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- Events on April 29, 2014
3D Printing Group - Members Meetup
From: 7:00 pm
to 9:00 pm
Description: Every Tuesday BB Members are invited to meetup to discuss 3d Printing, build their 3D printers and maybe even do some printing!
Check on the Google Group for more information about this weeks activities
- Events on May 1, 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 May 5, 2014
From: 7:00 pm
to 8:00 pm
Description: Committee meeting to discuss any big issues at the space & briefly recap the last month.
All members welcome.
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Rodhus Studios (back entrance)
Category Archives: screen printing
It’s official – making a homebrew screen from a bit of left-over silk, stapled to a picture frame and masked with pound-shop parcel tape, not only works, but works really well! On our frame we had a stencil of the pcb tracks, and a stencil for the sold… Continue reading
We’ve been here in Berlin for a few days – in the salubrious district of Kreuzberg – and slowly getting to understand (some) of the appeal. It has many similarities to Brighton: only a grubby, dirtier, graffiti-strewn version – and no seaside. The… Continue reading
Thanks again to Andy at handprint.co.uk who emailed with some more advice about our miniature silkscreen idea. Below is an abridged copy of his email:The size thing…To get good results you need to have sufficient room on screen to load it with e… Continue reading
While it was really tempting to just chuck some LEDs onto a bit of veroboard and just plug it in (ok, we did exactly that) we’ve since decided that it needs a bit of time and effort spending on it. While we’ve got a board full of LEDs that lights up wh… Continue reading
Andy from handprint.co.uk kindly offered some help with our silkscreen idea. He sent some diagrams to explain why exposing UV emulsion on a silkscreen is better done from a distance and not from the minimum distance required, based on the lens angle of… Continue reading
It seems that we spend most of our time planning things while we wait for stuff to arrive for an earlier project. That’s certainly the case now, as we’re waiting for some silkscreen mesh to arrive to try out our miniature silkscreen for printing PCBs i… Continue reading