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After an amazing week of CAMP and with the long weekend, SimCoLab will be taking a break August 2nd. See you August 9th!!
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May 12 Pinocchio nose in operation! Scott making a car for arduino.

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By popular demand we are running our soldering workshop again!

https://plus.google.com/events/cii36kl1qaso7vsffq2ua2jl6r8?authkey=COTVvonjoJyoHw

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Workshop proposals. Comment below if you have any other ideas!
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What would be the interest in a basic electronics workshop? I think most of us are familiar with Ohm's law, and what capacitors, inductors, and transistors do - maybe it would be something we could do once we have more people who are new(er) to this stuff than we are.

Might be good in conjunction with an Arduino workshop.

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Hey +Max Lupo  Wanna help on this?  SimCoLab has been commissioned to build something like this for an upcoming show!

Project-based hack nights?

There are certain things that may need to be hacked, or just plain done in a certain timeframe - such as te Pinocchio nose or the RFID entry system.

Floating the idea balloon of project-centric ad-hoc hack nights, when we coordinate a few people together that want to be involved with a project that needs doing in the short term while the 1 day a week schedule is the norm.

Thoughts? I'd like to see about planning for the above 2 projects - the nose has a definite timeframe, and an access system is a key piece to the next stage in the setup of the space. With workshops, we are essentially at 2 nights a month for working on this stuff.

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http://printrbot.com/shop/simple-metal-kit-with-heated-bed/

Is this within reach? I think the heated bed will be a pretty valuable upgrade.

This year SimCoLab is focusing on workshops. We'll be using the G+ plus group to send out events. Join our group to receive invites. 
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