MAKE: makers Faire newsletter

Tattoo Circuit
Tuesday November 22, 2016
Light Up Your Body with Temporary Tattoo Circuits
Take a look at how different artists are creating unique circuits that are functional and fashionable. With conductive ink, electroluminescent panels, LEDS, and more, temporary tattoos get an electrifying upgrade.
Bottlecap Counter Top

Six Projects to Justify Hoarding Your Bottle Caps
If you’ve been collecting bottle caps for years, you might finally have enough to make something interesting. Or at the very least make you think twice about tossing that cap in the recycle bin.

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Ethan Kadish and Scott Alexia

14-Year-Old Builds Communication Device for Brain-Injured Friend
Try not to get anything in your eye as you learn this moving story of a teen helping an injured friend communicate with the world again after a freak accident.

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Dale and Makers

Makers in the Arab World
As Make: founder Dale Dougherty reports, these young Egyptian innovators are embracing technology and maker culture despite — or because of — political challenges.

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Make: Gift Guide - Holiday ideas for the makers in your life!
Lisa Winter

Maker Spotlight: Lisa Winter
You might remember Lisa Winter from her days in the BattleBots arena, but her ingenuity and creativity don’t stop there!

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Classroom Printer

Six Qualities for Buying a 3D Printer for Your Classroom
As schools and educators seek advice for classroom 3D printers, it’s important to recognize that the needs of students are different than those of hobbyists or professionals. Here are a few important criteria for educators to consider.

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More from Make:
Make: Volume 54 is available on newsstands now! Pick up a copy or subscribe to never miss an issue.
Maker Tim Giles repurposed his broken hoverboard and rebuilt it as a powerful mountainboard. Watch how he did it.
There’s a lot to love about the N2 Plus. This 3D printer is big! Check out our review in the newly updated 3D Printer Buyer’s Guide 2017.
Make: Gift Guide — Science
Cell Phone Camera Microscope
Arduino EKG Shield
FLIR One Thermal Imager
USB Borescope

Upcoming Maker Faires
»  Pleasant Prairie Mini Maker Faire (WI): Nov 26
»  Lviv Mini Maker Faire (Ukraine): Nov 26
»  DTLA Mini Maker Faire (Los Angeles, CA): Dec 3
»  Chengdu Mini Maker Faire (Sichuan, China): Dec 3–4
»  Ogaki Mini Maker Faire Ogaki City, Japan): Dec 3–4
»  Bogotá Mini Maker Faire (Columbia): Dec 10–11
Find a Maker Faire near you on the Maker Faire map.

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