Due to the generosity of a local prototyping engineer, we have been outfitted with a functional ZCorp 3D Printer. We already are enthusiasts and developers for 3D printing, and the community spirit of open-source movements like Reprap, and we would like to invite the public to come and learn how to use the machine! We’ve … Read more New Powder 3D Printer!
We are always very grateful for the support that our community gives us for our recycling program, and the donations of creative and useful things that we can use for projects and workshops. This week there are some great, hackable items we’ve received and would like to highlight for you. The Intel Play microscopes … Read more Great Donations!
Lots of people have an idea of something awesome that they would want to build, with the caveat “If I only knew how…” and that one statement seems to be the only obstacle in their way. For some the supposed complexity of programming or electronics is daunting and remains an obscure idea to … Read more Beginning Microcontrollers: Arduino
Have you ever wondered how to make a robot is made? Or how to make an LED light blink? How does an engineer design a circuit? We are very excited to bring back one of our favorite workshops of all time to answer those questions the Circuit Basics Workshop! The truth is, once you get … Read more Circuit Basics Workshop 4/7/12
We’re getting right down to business with our new educational space and we hope to bring you many great opportunities to learn in the very near future. For our first official Reuseum Educational workshop, we’ll be combining the art of reuse with creative sculpture and some beginner basics for identifying electronics parts. We have numerous … Read more Junk Workshop! 3/3/2012