Herb

Oct 052010
 

VIMBY’s Take on the Machine: NYC Resistor part 2 is up for your viewing pleasure.

Adam's drawing

Schematic drawing of electronic syphon.

Barbot pouring a drink

Barbot pouring a drink.

Solenoids

The 12 Solenoids of the Apocalypse!

pressurized lines

Pressurized lines filled with 12 different beverage selections.

beverage reservoirs

Pressurized beverage reservoirs.

Sidecar Display

Sidecar display shows what beverage you will receive, what to add to the mix, and a Hunter S. Thompson quote.

Twitter account for LuckyLoathing

Barbot has a Twitter account @LuckyLoathing.

 Posted by at 6:33 pm
Oct 032010
 

Laser Class announcement
Do you have a product design that you’ve been putting off making for a while, but could blast it out in a jiffy with a 35 watt laser?

Want to make a pile of halloween decorations but hate all that cutting?

Would your loved one appreciate an engraved gift personalized from you?

Come take the laser class! It cuts wood, acrylic, paper, foamcore, leather, acetal, mylar and a lot of other things. It etches aluminum, steel, and glass. We’ll teach you all the basics to get you cutting your own designs.

Click here to sign up for the October 23rd class.

 Posted by at 9:56 pm
Sep 202010
 

NYC Resistor was invited to join a 21 day hacking competition against 4 other hackerspaces. The competition video is hosted by Mitch Altman of Noisebridge, VIMBY, and Scion. Our episode will be featured next week!

Zoom out on logo

Episode 1 is here on VIMBY.

Meeting called to order!

Meeting called to order!

Mr. Stabby and Envelope

Mr. Stabby delivers the envelope containing the challenge.

NYCR huddle

Awesome assignment

Slot Machine entering NYCR

Slot Machine entering NYCR

Max hacking the interface

Max hacking the interface

Adam and Herb drill the machine

Adam and Herb "drill" the machine on Bartending 101

BarBot

Our humble little BarBot

VIMBY PLAYER

VIMBY Player in action

Go to VIMBY and watch Episode 1 now!

 Posted by at 5:28 pm
Sep 142010
 

Wanna make a 1/10 scale trebuchet to test out your PunkinChunkin design?

Do you have a great holiday gift idea in your head that laser cut rapid prototyping would help you realize? Hmmm.

Wish you could make a Pop-up but are afraid you’ll cut yourself with an Exacto knife?

Come take the laser class! It cuts wood, acrylic, paper, foamcore, leather, acetal, mylar and a lot of other things. We’ll teach you all the basics to get you cutting your own designs.

Click here to sign up for the October 2nd class.

 Posted by at 1:15 am