Makeys Trophy 2011

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Makeys Trophy 2011 by MAKE Sep 7, 2011

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MAKE magazine is excited to have completed nominations for the first annual MAKE Magazine Industry Maker Awards, AKA “The Makeys.” Over the course of the past 12 weeks, leading up to our award ceremony on September 16 at Maker Faire New York 2011 (to be webcast live from New York City), MAKE has nominated (and published online profiles of) 12 companies that have shown outstanding support for independent maker/hacker culture. Three companies/products have been nominated in four categories.

This year, the physical trophies will be produced in collaboration with Thingiverse.com (the 3D object sharing site), and manufactured by MakerBot Industries (3D printer manufactures).

More info: http://makezine.com/makeys

Trophy design by Jonathan Monaghan, printed by Matt Griffin, based on an illustration by Kim Dow.


Print out all parts and assemble with superglue.

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(P.S I'm using slicer)

Any chance we can get the native files? Blender? I know STL's can be imported but thought i'd check.

I love it! I've been wanting to do a Maker Faire robot! Not to make it pose able via Tony Buser's robot toolkit!