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July Monthly Meeting

The July monthly meeting was on Tuesday, July 2nd. Liam compiled and demonstrated an educational math software/hardware program on Raspberry Pi called Sage (it wasn’t originally built for the hardfp ARM architecture).   Jacob demoed an Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset for

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Revisiting April’s Monthly Meeting

The Sector67 April monthly meeting was on Tuesday, April 2nd.   1. Chris demonstrated how to expand and shrink a peep using a vacuum. You can find a video of the same process in action here.   2. Jay talked

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June’s Monthly Meeting

The Sector67 monthly meeting was on Tuesday, June 4th.   1. Tom, a professor at MATC, brought with him a drone built by he and his students in a collaborative effort.   The hardware and software of the drone is

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Monthly Meeting – July 2012

For the July meeting 38 people stopped in to listen and share ideas and projects. This month’s presenters included: Mike discussed ARM based motor controllers Joe demonstrated his Hydrophobic Teflon experiment Issac and Micah gave a summary of the PPPRS

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Monthly Meeting – June 2012

There was a strong turn out for June’s monthly meeting with 42 people in attendance. The evening started out with demonstration of the transit of Venus (as covered by Hackaday). If you’re clever enough you don’t need to fork out a lot

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October in Updates

Things are moving towards a new keycard access system. While there are a number of open source systems out there, they all seem to rely on custom made boards and complex firmware. We’re looking to build something using commercially available

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June Meeting in Pictures

If you’re wondering what a meeting looks like, Dan took some awesome pictures at the June meeting: James demonstrated his directional speaker: Dave demonstrated his 3D printed door catch Mark covered the finer points of Nokia batteries for the GGHC:

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October Meeting – Injection Molding Demo

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

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