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Make magazine logo 2013
description Computer magazine
publishing company Maker Media GmbH
First edition 2012
Frequency of publication bi-monthly
Sold edition 36,000 copies
(Maker Media GmbH)
Editor-in-chief Daniel Bachfeld
editor Christian Heise , Ansgar Heise
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ISSN (print)
Editor-in-chief Daniel Bachfeld (left) with cosplayers at the Maker Faire

The Make: magazine, founded in 2012 as c't Hardware Hacks (now also c't Hacks ), sees itself as a magazine for the maker scene. The focus of the magazine is primarily on step-by-step building instructions for hardware projects, supplemented by basic knowledge, test reports and background reports. It goes in the articles z. B. to Arduino or Raspberry Pi , but also to projects far away from PC and electronics , e.g. B. metal processing or textile printing.

Make: has been published by Maker Media GmbH, a subsidiary of Heise Zeitschriften Verlag in Hanover , since the beginning of 2015 . There is a cooperation with the American magazine of the same name.

The self-declared aim of the magazine is to inspire the reader, to put him in a position to take action himself, to understand the technology, to alienate the existing and to give free rein to his own technology ideas. In addition to the magazine and online presence, Make: organizes annual maker faires in Hanover and Berlin, among others .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. c't Hacks becomes Make ., press release, July 31, 2014, accessed August 12, 2015
  2. Make :, US edition, accessed August 10, 2015
  3. Media data (PDF) accessed on August 10, 2015.