• MAKEzine reviews 2013’s major developments for Making Professionals

    by  • January 2, 2014 • community shops, distributed manufacturing, Handibot Power Tool, Maker Movement, maker spaces, Resources, The Digital Fab Revolution, The New Industrial Revolution • 0 Comments

    Maker Pro Newsletter’s DC Denison pulls together a round-up of 2013’s developments on the Maker Pro frontier — where making meets business.  Turns out it was a very busy, productive year indeed. Put it on your to-do list to learn more about these start-ups and initiatives — read the round-up here.

    MakeHardware Dev ChartOne that stands out is Maker’s Row, another interesting resource to help designers find U.S.-based factories – large and small. They’ve been focusing on apparel and are now branching out to furniture. The Round-up also gives shout-outs to new developments in hardware, and ShopBot’s Handibot Smart Power Tool gets a mention.

    What do YOU think are the coolest developments of the year?



    Michael Berliner is a marketing strategist and copywriter, and regular contributing writer at 100kGarages.com. www.linkedin.com/in/michaelpberliner/ mberliner.shopbot@gmail.com


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