RepRap! Darwin! Mendel! Cupcake! Huxley? What does it all mean? A RepRap Users Group is a group of enthusiasts for Desktop 3D printers – 3D printers that you can build and run at home to make whatever you want out of plastic! This Sunday at 2pm, come on down to the Baltimore Node and join […]
As part of one of the mini-revivals that we like to do every once in awhile, a bunch of members sat down this week and finally put some workshops on the Calendar. We’ve got beginners soldering classes, a chance to meet a MakerBot, and a command-line boot camp, but I’m going to share a few […]
Pre-PS Check out the meeting minutes. Tonight was another successful monthly meeting and I thought I’d share some of the news. First off, we can now welcome our newest member, Colin Freas. He’s now our third ‘Ginger’ and brings some pretty 1337 java/paintball skills. Heads up on an upcoming event!! Megapolis Festival is THIS weekend. […]
Makes blog post re-caping Mid-Atlantic Mini MakerFaire / RobotFest is full of local hackerspaces including Harford Hackerspace, Hack Pittsburgh and of course, Baltimore Node. Check it out Make’s post here: http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2010/04/mid-atlantic_mini_maker_faire_succe.html And Matt Metts flickr set here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cibomahto/sets/72157623924349452/
Baltimore Node is pleased to share some of the results of Co-Lab, where we open up to artists to share our resources and knowledge to help them realize technological aspects in their work. For our first collaboration we worked with aerostat pilot Lilly Stark White and Tilted Torch artist Miss Joule. Many hours later of […]
Marque Cornblatt’s show is at The Legg Mason Tower, and he’s there in person to show stuff off. Let’s go on Saturday, 1pm. Who’s in? And get tacos/tamales afterwards at the Taco Truck (Broadway). Harbor East on the Circle The Legg Mason Tower Retail Suite 102 Baltimore, MD “The show includes interactive web-based robots, sculptures, […]
RobotFest is an amazing festival of technology and creativity that drew over a thousand people to the National Electronics Museum in 2009. This year they’re kicking it up a notch by hosting the Mid-Atlantic Mini Maker Faire at RobotFest 2010. The organizers, led by Gary Mauler, are looking for participation from a wide range of […]
We were honored to have Mitch Altman of Noisebridge stop by on Saturday. Mitch gave a great soldering tutorial and regaled us with tales of far flung hackerspaces.