The Make or Break Podcast is a weekly audio and video series that features amazing makers across the world. We dive into the greatest things they make as well as lessons learned from the things they break! Featuring woodworking, metalworking, electronics, 3d printing and more!
Autodesk Fusion 360 with Lars Christensen
This week we are chatting with Lars Christensen the Lead of Fusion 360 Customer Success and Adoption Team. We get into Lars' long history with modeling making and CNC plus dive deep into the weeds of 3D modeling and Fusion 360.
The Inventables X-Carve Pro with Zach Kaplan
This week we are chatting with Zach Kaplan the CEO of Inventables. They just released a brand new CNC the X-Carve Pro. We get into all the details, the production process and how Zach see's the Pro fitting in the CNC landscape moving forward.
Building a Playable Wooden Gameboy with Andrew Guevara
This week we are chatting with Andrew (@AGDuzIt) all about his collaboration build with Ricky Saetta where they built a giant wooden Game Boy that is playable. We get into the design process as well as the crazy electronics he put into it!
LEGO Masters with Boone Builds
This week we are chatting with Boone Langston aka Boone Builds. Boone is amazing LEGO builder who recently competed on Fox's LEGO Masters. We get into all things LEGO!
Making a Pixelated End Table with Zac Builds
This week we are chatting with Zac Builds about his pixelated end table build as well as how he gets such great photos of his builds.
3D Printed Face Masks with Prusa 3D’s Matt Stultz
This week we chat with Matt Stultz the head of community at Prusa 3D. We get into Matt’s career reviewing digital fabrication tools for Make: Magainze and his current work at Prusa and the efforts they are putting into 3D printing masks for COVID-19.
Ok listen. I like the subject and structure of your interviews. I think you are great at asking/coming up with questions that continue the conversation. The issue I had was your responses to answers. A lot of the time you would respond with “ok”, “cool”, “wow” etc. I would recommend instead of getting the response then immediately move onto the next question, elaborate on the response, spark up a connection you have to maybe another interview or a personal moment. I’m a big fan of your podcasts, but these are just a few tweaks you could possibly try out or experiment with. Great work!
Awesome host, awesome content! :)
thanks for keeping me entertained and sharing the insight of many brilliant creators.
I suggest learning a broader vocabulary other than “crazy”, “wild” etc. Your questions are very hollow and unengaged. Seems like you really have no idea who your interviewing other than basics attained from 5 minutes of reading about the topic.