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Pi Bottle Opener

Not likely to be carried to a party, but may live comfortably as a paper weight when not is use: This Pi bottle opener was machined by Leon out of solid chunk of aluminum: The leading corner has been cut

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Running Node.js on a Raspberry Pi

Sector67 member Monty spent way too much time setting up a Raspberry Pi to run Node.js (which happens to include a handy serial library to enable webserver level Arduino communications) to be overlooked: My local hackerspace Sector67 held a 24 hour build

Posted in Arduino, Hardware, Raspberry Pi

Polyurethane LEGO Mold

In case you haven’t heard yet, we have a lot of expired medical-grade polyurethane.  The Powers’ family were interested in learning how to make and pour a mold, so what better than LEGOs! The negative mold was made by placing

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Good Old Fashioned Chicken Skewer

Leon was up for some classic chicken roasting but wanted to unlock roasted chicken without the $40/bird price of a commercial roasting setup (let alone a turkey at $78.20!). Add in some 3/4″ aluminum solid round stock, a quick couple

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MakerBot / Arduino music project

I recently completed a project that I’ve been working on at Sector 67 for a few months: an algorithmic audio composition, a MakerBot-printed 3D “score” of the composition, and an Arduino-powered device that coordinates the audio playback of the composition

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PPPRS Nerf Attack

The Power Racing Series (hopped up Power Wheels racing) has alluded to requiring Nerf weapons this year for a section of the competition.  We’ve been doing some proper R&D, using the Navy’s cruise missile destroying gun as a goal: Some

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Polyurethane Experiments

Sector67 was privileged to receive six barrels of two part polyurethane scrap resin from Isthmus Engineering (that’s 330 gallons for anyone counting, or about ~2871 lbs).  We’re very happy we turned down the remaining 20 barrels, as we still have

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Cast Iron Pour 1PM-5:30PM Saturday

Sector67 is hosting FeLion Studios for an iron pour at Sector67 on Saturday, February 11th. This is a public / family event , and we have some very awesome deals to offer you over the next 6 days before the

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Experience Making PCBs from Fritzing

With some help from Chris and Sector67, I’ve been able to work out a process for getting to a custom-fabricated printed-circuit board (PCB) that’s amazingly simple and straight-forward, even for people who aren’t “hardware guys”. This article gives an over-view

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Thermal Camera and Firewood Rack

Thermal Camera This is a thermal camera project that was designed from www.cheap-thermocam.tk and www.centralnexus.com/thermal/ Thermal cameras normally cost $5,000 or more. They use an array of sensors to make an image. This thermal camera costs a lot less by using one sensor

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