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January 2016 | Vol 12 | Issue 1
ABOUT THE ISSUE
Time is free, but it's also priceless. When you're a maker, sometimes you wish the day was just a little bit longer so you can squeeze in one more project. We haven't figured out a way to print a time machine with the 3D Idea Builder yet, but we do have some great tips from our Chief Makers for maximizing the time you spend in the workshop. We also have three fantastic projects this month including a wall organizer to help you get your workshop and schedule in order.

Let's make 2016 the year where we make time to make more!
MAKER OF THE MONTH: Celina Muire
MEET Celina Muire, MAKER IN RESIDENCE
Celina Muire is an Austin based pyrographer and woodworker who juggles creating beautiful kitchenware and bed frames with running her own business. We spoke with her to find out where her inspiration comes from and how she turned her hobby into a job she loves.
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DREMEL WEEKENDS PROJECT
Wall Organizer
Keep everyone on the same page this year with a fun-to-customize memo board and organizer.
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DREMEL WEEKENDS PROJECT
Industrial Lamp
Recycle items around your home to create a unique, industrial-looking lamp.
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3D CORNER
3D Printed Canadarm Model
Our friend Jon over at Instrucables is back with another space-inspired 3D printing project. This time it's a miniature 3D printed Canadarm robot arm just like the one used for retrieving satellites and knocking ice off the MIR Space Station.
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Dremel Derby Days 2016
Dremel Derby Days are Racing Toward the Finish Line!
We're still on the lookout for the best Pinewood Derby cars in our annual Derby Days Design Contest. If you haven't had a chance to attend one of our Derby Days clinics at Lowe's or submit your design, there's still time to take the checkered flag!
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Advice for New Makers from Maker in Residence, Keith Hahn
Get comfortable with your tools and better results on your project.
If you're reading this, you've probably been bitten by the making bug. Congratulations on your new addiction! By now you realize that you will need some tools to bring your projects to life. Before you get to work, there are still some things to think about.
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ENTER TO WIN
Win the Dremel US40 Ultra-Saw
The Dremel Ultra-Saw is a mini circular saw that was designed for users who want a tool that can do everything the Dremel Saw-Max can do, and more. With a 7.5-amp motor and a durable drive train, the Ultra-Saw has more power for making long cuts. A metal foot and guard resists the heat generated by heavy-duty jobs like grinding and cutting metal. Large, 3.5- and 4-inch cutting wheels give our small circular saw fast cutting speeds and improved performance in a wide variety of materials. Plus, with our exclusive accessories, the Dremel Ultra-Saw offers the added ability to perform surface preparation tasks like removing paint, rust and thin-set mortar.
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HOW-TO VIDEOS
Check out the Dremel YouTube channel for videos on projects, tips and tricks.
DREMEL WEEKENDS
In need of a good weekend project? Get some inspiration from Dremel Weekends!
ONLINE CATALOG
Our interactive product catalog is a perfect way to get information on all your favorite Dremel tools, accessories and attachments.
CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations to Kevin from Orlando, FL. He won a Dremel VRT-1 Vacuum Powered Rotary Tool in the last eNewsletter giveaway.
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