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HDPLEX 400w Review - CPU GPU Test

Ian Reardon | November 15, 2017 @ 5:02PM

A Review of the HDPLEX 400w DC-ATX PSU and a CPU/GPU Stress Test

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Gigabyte GTX 1080 ITX/Mini Review

Ian Reardon | November 3, 2017 @ 5:21PM

A review of the Gigabyte ITX sized GTX 1080 Gpu. Comparison to GTX 1070 ITX/Mini

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Timber Case Launches on Kickstarter

Ian Reardon | June 14, 2017 @ 11:22AM

Today we launched the Timber Case - Our wooden & 3D printed PC case on Kickstarter!

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Timber Case Kickstarter - PCMR Giveaway

Ian Reardon | June 14, 2017 @ 10:36AM

The Timber Case wouldn't exist without Reddit or PCMR. To thank you, I'm giving away some hardware.

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Wooden/3D Printed Overwatch ITX Case

Ian Reardon | May 18, 2017 @ 8:20PM

This is the 4th prototype of the Wooden PC case. I love Overwatch and this is now my main gaming machine.

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Prototype 3 - AMD Ryzen 7 Mini Build

Ian Reardon | May 3, 2017 @ 7:26PM

AMD Ryzen ITX motherboards are in short supply. For Prototype 3 I built an ITX sized case with an ATX motherboard.

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3D Printed PC Power Button/Switch with IO

Ian Reardon | April 30, 2017 @ 2:08PM

3D printed PC power button (spring loaded) with two USB ports, audio out and microphone input

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Tablet/Notebook Lapdesk - Wood & 3D Printed

Ian Reardon | April 27, 2017 @ 3:43PM

Bring your best desktop keyboard and mouse setup to your tablet or laptop. No compromises gaming setup.

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3D Printed 120mm Fan Dust Cover

Ian Reardon | April 18, 2017 @ 1:31PM

3D printed dust shield that attaches to the back of a 120mm PC fan. Dust screen is easy to clean and/or replace.

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3D Printed 2.5 inch Drive Mount

Ian Reardon | April 15, 2017 @ 2:29PM

3D Printed 2.5 inch drive mount for use in the Wooden PC project. Makes it easy to add/remove drives.

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Wooden PC Case - Prototype 2 Build Log

Ian Reardon | April 7, 2017 @ 7:01PM

Wood & 3D Printed PC - Prototype 2 Build

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Wood & 3D Printed Custom PC Case Line

Ian Reardon | April 7, 2017 @ 6:01PM

A full line (ITX, mATX, ATX and E-ATX) of Desktop PC cases made from wood and 3D printed parts.

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Shapeoko XL Desktop CNC Machine

Ian Reardon | April 3, 2017 @ 10:08PM

The Shapeoko XL is a desktop CNC machine capable of machining aluminum and other materials

Lulzbot Taz6 3D Printer

Our Primary 3D Printer

Ian Reardon | April 3, 2017 @ 10:08PM

The Lulzbot Taz 6 does the majority of our 3D printing. It is one of the most reliable non-commercial 3D printers.

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What is Make4 and Why Should you Care?

Ian Reardon | March 19, 2017 @ 5:07PM

Make4 wants to help communities design, build, and manufacture their own hardware

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Make4 Clip-On Controller Monitor

Ian Reardon | February 13, 2017 @ 7:38PM

The Make4 Clip-On Controller Monitor allows you to play PC games on a portable device with no input lag.

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Make4 Sim Racing Cockpit, Adjustable, DIY

Ian Reardon | February 10, 2017 @ 9:35PM

The Make4 Sim Racing Cockpit is a fully adjustable, open source, and affordable to build (DIY) racing simulator.

What is Make4

Read our About Page to really understand what we're trying to do

TLDR; Encourage the community to make its own products

Wood/3D Printed PC Case

On Kickstarter!

Full LIne of Customizable Wooden PC Cases (ITX through EATX)

Make4 Controller Monitor

Proof of Concept

An LCD Screen that Clips onto your Steam Controller

Make4 Sim Racing Cockpit

Prototype Built

The Make4 Sim Racing Cockpit is open source and fully adjustable.

Every Make4 Projects starts with the idea that it will be designed, built, and manufactured by members of the community. From PC enthusiast designing parts and accessories for the PC, to drone pilots upgrading their aircraft, a product’s users are in the best position to improve and iterate on existing designs.

The rise of 3D Printers, desktop CNC, CAD software, and the collective knowledge of the internet has, for the first time, allowed consumers to design and manufacture products without an enormous amount of capital or an extensive formal education.

Make4 believes that the revolution has just begun. 3D printers are continuing to evolve and become more affordable. Our children are learning basic CAD and design skills as part of their formal education. The Maker hobby/industry is growing exponentially. This shift from big-business manufacturing and design to a user-centered means of production is just getting out of the gate. Join us for the ride.

CAD Design
Build Prototype
All Design Files Published
CAD Redesigns by Make4 & Community
Build Prototype
Repeat Indefinitely

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