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MAME Cabinet, SNES, NES, Atari, Sega, XBox 360, PS2, etc
50 Mbps symmetrical fiber internet
PCB Exposure / Etching Station
Sink, Microwaves, Fridge (usually stocked with Soda and Hostess products), etc
Electronics workstations with good lighting, nice soldering irons, scopes, etc
Fully stocked electronics components selection
Many metal and woodworking tools
Some projects being working on currently include:
Mantis CNC (Tim)
Reprap Prusa (John, Deven)
Vacuum Forming Table (Deven)
Giant LED Display (Deven)
Zombie Laser Tag v1.2 (Everyone)
As a member you are welcome to help with any project that is currently being worked on.
More details to come. If you are interested please stop by during Make:Provo (see calendar for exact dates).
Our “Keep The Change” MAME cabinet has been completed since the end of December, however we felt we should post at least one picture of the finished project. We will be posting autocad / sketchup files, a full parts list, software configurations, and a complete write-up in the next couple months (other projects getting in the way). If you can’t wait a couple months, feel free to ask questions in the forums.
Recently we were visited by some road tripping makers who went by the names of GMC and Kyle one Saturday evening in early November. They shared many stories of their adventures across the US with us, and we shared our hackerspace with them. There’s some discussion of their visit in our forums for those who are interested, as well as a picture of the two below. Thanks again for making us a part of your hackerspace road trip experience!
[more after the break]
We are totally canceling Arduino Night. :( But before you do anything drastic, please note that we will be hosting Make:Provo every Saturday from 4pm to 8pm (excluding holidays). Make:Provo is hosted by theTransistor, and is sponsored by MakeZine. It …
After a long couple months the winner is finally announced!
[Video after the break.]
Enjoy! We promise to openSource everything once we get it a little more sorted. Pictures / build logs / parts lists / specifications will be posted soon. (Forgive the quick write-up.) While the game worked great, we do have future plans (hints below).
[video and build information after the break]