Week in Projects

Despite the holidays there were a number of projects started this week:

Dave convinced Apple that his Hive and Seek word search game was suitable for market and is now available on the app store:

Justin stopped in to create a ski-waxing jig to make scraping in skis much easier:

Heather created some pillows for the couch with materials around the shop:

Too much time was spent reverse engineering and debugging some cheap wirelessly controlled outlets:

Scott put together a much needed set of wheels for the kiln to make it mobile:

A discarded bed frame provided the materials and will also be used to create a workbench in the welding area:

Sector67 receives a giant roadside sign:

TV was wall mounted, we’ll see how long it lasts ;-)

Makerbot is printing a little better, still needs a bit more calibration work but there’s light at the end of the tunnel:

Other things accomplished:

  • Jon moved his CNC mill for the first time
  • Organizer for the lumber was assembled and put into use clearing a lot of floor space
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