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Category Archives: Hardware
Cub Cadet (lawn mower manufacturer) is challenging anyone to envision the future of their products: More information and to enter click here.
I returned from The Netherlands on Sunday to find Scott hard at work on his next generation injection molding machine. This version operates in the drill press to to give better control and consistency to the injection operation, and has … Continue reading
Very cool open source farm, they detail equipment/resources/rough fabrication techniques that allow them to create a plasma cutting table, universal hydraulic power supply, skid-steer, etc CEB Construction Time from Marcin Jakubowski on Vimeo. Check out their wiki and consider contributing … Continue reading
Couple of interesting things to report: MSN has a surprisingly well written and interesting summary of hackerspaces throughout the country. Our reseller order from Adafruit Industries has arrived, meaning that we have (and will continue to stock) Arduino Unos. In … Continue reading
Over the last week we watched a tandem-recumbent bicycle take shape at Sector67. The project goal was to enable a Madison community member to ride a bicycle again after sustaining injuries in a bicycle accident years ago. The basic structure … Continue reading
Circuit bending rock band CMKT4 stopped in to give a crash course in soldering piezo elements and creating vibration sensitive microphones: Seven people successfully created microphones and had a great time!
Join the members of the circuit-bending rock band CMKT4 for a workshop on building your very own EconoMIC Bottle Cap Contact Microphone (from Creme DeMentia). CMKT4 will show you how to solder up a piezo-electric pickup and house it sturdily … Continue reading
When buying anything, buying in a pair is always better right? Not generally when it comes to 3,000lb pieces of equipment we’re finding out! The good news? Sector67 owns two 3 axis CNC Webb milling machines: The bad news? We … Continue reading
Really cool demonstration from Scott on injection molding, he fabricated a small hand driven injection molder using the book: Secrets of Building a Plastic Injection Molding Machine as a guide. The end result is a functional machine capable of injecting … Continue reading