Shane Wighton is an engineer best known for his YouTube channel: Stuff Made Here.
John Saunders is known for his YouTube channel, NYC CNC.
Titan Gilroy is a machinist who is know for his training channel: TITANS of CNC.
Hacksmith Industries is know for taking fictional ideas from comics, movies & video games and making real working prototypes.
Linus Tech Tips has been creating daily technology videos for over 10 years.
Lisa Winter is best known for robot competitions, including ABC’s BattleBots.
Jake Laser in an inventor who shows off radical, often pop culture-inspired inventions and "hacks" on his popular YouTube channel.
Jason Pohl is know for his design work on Orange County Choppers. He currrently works as a designer for SOLIDWORKS.
Daniel Krafft is an American YouTuber who is primarily known for his 3D modeling and other customizations that he does in his videos.
Chris Zeppieri, founder of the MakeEverything Workshop, has an extensive background in fabricating, with an vast knowledge of materials and processes.
Chris and Jim have a mission to make Computer Integrated Manufacturing more exciting and easier for students
SpeedKore specializes in custom performance vehicles, carbon fiber composite part manufacturing and engine integration.
BPS.space develops model rocketry components, aimed at closely matching the pace of advancement in the space-launch industry.
Jeremiah Daws enjoys learning new things and trying them out in creative ways. Follow along as he learns to machine and weld metal, make stuff out of wood, 3D print stuff out of plastic and resin, and whatever else strikes his fancy.
Xyla Foxlin is an engineer by degree with a passion for the arts and working with her hands; and a dislike for the way engineering is taught in schools.