After two great years at 403 E Oliver street we have officially wrapped up our move to 2106 North Lovegrove street, just a few block from our first home, the now defunct Load Of Fun building. At the moment most things is still in boxes and stacks, but we have been working tirelessly to organize and setup our […]
The nice folks over at Tekton sent us a pallet full of hand tools! To be more precise they sent us on of each of their MakerKits. We will make sure to put them all to great use!
Our former Node president Mark Huson will be representing us at the Third Baltimore Hackathon (baltimorehackathon.com) Nov 14th-16th! Come out, work on a project, and get it judged by this gentleman, sailor, and scholar. Hopefully you’ll win a prize! Several of our members will be competing so contact us if you’d like to team […]
In honor of Baltimore Innovation Week, the Baltimore Node has thrown together a slate of awesome events courtesy of our brilliant members and our friends at GeoMore! 3D printing Oculus rift Open source mapping and more. Come join the mayhem! #BIW14 #HappeningAtTheNode
We will have an Independence Day BBQ at the Baltimore Node on the 3rd of July. We will start grilling Burgers and Hotdogs around 7:30pm. It’ll potluck-style, so if you can bring something to add to our collection it would be much appreciated. All are welcome!
Saturday June 21st 1-3pm Come on down the Baltimore Node and make your own juggling balls! Then once you’ve got your set, you’ll get some guidance on learning how to actually juggle them! Jason Denney is buying a sack of 60 tennis balls so that up to 20 people can make their own set of […]
The Node’s new 80W 900mmX600mm laser cutter is up and running. We are still testing it and learning how to make the best engravings and cuts and to use the software best. Special thanks to Todd Blatt, Marty McGuire, Amy Hurst, John Grant, Mark Huson, Michael Diedrick, Maze Lee, John Cutonilli, and many other members […]