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Written By: Bill Griggs

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Welcome passionate Makers,

Come right in and enjoy all the imaginative, creative projects. Makermasters is where you will learn about the fascinating people who are remaking the world one project at time. People creating everything, from DIY technology and electronics to life size rocket ships in their back yards. These are projects made in garages, workshops and sewing rooms from all over the world. We will show you the people who are making unique and often one-of-a-kind items just for the simple pleasures of creation. If you’re interested in model airplanes, robotics, CNC machines, laser cutting, woodworking, metalworking, drawing, web publishing, CAD, tinkering and playing jazz you will enjoy spending your time here.


How we finance this site: Hosting a website can be an expensive proposition. To help pay to keep this site running I place offers for products I like on the site. I do not make any money directly from these products but I do get a small stipend if you buy from the sponsors who support this site. Disclosure:  Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.  Please understand that I have personal experience with all of these companies, and I recommend them because they are helpful or I find them useful, not because of the small commissions I might make if you decide to buy something.  Please don’t spend any money on these products unless you feel you need them or that they will help you achieve your goals.

Please feel free to give us feed back on your experience with any of these products. It is important to me that my readers only get the best possible content and I only provide them with solid reputable companies.

 

6 Comments

  1. Bill Griggs says:

    Thanks David.

  2. Karl Miller says:

    Hey Bill. I am a maker-wannabe in the Syracuse area and am looking for others in the area as well. I will attempt to use your Rockler and Amazon links to purchase my stuff in the future because I want to support the local maker community (which I didn’t know existed until now).
    As a matter of fact, I will copy the links for those affiliate sites into my ANTP page (just google “awesome new tab page chrome web store”).

  3. Bill Griggs says:

    Karl,

    Syracuse has a small but growing maker community. There are two hacker spaces available in the Syracuse area. Syracuse Innovator Guild http://sig315.org/. There is also the FAB Lab at Fayetteville Free Library. Those should get you started.

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