Dyeing MakerBot’d Parts

May 31st, 2010 by Jon Barclay

I’ve written up a summary of how-to dye abs parts from the MakerBot on my personal blog.  I’ll be bringing the crock-pot to the Hack Factory and all you’ll need to dye your own pieces is a pack of Rit dye.

You can read the full post here.

Reminder – Wednesday Night meeting (Open to the Public)

May 26th, 2010 by Booka

Every Wednesday the TC Makers hold a meeting that is open to the public.
It is a great chance to come down, meet members, see our space called the Hack Factory, and join in some interesting discussions.

The Hack Factory should be open before 7pm. and directions can be found elsewhere on this site.

June Cabaret announcement, call for topics

May 24th, 2010 by mpm

Mark your calendars: the next Hack Factory Cabaret will be Tuesday, June 22nd at 7pm!

If you’d like to present, send a title and a short description in an email with “Cabaret” in the subject to mpm@selenic.com.

Announcing Hack Factory Cabaret!

May 18th, 2010 by videoman

Ahhhh yeah!
Hack Factory Cabaret is a new monthly community event in the style of the Chaos Computer Club’s Lightning Talks and Noisebridge’s 5 Minutes Of Fame. Our first event will be this Thursday (May 20) from 7-9pm and will be FREE to all and FUN so bring your friends.

Preliminary line-up for this month:

  • The Space Phone Project
  • A Homebrew IDE controller
  • Homerbrew Beer Brewing
  • Building the MakerBot
  • The Star Tree
  • Urban Exploration
  • Bonsai!
  • Interstellar Pleasure Barge
  • Amateur Radio High Altitude Ballooning (ARHAB) with the University of Minnesota Ballooning Team
  • The Tiny Shanty
  • Update from the Dayton Hamvention
  • Hacking your automatic shower cleaner

Come early to meet the Hack Factory crew!

TC Maker Circular Sticker

May 16th, 2010 by wammie

We have a circular sticker design that can be used on your own laptop, notebook, computer, or whatever.

Click the single circular image for a high quality JPG file to print.

Click the page image to download the full page design. Warning: The page file size is 104MB, so it will take a while to download. The page layout is compatible with the Avery 5293 and 5294 forms.

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