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10.26.10 – UCube Z-Axis Cylinder

It’s a happy day, folks. I’ve got the first prototype Z-Axis for the UCube working. It took a lot of a error checking, conductive tape, soldering, and luck, but it seems to be holding together so far. Still need to

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10.26.10 – UCube Z-Axis Cylinder

It’s a happy day, folks. I’ve got the first prototype Z-Axis for the UCube working. It took a lot of a error checking, conductive tape, soldering, and luck, but it seems to be holding together so far. Still need to

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10.16.10

Work on the UCube is going ok, but slowly. I was able to purchase some more parts last week to help build out the first prototype. The problem I’m struggling with now is the most effective way to design the

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10.16.10

Work on the UCube is going ok, but slowly. I was able to purchase some more parts last week to help build out the first prototype. The problem I’m struggling with now is the most effective way to design the

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10.04.10 – Maker Faire Wrap-Up

After taking a week to catch my breath (and do all the homework I’d been putting off), I’m recording the rest of Maker Faire NY and other news of the past week or so. First off, Maker Faire was amazing.

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10.04.10 – Maker Faire Wrap-Up

After taking a week to catch my breath (and do all the homework I’d been putting off), I’m recording the rest of Maker Faire NY and other news of the past week or so. First off, Maker Faire was amazing.

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9.25.10 – Open Hardware Summit and Maker Faire Setup

It’s been a busy few days here in New York, and it promises to continue to be that way. After catching a red-eye Wednesday night from Denver, I landed at JFK early Thursday and headed straight to the Open Hardware

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9.25.10 – Open Hardware Summit and Maker Faire Setup

It’s been a busy few days here in New York, and it promises to continue to be that way. After catching a red-eye Wednesday night from Denver, I landed at JFK early Thursday and headed straight to the Open Hardware

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9.21.10

A few trivially exciting bits of info: I received my ~$400 order from DigiKey today, to help make the first prototype of the 3D-Geoboard: Pictured: A brand new Weller soldering station(!!!), 100ft ea. of red, black, and white hook-up wire,

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9.21.10

A few trivially exciting bits of info: I received my ~$400 order from DigiKey today, to help make the first prototype of the 3D-Geoboard: Pictured: A brand new Weller soldering station(!!!), 100ft ea. of red, black, and white hook-up wire,

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9.16.10

SADbot got a shout-out today as part of a blog post on Alibre, the awesomely cheap 3D modeling software. Word on the street is that SADbot co-creator and Alibre extraordinaire Dustyn Roberts is going to be speaking at the Alibre

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9.16.10

SADbot got a shout-out today as part of a blog post on Alibre, the awesomely cheap 3D modeling software. Word on the street is that SADbot co-creator and Alibre extraordinaire Dustyn Roberts is going to be speaking at the Alibre

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9.15.10

I engineered something today! Nothing fancy though. I was searching for a way to be able to make the z-axes of the 3d geoboard movable. For this to work, I had to separate the switches from their connections to power,

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9.15.10

I engineered something today! Nothing fancy though. I was searching for a way to be able to make the z-axes of the 3d geoboard movable. For this to work, I had to separate the switches from their connections to power,

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