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Hackaday Editors take a look at all of the interesting uses of technology that pop up on the internet each week. Topics cover a wide range like bending consumer electronics to your will, designing circuit boards, building robots, writing software, 3D printing interesting objects, and using machine tools. Get your fix of geeky goodness from new episodes every Friday morning.
 
Hi this is Scott Tarcy and welcome to the Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast This is the intro podcast to give you a little background on me and what I would like to do with this podcast I’m a mechanical engineer and the president of CADdesignhelp.com. My company does CAD work and prototyping. I love designing and inventing products and creating businesses around that activity. There are many podcasts out there about entrepreneurship and a few about inventing, but I have yet to find a podcast ...
 
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In-depth discussion on all technical, educational and entrepreneurial aspects of 3D Printing. With an emphasis on tips and tricks for hobbyists and professionals Andy Cohen and Whitney Potter delve into all aspects of this exciting hotbed of innovation and potential.
 
The art and technology podcast bridges the gap between the traditional studio and digital technologies. It offers a generous helping of innovation and a smidgen of science, all combined by very creative people. Artists, researchers, resources, inventors, and some topics that are extreme and unusual are discussed. Further topic discussions on each topic can be found on the forums at digitalsculpting.net
 
Welcome to MakingChips - We believe that manufacturing is challenging, but if you are connected to a community of leaders, you can elevate your skills, solve your problems and grow your business. Making Chips is a weekly podcast that will EQUIP and INSPIRE MANUFACTURING LEADERS to succeed in the challenging world of manufacturing. Our mission is for the METALWORKING NATION to Think Differently About Manufacturing In Order to Elevate their Game. Your hosts, Jason Zenger & Jim Carr, own manufa ...
 
Welcome to the Lattice podcast, the official podcast for 3DHEALS. This is where you will find fun but in-depth conversations (by founder Jenny Chen) with technological game-changers, creative minds, entrepreneurs, rule breakers, and more focusing on how we can use 3D technologies, like 3D printing and bioprinting to reinvent healthcare and even life sciences. This podcast will also include AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions, past Instagram Live interviews, and other direct engagements with our T ...
 
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In this fun and insightful conversation with the co-founder and co-owner of Cabiomede (Instagram: @CabiomedeVet), I learned a lot more about Mateusz Pawlik, who is behind many of the incredible 3D printing veterinary products for both surgical plannings and for educational purposes. As a young entrepreneur, Mateusz shared with us his earlier failur…
 
In this episode, we were fortunate to interview the CEO of Brinter, Tomi Kalpio, on Instagram Live to learn the birth history of Brinter, what makes Brinter differentiated from other bioprinting platforms, biotechnology entrepreneur life in Finland, Tomi’s vision for the bioprinting and regenerative medicine field, and the future of Brinter, why “c…
 
Hackaday editors Mike and Elliot Williams catch up on a week's worth of hacks. It turns out there are several strange radio bands that don't require a license, and we discuss this weekend's broadcast where you can listen in. It's unlikely you've ever seen the website check-box abused quite like this: it's the display for playing Doom! Just when you…
 
CEO of The North Face Company - Hap Klopp - Ep 110 Hap Klopp spent 20 years as CEO and President of The North Face. In that time, he turned two small retail stores into one of the most recognized and well-respected outdoor gear companies in the world. He also authored 2 books (and my uncle Brian Tarcy wrote the books). 1. Conquering the North Face …
 
In this episode of Making Chips, we dive back into the conversation with Titan Gilroy. This time, we talk about how Titan’s TV show, “American Built,” came to life. We also talk about how he almost gave up the TV show to do something he was passionate about—helping prisoners transform their lives and learn to become full-fledged machinists. This pa…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys chew the fat over the coolest of hacks. It's hard to beat two fascinating old-tech demonstraters; one is a mechanical computer for accurate cheese apportionment, the other an ADC built from logic chips. We gawk two very different uses of propeller-based vehicles; one a flying-walker, the other a grou…
 
This episode takes you (and us) to Texas to speak with Titan Gilroy. He calls himself an advocate for advanced manufacturing, and that’s a huge understatement. He runs two academies that teach what it takes to be a success in manufacturing. His personal stroy demonstrates that becoming a success in the industry — individually or as an organization …
 
Hackaday editors Tom Nardi and Elliot Williams bring you up to speed on the most interesting stories of the week. Hackaday's Remoticon and Germany's Chaos Communication Congress are virtual again this year, but the Vintage Computer Festival will be live. We'll also talk about ocean-going drones, the recreation of an old-school light bulb with a pot…
 
According to a recent article in Reuters, “The ISM said its index of national factory activity inched up to 59.9 last month from a reading of 59.5 in July. A reading above 50 indicates expansion in manufacturing, which accounts for 11.9% of the U.S. economy.” Manufacturing is on the rise, yet every industry is struggling with an impaired supply cha…
 
