This photography light strip is practically snap-together; read on to see how you can build a 15,000 lumen continuous lighting system with hardware store parts.
Courtesy of DIY Photography reader Flaviu Leordeanu, this simple photography hack involves using a sturdy 10-socket industrial power strip to server as the framework for a 10-bulb light strip. Hit up the link below for a closer look.
How to Build a Sweet and Simple CFL Light Strip [DIY Photography]
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Next year we get our first 3D Printer as Jason is going to build one, the alternative to the one we have chosen is the Maker Bot and the following is the article reprinted from the NYTimes here so we don’t lose it. Go to the NYTimes and read 3-D Art for All: Ready to Print for all the related multimedia and related articles.
I missed Maker Faire in San Mateo, CA for the first time in awhile and I find myself wondering how will I get all of you to experience being a Maker if I stop. It isn’t how well one does it, or what kind of things one MAKEs, but it is the being a builder that matters.