Aran apparently didn’t read the CHS guide for successful procrastination. He didn’t even need a gummy bear to get him through the dark times! I believe he was able to put it together in around 9 hours.
Cambridge Hackspace and Fab@CIC on the road!
At District Hall’s inspireHER Cafe Night.
Check it out.
Jack Greenfield of FAB@CIC stopped by the Cambridge Hackspace Media Studio to talk about his re-engineering of the DIY Gumball Machine.
Thanks to CHS member, DC Denison, laying the groundwork with CIC and District Hall, Richard’s Toolpass is going out in the wild. The above video shows him installing it at the CIC Cafe at 50 Milk Street in Boston.
Everyone in the maker space in New England works together!
DC, Richard and Ed have represented CHS at a few events at CIC and District Hall.
If you are reading this, and have any interest in making things, there are many places and events throughout the city to get you started. Everyone is welcome! No project or idea is too small or too crazy! Indeed, some people don’t view themselves as makers at all, they just want to build bookshelves for their bedroom closet.
All are welcome!
And next time you’re at the CIC Cafe in Boston, check out Richard’s Toolpass next to their laser cutter.
Busy night at the hackspace!
We’re still waiting for people to discover our new photo/video/digital arts studio on the 2nd floor. Ed and DC discuss events we can do with the equipment, like the Bogen Light Modulator.
Time to virtualize our Cambridge Hackspace people and experience!
Recent tutorial for new 100 WATT laser!