Make: Volume 29
18: Made on Earth
Snapshots from the world of backyard technology.
32: Kyle Machulis: Hardware Hacker
Reverse engineering guru works to unlock our personal data.
By Gary Wolf
36: Groovy Mechanical Sound Players
A look back at the all-mechanical marvels that made fun
sounds over the past 100 years. By Bob Knetzger
1+ 2+3: High-Pressure Foam Rockets
Toy or not, this rocket really packs a punch.
By Rick Schertle
1+ 2+3: Paper Clip Record Player
Got an old vinyl record? Make this pocket player in a few
minutes for less than a penny. By Phil Bowie
156: Howtoons: The Pneumatic Kids
By Saul Griffith and Nick Dragotta
158: Electronics: Fun and Fundamentals
Improbable slots carnival game.
By Charles Platt
161: Toy Inventor’s Notebook
Rootbeer pong bot. By Bob Knetzger
Bend PVC like a champ, outsmart your cards, geek out
on Lego, fly a tiny chopper, and more.
170: Heirloom Technology
Instant cozy kimono. By Tim Anderson
172: Remaking History: The Tuning Fork
Build the 18th-century tool that replaced faulty pitch pipes.
By William Gurstelle
176: Homebrew: My Arduino-Equipped Still
How I solved the dreaded foam-over problem.
By Jay Settle
READ ME: Always check the URL associated
with a project before you get started. There may
be important updates or corrections.
KYLE MACHULIS: A forward-thinking reverse
engineer who focuses on opening the closed.
140: Home iPad stand, wire bending, bar soap.
Hot air balloon.
Hovercraft Shop Vac.
ARDUINO MASH: Microcontrolled moonshine
from a prohibition-era copper still.
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