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!
Thanks to everyone who came out to our Make Your Own Juggling Balls event this Saturday led by our very own Jason Denney, and in collaboration with Baltimore’s Playground. Juggling just feels better when you make your own. Got a cool idea for a maker/tech event? Let us know at email@example.com.
If you haven’t yet heard, we’ve got a sweet new laser cutter, and it’s just super awesome. It can etch into and cut through tons of different materials. It’s also super easy to design files for. Any 2 color bitmap file can be engraved, and any .dxf vector file (all the common design programs […]
Got plans on Thursday November 14th? You do now! Come out to the Node to participate in the second annual 3d printer meetup hosted by Make: online and in person. People from all over the world (currently 36 countries) in hackerspaces and similar places are gathering in physical locations and joining up on a Google+ […]
The Digital Harbor foundation STEM Core Challenge is a competition which celebrates the Engineering Design skills of Baltimore high school students. Six teams have participated to learn the basics of digital fabrication and the Engineering Design Process. Their challenge was to create a wearable product, that is worn or used as an accessory. The teams […]
Hey Y’all, Why spoil your Thanksgiving vacation on hunting for Black Friday deals, when you can make!?! We will celebrate Baltimore Node’s first Hack Friday on November 25th. We will start around noon, and hang out until people get tired. Bring your projects, or start a new one. Hope to see you there! –Amy
Apologies for the late notice! This has been in the Node calendar for awhile, but I failed to send out an announcement. This Saturday, March 26th starting at 2pm, the Baltimore Node MakerBot Users Group (Node MUG) will be hosting a meeting of the Baltimore/DC RepRap Users Group. Hot on the heels of the first MakerBot […]
MakerBot has issued a challenge to MakerBot users: get together in a group and get free stuff! The rules for this first challenge are simple: create a mailing list, meet in person, photograph 2 or more bots together and post them online, then send the results to firstname.lastname@example.org! The first part of this is done: Baltimore Node MakerBot […]
The Node Book Club met yesterday at 6:30pm to discuss our first reading – the original paper on Hamming codes. There was a lot of interesting discussion about the history of computing (from mechanical relays to modern consumer radios), and many other topics. (Disclosure: I missed a lot of discussion because I thought the meeting […]
Just got done with the second workshop in my thrilling “Linux For People” bi-fecta, “Using the Hell Out of Vim”. Thanks to all who came out, it was good to see brand new faces out at the space along with the regulars. Hopefully there was no boredom, only the awesome intake of Vim knowledge that […]