Arduino Class Canceled
By ry13 on
The class mentioned below has been canceled due to lack of signups. It will be offered again in a few weeks.
A Gentle Introduction to Arduino - April 19
By ry13 on
On Wednesday, April 19 from 6-9PM, Hive 13 secretary and resident curmudgeon Ryan Hershey will provide a gentle introduction to the Arduino. This will be extremely shallow coverage of the first steps required. Those already capable of installing the Arduno software and of basic C programming will find little of interest.
If however, you've wanted to use microcontrollers in your projects but been stymied by one or more of the listed topics, this overview should prove useful.
For further detail or to sign up, please follow the Eventbrite link below.
CNC Intro Class - April 15th
By Ian Blais on
Intro to the CNC router. We will cover CAD, CAM and postprocessing as well as info on mills (router bits) and calculating "feeds and speeds" in the AM session. After a break (bring your lunch or go out on your own),
we will demonstrate the Hive 1 3 CNC router and each attendee will run a tool path.
The fee includes a mill and a piece of plywood to take along.
To qualify to use the Hive 1 3 CNC we require that you complete this seminar, then contact a Hive 1 3 CNC machinist and have them observe you running your own (simple) project.
You can contact a machinist via the Hive 13 mailing list.
Non members will need to sign a release before taking the course.
Sign up link below:
Meet out newest electronic tools April 1 2017 12:00-2:00
By Brad Walsh on
Brad Walsh will be giving a "hands on" talk to introduce our newest additions to the electronics area; Rigol DS1054Z oscilloscope and a Rigol DG1022 function generator. These new purchases bring us into the modern age. (If the logic analyzer arrives we may even talk about that also).
No charge for this talk, but you get what you pay for. This will just be basic oscilloscope operation and we will examine some simple circuits.
Date: Saturday, March 4th. 12pm class, 4pm class
Class Size Limit: 6 per class
Cost: $0, minus laser minutes
This class is designed to train you on how to operate both the small and large laser safely and effectively. I will also show how to use the laser cutting software (Easycut 5.3) and a design program (Inkscape), as well as share some tricks i've learned about them through my experience. After completing this class, you should know how to:
* Activate the ventilation system * Prep the laser * Prep your material * Navigate the software like a champ * Fire the "laser" * How to log your laser minutes Members may bring their own wood material to be used, or they can use scrap materials found in the fablab. Bring in your designs, and I will show how to cut them out.
12pm class https://www.eventbrite.com/e/laser-certification-tickets-27860186568?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=eventcard