Grab your camera and capture the beauty inside these natural wonders.
Build an electromagnetic superhero hammer that responds to your touch
The bad and the buoyant reign in the week's Top Tools
Tell us what this is and win a Stanley FatMax hammer
The Breakdown looks at the physics of a remarkable feat
Excerpt: Every Tool's a Hammer
Father's Day -- June 21st -- is right around the corner
Tell us what this machine is and win a Stanley FatMax hammer
Shelter for less than $2 per square yard
The fatal flaw of bike locks: Freezing one makes it easy to bust open. Check out video of some DIY bike theft inside.
Let the fresh air in but keep those rotten bugs out.
When civilization collapses, this hand-built coin press could mint money to buy goats, grain, or even a spouse
Free software lets any computer play hundreds of classic arcade games. So we loaded up an old PC and built a heavy-duty, tricked-out arcade table around it.
An old-school metal shaper makes it look easy
Make a propane-powered forge in your garage and get your hammer and anvil ready
A simple tool you can make yourself, and 27 great locations to try it out
Winter warfare will never be the same.
It's cheaper and sturdier than the store-bought kind
Protect your coffee and your radiator blades with this week's Top Tools
The ultimate gift guide for friends and family members who desperately need to improve their home-improvement skills
It's that time of year again when we express our appreciation for dear old dad. If your father is like most, he can be difficult to shop for. But don't panic, DEWALT has your back with some great gift ideas that will make the most fastidious father jump for joy.
Project tiny specimens onto the walls of your own home.
Using sheets so thin theyâ€™re measured in atoms, you can cover anything with a lasting coat of pure gold
A Wisconsin engineer has produced a cheaper, more durable version of Defense Distributed's 3-D printed pistol on an inexpensive, consumer-grade printer.
Explosive glass drops demonstrate why your car windshield is so strong and safe
Forget about sitting or standing—wear your office while you walk
From my local scrapyard guru, a handy way to cut accurate holes with an oxy-acetylene torch
Motion-triggered monster heads, a witchesâ€™ brew of liquid nitrogen, a projector rigged for fright, and more. Here, our favorite high-tech haunting tricks made easy
How to cast solid, if fleeting, shapes in mercury: Just keep it at 320 degrees below zero
A wacky waving tube guy of your very own
The basics behind cutting steel with flame
Pimp your abode with these home-improvement products.
Hackett relies on his ingenuity to turn spring steel into an edged blade.
A little DIY distilling
This simple beacon can help you in the wild
Send your trash beyond the point of no return.
It's cheap, easy, and quick. Did we mention cheap?
Learn how to weild a plasma cutter like a pro and you can slice through steel like butter
A custom bike burns veggie oilâ€”and rubber
"One time we made a DNA strand 4 feet tall"
Could be used for knife handles or countertops
Bosch reinvents the common nailer, making a smaller tool with the nail-driving power of the big guns
Electroplating makes bumpers shiny and rustproof. It also makes these beautiful bits of industrial waste
Don't let winter isolation ruin your mood.
Why be a read-only member of the blogosphere? Use these cheap and easy tools to start your own
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Create a superbright spotlight just like the stagehands of old: with a blowtorch and a hunk of quicklime
Keep your lawn neat and your tunes near thanks to this week's top tools
Trick out your iPod three ways with these easy accessories
Make a device that lets you easily operate almost any appliance in your house using your TV remote
Popsci.com showcases some of the coolest entries so far
Give your cybernetic “toaster” a new set of eyes
Streamline your environmentalism with this easy and inexpensive project
Fill your favorite nerd's stocking with Make's holiday gift guide
Fourteen days worth of revolutionary green building in just a few minutes
A British engineer builds a half-ton, 1,000-horse drag-racing bike with the power of a monster truck
A new book/kit combo lets you make your own little LED-eyed critters
Not violent, just handy.
Behold this deluxe homemade microbrewery: an elaborate device that boils, ferments, chills, and pours home-crafted ale.
Legos come to life with this classic animation trick.
Combine simple household items to make a rocket propulsion system.
Downsize your pocket cargo with a custom-fit keychain
See plans for a solar-powered bike come together in a Miami high school
Executive editor Mike Haney demonstrates how to make a handy little light from a battery, a bulb, and a resistor
Make the world's coolest belt using a high-tech mash-up of leather straps and a disposable camera
Trick out a flash drive by stripping it bare
A conductive-ink gift for your sweetheart
And how it works
Buy some new crocs, gain a mini movie theater.
Pencil shavings make for cheap circuits
Harnessing the power of sound using office supplies
No orcs or goblins nearby, just an Internet connection
Alan Schilke designed the first wood-and-steel hybrid coaster to complete an inverted barrel roll
Make your car smarter
Build eyewear that flips your perspective around
When Brooke Martin's dog suffered separation anxiety, she built pet communicator iC Pooch
Jazz up the most important meal of the day
Wooden robots, soda geysers, tape flowers, and more