Yes, analog games! Board games, card games, whatever. We’ll have a big stack of games on hand, but feel free to bring your favourites. Sunday, November 27th, starting noonish. As usual, all are welcome to join us.
I want to give a huge thank you to Robert at GRZ Software LLC. He has graciously donated a license to Saskatoon TechWorks Inc for his awesome CAM software “MeshCAM“. It’s the bridge between your 3-D CAD file and the CNC Router. I’ve used this program in the past and it is extremely powerful yet easy to wrap your brain around. Even better, it’s the “MeshCAM Art” version which can take images as the input so you don’t need to know how to use CAD programs at all!
Robert even threw in a license for “CutViewer CNC Simulator“. This lets you run a virtual cutting process and see what the finished piece will look like before cutting (it’s never quite as you drew it thanks to round cutting tools, inside corners, etc), and see if your program is going to break a bit before it happens!
Please check out the linked websites for more info on both programs. We will be hosting a workshop/tutorial on them and if you or your employer have a need for some CAM software you should definitely consider MeshCAM.
It’s that time again! Our next monthly meeting will be held on November 8th in our secret basement lab (Studio D, 220 20th St W). Everyone is welcome, so come on down and check us out if you’re curious.
From the UK’s The Gadget Show comes a super-impressive combat simulator rig based around BF3. Who wants to DIY one of these things?
More updates soon.
We’ll be having our next monthly meeting on October 11th at 7:00 PM in our secret basement laboratory (Studio D, 220 20th St W)! All are welcome, so definitely stop by and check us out. As usual, people will be working on/showing off projects after the meeting.
This Tuesday at 7 PM we’re having a project night/snack potluck. Feel free to stop by and say hi or work on projects, whether they be group or individual!
We’ll be having our next monthly meeting on Tues, Sept 13th at 7:00 PM in our secret basement laboratory (Studio D, 220 20th St W)! All are welcome, so definitely stop by and check us out. If you’d like to join, see the Become a Member page for all the relevant details.
I have been working on a camera rig that will theoretically pan while moving along a surface. So far this is what I’ve got.