Makers, electronic enthusiasts and hobbyists are sure to be interested to know that the official Raspberry Pi Foundation has today announced the release of the latest edition of the new HackSpace magazine. Volume 3 brings with it interesting articles about scrap heap hacking, and constructing new devices created using part scavenged from junk.
The team also visit the Cheltenham Hackspace to learn how to make a leather belt, and move on to Liverpool to discover the ways in which an open-source design and some bits and bobs from IKEA are protecting our food supply. The team also cover how 3D printing is helping to save resources, and in some case lives, in the developing world. As well as taking a look inside the Nottingham Hackspace.
Together with tutorials explaining how to 3D printing on fabric, Arduino programming, and ESP8266 hacking and more. Physical copies of Volume 3 of the awesome HackSpace magazine our now available to purchase in UK newsagents, and you can also order it directly from the official Raspberry Pi Press store, or download the free PDF version direct from the Raspberry Pi Foundation website.
For more information on what you can expect to enjoy in the latest edition and to get your copy jump over to the Raspberry Pi website by following the link below.