Attending this week: Mark, Mike Hull, Les, Jeff and Mike Hewitt. This week, the meeting had a raspberry pi flavour. From the archive: October 2015 we opened the doors to our new space. It lasted 4 years and finally closed in September 2019. https://blackpoolmakerspace.wordpress.com/2015/10/24/we-are-open/ October 2013, getting busy at Ripon road https://blackpoolmakerspace.wordpress.com/2013/10/06/blackpool-makerspace-getting-busy/ Ten years ago, […]

Right to repair – International repair day

Saturday 19 October 2019 marks the third International Repair Day,  and the theme this year is “Repair for Future”. The “Repair for Future” theme for International Repair Day reminds us that we have to act now in a way that will ensure the survival of today’s young people and future generations, not just here in […]

2019.10.12 Palatine library meeting

Attending: Arthur, Joe, Mark, Mike Arthur arrived with a portable oscilloscope and used it to investigate a problem with a range finder which was not responding as expected. Joe worked on some hardware he had built to do wardriving: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wardriving The equipment is portable, so ‘warwalking’ is possible. Picture below. Mark started looking for a […]