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How To Make Super Cheap Cosplay

(Source: kotaku.com)

Photo: Takaya

Last year, Kotaku profiled Japanese cosplayer Takaya. His creations aren’t only clever, but also super cheap. He’s been showing off his creative process. 67 more words

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DIY Bunkbed with No Screws, #MadeWithTinkercad

Tinkercad designer Yuriy Sklyar recently completed and released his designs for a completely screw-less, easy to assemble bunkbed—all designed with Tinkercad.

Do-it-yourself type? You can grab all the files you’ll need to get started for free. 50 more words

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Dominoes, Trains, and Cars #MadeWithTinkercad

Check out Sara Cath’s Adventures – she’s got a great post on her creative and detailed #MadeWithTinkercad projects. Amazing job!

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TinkerStar: Christopher Sweeney

TinkerStar: Christopher Sweeney

Tinkercad Username: csweeneyartist

How did you find out about Tinkercad? From sessions at National Art Education Association conferences.

What is your favorite feature in the Tinkercad editor? 228 more words

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TinkerStar: Jason Martin-Hiner

TinkerStar: Jason Martin-Hiner

Tinkercad Username:  Jason Martin-Hiner

How did you find out about Tinkercad? I’ve been using Tinkercad since the first launch and was awarded educator licenses to use with teacher and students. 230 more words

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TinkerStar: Jeffery Lovegrove

TinkerStar: Jeffery Lovegrove

Tinkercad UsernameJeffery Lovegrove

How did you find out about Tinkercad? From a fellow teacher at another school.

What is your favorite feature in the Tinkercad editor?  114 more words

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Ramsey Musallam on Acts of Making in the Classroom

After undergoing open heart surgery, Ramsey Musallam, a STEM educator at Sonoma Academy, was inspired to reimagine the way his students learn in the classroom. Ramsey’s teaching now incorporates his physician’s rules for maximizing learning—be curious, embrace chaos, and practice reflection. 661 more words

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