Workshop 88 Weekly Maker Night – November 11, 2020

Introduction

Workshop 88 is a makerspace in Glen Ellyn Illinois. We are more than a workshop, we are a growing community of creative talented people who aspire to learn and share their insights, experiences, and projects.

Please subscribe to Workshop88’s YouTube channel, like us on facebook, and join or support our maker community by contributing to Workshop88 on Patreon!

To find out about upcoming events follow Workshop88 on Meetup.
Do you have a question? email us at info@Workshop88.com

Welcome to the second Workshop 88 Makers Round-table in a row on Zoom where we plan to share our projects, ideas, and related resources. The attendees and agenda are below, the meeting will be recorded and hosted on YouTube, and resources like links and other related information can be found here after the event.

Attendees

  • Andrew Morrison
  • Scott Williamson
  • Jim Williams
  • Tom Matukas
  • Gail Jo Kelly
  • Daniil Bystrukhin
  • Peter Fales
  • Phil Strons
  • Karl Knutson
  • Christine Heermann

Show & tell time!

Each session will target 10 minutes for show and tell and 5 minutes for Q&A

7:05pm – Scott recently explored Free and Open Source video editing software and will share his findings including resurrecting an antique and finding a real gem!

7:20pm – Jim will share laser cut fluorescent non-round gears

General discussion topics

  • Home Automation (ESP-01, ESP-32, Arduino, WiFi, MQTT, Mosquito, Raspberry Pi, Linux, battery/solar power…)
    • Daniil and Peter shared a lot of detailed information about the hardware, protocols, software they use to monitor and control many things around their homes – links below.
  • “What are you 3D printing?”
    • Andrew shared hexagonal tangram-like puzzle he designed in TinkerCAD and 3D printed. We discussed additional puzzles and ways to improve the puzzle and print quality.
  • “What are you making / preparing for the holidays?”

Meeting notes

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Workshop 88 Weekly Maker Night – November 3, 2020

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YouTube link to this event

Introduction

Workshop 88 is a makerspace in Glen Ellyn Illinois. We are more than a workshop, we are a growing community of creative talented people who aspire to learn and share their insights, experiences, and projects.

Please subscribe to Workshop88’s YouTube channel, like us on facebook, and join or support our maker community by contributing to Workshop88 on Patreon!

To find out about upcoming events follow Workshop88 on Meetup.
Do you have a question? email us at info@Workshop88.com

Welcome to the second Workshop 88 Makers Round-table in a row on Zoom where we plan to share our projects, ideas, and related resources. The attendees and agenda are below, the meeting will be recorded and hosted on YouTube, and resources like links and other related information can be found here after the event.

Attendees

  • Andrew Morrison
  • Scott Williamson
  • Jim Williams
  • Tom Matukas
  • Gail Jo Kelley
  • Rick Stewart
  • Breezy Fasano
  • Peter Fales
  • Phil Strons

Show and tell time!

Each session will target 10 minutes for show and tell and 5 minutes for Q&A

7:00pm – Breezy will share her custom created keyboard as well as information and tips for making your own.

7:15pm Rick will share part of his MQTT / NodeRED project for monitoring outside temperature and door activity (in progress). (LED word clock will be shared in a later meeting.

730pm (Postponed)Scott recently explored Free and Open Source video editing software and will share his findings including resurrecting an antique and finding a real gem!

7:45pm Phil will share antenna constructions (Ham & HD)

Discussion topics

8:00pm GailJo – Nintendo Switch Joystick repair followup

Disassembly project tips: tweezers, pictures, screw containers… laptop failure

Meeting notes

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