With a little bit of coding, you can breathe life into anything. Discover the building blocks of programming that will take your creations to the next level - whether that's motors, servos, sensors or just adding blinkenlights. Coding is a superpower!
- How to build an elite-level hot air balloon
- Get ready for Christmas with flashy festive PCBs ...
- ... and mince pies!
- Weave fabric on a tiny loom
- Get a taste of what's coming next in the world of 3D printing
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Table of Contents
Meet the Maker: Jonny Taphouse
Coding for Makers
Interview: Alan 'Pooch' Puccinelli
Improviser's Toolbox CDs
SoM Lightweight PLA
Tutorial Mince pies
Tutorial Dragon egg
Tutorial Sound tracker
Tutorial Christmas PCBs
Tutorial Raspberry Pi
Best of Breed
Review Engineer spanners
Review Anycubic Kobra Neo
HackSpace Magazine: Issue 61
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