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- Events on July 29, 2014
3D Printing Group
From: 7:30 pm
to 10:00 pm
Description: A meetup for 3D printing enthusiasts to get together and discuss anything 3d printing related. Share tips and tricks and solve printing problems.
Check the Google group and EventBrite for more details
- Events on July 31, 2014
From: 7:30 pm
to 11:00 pm
Description: We'll be open for the evening. Feel free to pop in and see what we're about.
- Events on August 4, 2014
From: 7:00 pm
to 11:00 pm
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Rodhus Studios (back entrance)
Author Archives: Rob Englebright
I’ve been pretty dismissive of 3D printers, chiefly because I view them as complex, fiddly, erratic, temperamental and inelegant machines.If you want a lumpy thimble made very, very… very slowly they are perfect.If you want anything even moderately u… Continue reading
Build Brighton is a top place, full of electric lasers and 3D, but it’s an absolute sod to find.So I decided to add a little bit of trim (or flare as they might say in “Office space” ) to the inconspicuous BB doorbell.A quick measure, and a few minutes… Continue reading
So, for a bit of light relief I bought a few of Justin’s LED Christmas tree kits.
I think the original idea was to have a relatively easy kit to put together on Saturday workshops in the run up to Christmas, but they seem to have become quite popular with all manner of folk.
Anyway, the kit is based around a couple of well made pcbs, a bag full of components, and the simple instruction that +ve is UP.
It took about 10 mins to solder all the bits together, and with a huge amount of satisfaction over the end result.
Justin and his Christmas tree kits can be found here: http://cyber-lane.com/
The Build Brighton Christmas workshops will be running each Saturday from 30th November to 21st December from 10am – 2pm. Entrance is completely free. Kits are priced between £2 and £5.
#BuildBrighton can be found here: http://www.buildbrighton.com/blog/
The Strandebeest model I ordered on ebay arrived, and I’ve put it together. Great value for just £7.98.
I reckon they must have lots of surplus stock as these kits usually cost about £40.
I put it together this morning, and am delighted.
Unortunately last week I found that the spiders seemed to have eaten all the electronic magic from the old 70′s transistors and gubbins in my old Hacker radio, and after an hour of poking about with a multimeter I decided to remove the old stuff and re… Continue reading
Before all the nonsense with Angelina Jolie pretending to be a computer nerd (seriously), and our Colonial Cousins making up stuff about inventing computers at a model railway club… the name Hacker was synonymous with Radios… The Hacker broth… Continue reading
I managed to get the little Jansen style walker up and running on radio control. Probably overloaded the central supports with a huge 5 cell AA Nicad pack, and 7 channel Rx… and indeed it did “realign” the gears, which caused a bit of skipping. Howev… Continue reading
I’ve won an ebay auction for a Dalek Voice changer helmet, £13 for some basic dalek sounds, which I can shove in my Dalek, seems like a bargain.