When I first looked into getting a 3D printing pen for my library, I heard a lot of mixed things. Common complaints were that it was difficult to make anything with 3D pens and that using them was painful for … Read more >
This past week, I had some pieces snap off the cap of my water bottle, rendering it semi-usable but certainly not in an ideal state. My first thought, since I’ve been using the 3D printer a lot lately, was that … Read more >
Robot Test Kitchen is a site created by a group of youth and teen librarians who work with robotics and other maker technologies. The site includes reviews for popular makerspace tools, ideas for programs, and a “True Confessions” section where librarians … Read more >
This week’s guest post comes from Stephen Liu. Check out his bio at the end of the post for more information!
Thanks to the internet, oodles of people around the world think they can become DJs and producers just by downloading … Read more >
Making digital objects–webpages, gifs, music, you name it–is one of my favorite kinds of making, because as long as I’ve got my computer and a functioning internet connection, I don’t have to worry about other supplies (or mess!). Better yet, … Read more >