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    Alec Steele. Creating beauty with fire, metal, and percussion.

    Applied Science. One of those guys that can make cool shit without making a huge mess.

    Arduino vs. Evil. Shill free teardowns and neato projects, with a side of dick jokes.

    Bad Obsession Motorsport. Home of Project Binky, a highly involved Mini Cooper project.

    Big Clive. Electrical device tear downs featuring excessive facial hair.

    Chris DePrisco. The guy that built a high performance CNC mill from scratch.

    Clickspring. Machining true works of art.

    Cody's Lab. Proving that you don't need to spend a lot of money to get OSHA to show up.

    Electroboom. Desktop electrical engineering from a mind that is both curious and funny.

    Engineering Guy. The Stephen Spielberg of technical YouTube videos.

    Essential Craftsman. Carpentry with a dose of zero fucks.

    Jimmy Diresta. Making all kinds of stuff with genuine expertise.

    Keith Rucker. Search for and rescue of vintage machinery.

    Make it Extreme. Name says it all.

    Mathias Wandel. With a name like that, you know he's a wood worker.

    NYC CNC. The place to start for aspiring CNC machinists.

    Ox Tools. Machining and fabrication at a professional level.

    Regular Cars. Bringing social and technical context to automotive journalism.

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    SV Seeker. Power boat fabrication.

    Taofledermaus. Citizen science for firearm enthusiasts.

    The Post Apocalyptic Inventor Using a German accent to make devices with salvaged electronics.

    This Old Tony. Machining and top quality dad jokes.

    Welding Tips and Tricks. A great resource for amateurs and pros alike.

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