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!
I made a 50/50 mix of bleach and water, and put it into a spray bottle. I used Inkscape to convert the .svg of the node logo into a .dxf file by simply opening the svg and saving it as .dxf which imports easily into the LaserCut5.3 software. I cut the Node logo out of […]
Our special thanks go out to friend-of-the-Node Tom Riley for making us a beautiful hand-carved folding wooden sign with the Node logo. If you’re having trouble spotting the Node on OpenHack night, check for the sign–hopefully it’s out.
We’re through living like college freshman on mom’s old card table (and soon will be living like college juniors on something we cobbled together ourselves). Over the past couple weeks, we’ve built a pair of 6’x4′ farmhouse-style tables in the Node’s fully-functional woodshop. After we’re done sanding and finishing the tables they will go in […]
What: The High Zero Festival of Experimental Music presents a Shnth Workshop with Peter Blasser in which participants assemble their own Shnth, a completely customizable handheld analog/digital synthesizer with unusual tactile controls, and then learn to program it via Peter’s custom software. The instrument itself is made from hardwoods that Peter collects and cuts himself […]
As recently noted, Sherry Huss, VP of Maker Media (the O’Reilly spinoff which puts on Make Magazine and Maker Faire) recently paid the Node a visit. In addition to some exciting time with her at OpenHack, she left is a big box of goodies. We’d like to thank Sherry for a great time and the […]
Come on down the the Node on Thursday June 20th at 7pm for the Shapeways Baltimore Meetup! Lots of people will be here showing off their prints, talking about Shapeways and 3d printing. Hope you can make it! RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/ShapewaysCommunity/Baltimore/971622/ I’ll also be bringing my shiny new Google Glass so you’ll be able to […]
Last night, I went to the Baltimore Node determined to learn how to use the new MakerBot Replicator printer. I sat in front of the machine and read the setup instructions. Then I asked our new president how to use the machine. He said to install ReplicatorG just like the book said. ReplicatorG did absolutely […]
Our thanks go out to Adafruit, who were kind enough to send us some hackerspace-appropriate skill badges. Come on out and see if you can earn one with your 3D printing skills or your electronics-fu.