Outer Space Logistics – Luca Rossettini- Ep 109 Luca Rossettini is the CEO and Co-founder of D-Orbit, Expert at the Space Advisory Group of the European Commission. He is an Aerospace Engineer with a Ph.D. in advanced space propulsion, awarded with honors by Politecnico di Milano. Early in life, his goal was to be an astronaut, but he was not selec…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys peruse the great hardware hacks of the past week. There's a robot walker platform that wirelessly offloads motor control planning to a computer. We take a look at automating your fishing boat with a trolling motor upgrade, building the hoover dam in your back yard, and playing Holst's Planets on an a…
 
In this episode of The Lattice podcast, we had the opportunity to chat with professor Ali Khademhosseini about his career, starting when he was a chemical engineering graduate student to becoming a full professor at Harvard, bicoastal move to UCLA, three-time entrepreneur, becoming an Amazon Fellow, to finally becoming the founder and director of t…
 
Do your employees feel like they’re a means to an end? I think a lot of team members don’t realize—or believe—that we care about them. Some feel that when you hold them accountable to hit their numbers that data is all you care about. But that isn’t always the case. At the end of the day, we’re all business leaders who need an efficient working env…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams marvel at a week packed full of great hardware hacks. Do you think the engineers who built the earliest home computers knew that their work would be dissected decades later for conference talks full of people hungry to learn the secret sauce? The only thing better than the actual engineering of the C…
 
Create a business that can thrive without you – John Warrillow - Ep 108 John Warrillow is the Founder of The Value Builder System, a simple software for building the value of a company used by thousands of businesses worldwide. John is an expert on how to guide business owners to structure their business so that is sellable. John has built and sold…
 
The U.S. labor market is still struggling despite record numbers of job openings. Businesses aren’t able to hire as quickly as they need to. What’s the holdup? Is there a lack of candidates in the market? Are people choosing not to return to work? In this episode of Making Chips we dissect what’s happening—and a few things you can do about it. Segm…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys look back on a great week of hardware hacking. What a time to be alive when you can use open source tools to decode signals from a probe that has long since left our solar system! We admire two dirt-cheap builds, one to measure current draw in mains power, another to mill small parts with great preci…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Tom Nardi go over the best stories and hacks from the previous week, covering everything from sidestepping rockets to homebrew OLED displays. We'll cover an incredible attempt to really emulate the Nintendo Game Boy, low-cost injection molding of rubbery parts, a tube full of hypersonic shockwaves, and how a hacked …
 
I wanted to differentiate myself among other machine shops in the area with the new Carr Machine & Tool location. The shop floor is where we make our money. I took extra steps in the process to create a new image for my shop. I wanted to present it in a way that was sophisticated, high-tech, polished, and professional—while remaining efficient. Tha…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys are joined by contributing editor Jenny List to talk about her adventure at Born Hack last week. We also discuss the many capacitor values that go into regen receivers, the quest for a Raspberry Pi handheld that includes a slide-out keyboard, and how capacitive touch might make mice (mouses?) and tou…
 
Everyone is familiar with the concept of networking. But how many people actually implement it to grow themselves and their businesses? In this episode of Making Chips, Jim, Jason, and I dive into how networking has impacted our businesses in unexpected ways. To hear the good, bad, and the ugly—give it a listen! Segments [0:18] Check out ProShop ER…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams wade into a week of wonderful hacks. There's an acrylic lens that hides images in the network of caustics: the light rays that shine through it. Boston Dynamics is finally showing the good stuff; people wrenching on 'bots, and all kinds of high-end equipment failure, along with some epic successes. C…
 
Blockchain-powered Gold - Nick Prouten - Ep 107 Nick is a veteran in public speaking and a team leader able to pitch projects, ideas and concepts. A firm believer that diversity is strength. Nicholas has worked in a wide array of industries ranging from cyber security, gaming, real estate, entertainment, tech and blockchain. We first discuss the ba…
 
Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys debate the great mysteries of the hacking universe. On tap this week is news that Sam Zeloof has refined his home lab chip fabrication process and it's incredible! We see a clever seismometer built from plastic pipe, a laser, and a computer mouse. There's a 3D printed fabric that turns into a hard sh…
 
Part of being a machine shop owner—and a business owner in general—is that every day there’s a new challenge to navigate. A machine might break down. Perhaps someone who has been a team member for decades quits. Your factory could burn to the ground. Or your Dad—the owner and manager of the shop—gets sick with cancer. That’s how Nick Sainati was th…
 
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams recount the past week in hardware hacking. There's a new Tamagochi hack that runs the original ROM on plain old microcontrollers like the STM32. Did you know you can blast the Bayer filter off a camera sensor using a powerful laser and the sensor will still work? We didn't. There was a lot of debate …
 
What is the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)? The DOD is implementing the CMMC to normalize and standardize cybersecurity preparedness across the Federal government’s defense industrial base. Meaning? If you’re doing DOD work, they’re mandating that you get this certification. So you need to know what this is all about. We’ve broug…
 
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