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The maker culture is a modern counterculture that is a technology-based extension of DIY culture. It intersects with hardware-focused elements of hacker culture and takes great joy in both building new things and experimenting with old ones. Open-source equipment is generally supported by the maker culture. The maker culture typically enjoys both more conventional pastimes like metalwork, carpentry, and, primarily, its forerunner, traditional arts and crafts, as well as engineering-oriented hobbies like electronics, robots, 3-D printing, and the usage of computer numeric control tools.

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