@arasbm can you add to April 7th (morning), we might be having a group of high school students tour KIC as part of a Community Science Fair Tour. Thought arduino and 3D printing might be an interesting hands-on activity for them to demo and check out if there’s anyone from the Makerspace that would like to come out and do a mini workshop. Or, if you possibly have an activity in mind that students would enjoy. More details to come on this. Thanks!
I’m Gary. I have been using Linux since 1995. I’ll be able to make the drop ins the last Three Wednesdays of January and first Two Wednesdays of February. I work nights with a rotating schedule… Hoping to talk to people, learn a lot about several of the listed groups, and help where I can.
For Clubs Day I can secure the Maker-space a Table with no charge.
For the Back to School BBQ, It’s a little more tricky. I can get you in for free, under Sponsorship of the Computing Science Club. This would mean sharing a Table with the Club, but I can also work with Parth and Amanda to see if we can have this table right beside KIC and TRU Generator at the event.
Does the Makerspace have a tent? We can utilize space better this way.
And I love Caesar salad, so does Pierre and I am pretty sure Megan likes it as well.
As for Pizza are there any preferences? I will be ordering 2 at least, more if there are enough people. One will be a white sauce one due to Pierre’s tomato allergy but the second can be a tomato sauce one. Just need to know what people would like.
Here is the menu if anyone is interested it checking it out. I know they have some sort of family dealio but it is only listed on the physical menu’s so I don’t recall what it is. I will see about stopping on the way to the space to get the info.
@Nicholas I will be available for the whole day now. @everyonelse I will not make it back to town for the meeting unfortunately as I am still at the coast. I will have my phone on me so if anyone has any questions I can try and respond. I am still working on the website stuff and will update the thread on that tomorrow or Thursday.
I had good success with my cnc router and v bit carving. I used one of those jumbo erasers from the dollar store with the text on it “for BIG mistakes”. I glued that to a chunk of 1/2 plywood. I cut the design (reversed of course) into the eraser and used an xacto knife to trim away the excess around the edges. I have been using it to stamp my logo onto wood products that i make (using an archival ink pad I bought on amazon).
If anybody wants photos or additional info let me know.