Each week we’ll endeavour to publish some details of the interesting things that members of DoES Liverpool have been up to over the past seven days. You can find out a bit more about them in our introductory post.
And remember, if you’re involved with DoES Liverpool at all, let us know what you get up to so we can include it here!
Things of Note
- Strange Case Collective: Can anyone guess where we are today? #weeknotes
- Adrian McEwen: The Dark Matter of Makerspaces: the slides/notes from my Future Makespaces #FutureMakespaces talk are at doesliverpool.com/slides/future-… #weeknotes
- Strange Case Collective: Some more through the laser window sneak peeks! #weeknotes
- : More chatting than building at maker night this week but have got an arduino light meter working for my pinhole. #weeknotes
- Def-Proc: Sophia laser cutter at DoES Liverpool is feeling much better for new mirrors, lens and alignment. Cutting 5× faster than before! #weeknotes
- MCQN Ltd: In Barrow-in-Furness trialling @weareboomstand at the FON Festival #weeknotes
- MCQN Ltd: https://instagram.com/p/5zS0AWjVT2/ Quick video of @cheapjack’s session on @weareboomstand #weeknotes
- Def-Proc: Of all the phone calls we get at DoES Liverpool: “How much to build powered exoskeleton legs?” was quite a fun one! #weeknotes
Coming Up in the Next Week
|Monday 03 August, 6:00pm-9:00pm||Sewing Club|
|Wednesday 05 August, 7:00pm-9:00pm||Liverpool Linux User Group|
|Thursday 06 August, 6:00pm-9:00pm||Maker Night|
|Saturday 08 August, 10:00am-5:00pm||Maker Day|
The DoES Liverpool to-do list is stored in the issues of our Somebody Should repository on github. Head over there if there’s something you’d like to report, or if you want to help out fixing things.
Issue counts: 88 open, 93 closed
6 new issues:
- Small CNC mill needs better cooling
- Y-axis doesn’t run over its full travel
- X and Y axes are mirrored
The CNC mill is missing steps on the Z-axis
- Need to buy more black bin bags
- somebody should fix the broken strip light in the main room
2 issues closed:
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