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Make: Volume 43 (Paperback): Jason Babler Make: Volume 43 (Paperback)
Jason Babler
R216 R162 Discovery Miles 1 620 Save R54 (25%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

As electronics have shrunk and power requirements have gotten less demanding, it's no surprise that we're starting to wear our electronic creations. Today's microcontrollers are tiny micro-sized computers that can be embedded into many projects--especially wearables. And they are perfectly happy running off a coin cell or rechargeable lithium polymer battery. This issue explores the latest trends in microcontrollers, with a special focus on wearable and lightweight boards. With 34 projects inside, you can build everything from a smart watch to your own electronic garments. A special section on Intel's Edison tells you everything you need to know about this powerful, inexpensive, and lightweight board.

Make: Volume 46 (Paperback): Jason Babler Make: Volume 46 (Paperback)
Jason Babler
R225 R172 Discovery Miles 1 720 Save R53 (24%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Hack your ride! In this volume of Make:, you'll find a 21-page special section on connected cars. You'll also see the world's cutest go-kart, DIY electric vehicles, 12 bike mods, and learn about custom dashboard computing. And if you can't wait for the upcoming movie, build yourself a working, Star Wars-inspired, BB-8 droid! This issue also features skill builders on spray paint, choosing the right battery, and working with sheet metal and rivets. On top of that, you'll find 40 projects, including: A 3D-printed RC race car The million-color flashlight Water balloon cannon

Make: Volume 47 (Paperback): Jason Babler Make: Volume 47 (Paperback)
Jason Babler
R215 R160 Discovery Miles 1 600 Save R55 (26%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this Issue we explore DIY space. Hear from "The Martian" author Andy Weir, in conversation with Adam Savage. Also learn how to hunt killer asteroids and perfect your star photography. In this issue, you'll: Learn how you can help NASA; Check out Bill Nye's Lightsail; Build a working ion engine and Hack a dead satellite.

Make: Volume 45 (Paperback): Jason Babler Make: Volume 45 (Paperback)
Jason Babler
R215 R161 Discovery Miles 1 610 Save R54 (25%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

May is Robot Month at Maker Media, and in this volume of Make:, we'll take a deeper look at the latest developments in the robotics industry; the DIY humanoid robotic movement, the resurgence of battling bots, and Maker manufacturing (both in Shenzhen and domestically). In this issue: Inmoov: The coolest builds of the 3D printed, open-source robot from France that has become a global prototyping platform. Combat Bots are Back! Battle bots are making their resurgence and influencing real-world robot applications. (Includes a Combat Bot design project!) Featured Project: Universal Gripper/robotic hand Featured Project: DIY Self-Balancing Robot (Arduino-based build) Gareth Branwyn navigates the Maker manufacturing scene and provides stories and insights.

Make: Technology on Your Time V42 (Paperback): Jason Babler Make: Technology on Your Time V42 (Paperback)
Jason Babler
R217 R163 Discovery Miles 1 630 Save R54 (25%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

With 3D printing advancing at an incredible pace, Make continues to lead with in-depth testing and reviews of the latest machines, newest printing software, and coolest prints and projects to create. This year's crop of printers features sleek, high-tech looks coupled with increasingly sophisticated interfaces that lower the barrier of entry to a wider range of new users. We'll show buyers how to pick the best printer for their needs, how to use it effectively, and how to fix problems when they arise. All this plus the wide-range of projects, features, and columns found in every issue of Make:--it's our annual best-seller, better than ever! In this issue: 24 Head-to-head printer reviews 10 cool prints in under 30 minutes "State of 3D Printing" overview Sneak peek at tomorrow's 3D printers Plus More Projects: 3D-printed Eyeglass frames CT-scanned skulls and medical images Nerf Blaster Sentry Turret Open-Source Smartwatch

Make: Volume 44 (Paperback): Jason Babler Make: Volume 44 (Paperback)
Jason Babler
R215 R160 Discovery Miles 1 600 Save R55 (26%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

These days drones are buzzing, not only in the skies, but throughout the maker community! Makers' love affair with drones is easy to understand: it has all the trademarks of the maker movement. From open source hardware, robotics (like sensors), cameras, to innovative applications to solve real-world problems, drones are fun and functional. In Volume 44 of Make:, the editors dive into the red-hot world of quadcopters, with drone builds and inspired aerial activities.

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