milling

Don’t get bogged down in details, just get started. Here is a basic walk-through of Fusion 360 so you can get started today. Read more on MAKE The post How … Continue Reading →


DiResta: CNC Tool Tote

The best way to learn is stop reading and just start making! Diresta shows us how he adapts an old design for an X-carve machine. Read more on MAKE The … Continue Reading →


DIY Pop-Up Bench Dogs!

Fashion a series of maker’s best friends, bench dogs, to dutifully hold your work on the bench. Read more on MAKE The post DIY Pop-Up Bench Dogs! appeared first on Make: … Continue Reading →


5 Maker Projects Perfect for Independence Day

Make the most of your Independence Day holiday with these five projects. Read more on MAKE The post 5 Maker Projects Perfect for Independence Day appeared first on Make: DIY Projects … Continue Reading →


Weekend Watch: Making in Small Spaces with One Car Workshop

When I started making stuff, I was scared of mistakes. When I began to make videos, I was scared of rejection. When I went full-time, I was scared of failure. … Continue Reading →


YouTube Makers Doing 30 Videos in 30 Days

Two well-known YouTube woodworkers challenge each other to a month of making and video documentation. Read more on MAKE The post YouTube Makers Doing 30 Videos in 30 Days appeared first … Continue Reading →


Making an Upcycled Sawdust Stove with Laura Kampf

Sawdust. If you’re a woodworker chances are you’ve got a ton of the stuff flying around. Put it to use with a DIY Sawdust Stove. Read more on MAKE The … Continue Reading →


“Vance Maker” and the Joys of Making with Kids

Those moments you spend with your kids making things will likely be some of your most cherished. Read more on MAKE The post “Vance Maker” and the Joys of Making … Continue Reading →


Weekend Watch: Tiny Home Living with the Von Thompsons

The Von Thompsons are living a charmed life in Washington in their converted school bus tiny home. See how they make small living spaces. Read more on MAKE The post … Continue Reading →


Fashion a Mini Belt Sander Attachment for Your Dremel

Hey ho, I’m sanding! With a mini belt sander attachment for your Dremel you can take your sanding projects on the go. Read more on MAKE The post Fashion a … Continue Reading →


Repurposing a Drill Press into a Wooden Lathe

Everything you need to make a wooden lathe is right there in your drill press. Read more on MAKE The post Repurposing a Drill Press into a Wooden Lathe appeared first … Continue Reading →


7 CNC Fixturing Tips for a Small Shop

If you have small delicate material or large objects without flat surfaces, you can still get a good grip for your CNC with the right fixturing. Read more on MAKE … Continue Reading →