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Revision as of 01:53, 24 October 2008

Mitch wants to teach a soldering workshop


You can learn to solder! Anyone can. Soldering is a basic skill for just about all electronics projects. If you've never soldered before, this workshop will give you the confidence to solder in less than two hours. If you want to learn how to solder better, this workshop will show you how. If you have soldered before, this workshop will teach you to solder surface mount parts with confidence.

Learn by doing! I will have fun kits to learn with. For total newbies (and those interested), I will have kits for Trippy RGB Waves project, a trippy, fun mood light using Red, Green, and Blue LEDs that has sensors on it to create waves of colors if you put a few of them together (scroll down from the link for more info). For more experienced people I will have a surface mount project (yet TBD -- but it will be fun!). You will be able to take your completed project home with you. If you prefer, feel free to bring your own soldering project.


My teaching time is free of charge, but the Trippy RGB Waves kits cost $10 each (which is what they cost me), and the surface mount kits will probably cost about $20 each. Feel free to bring your own soldering project if you prefer (no charge for this).

Time and Place

Saturday, 25 October, 3:00pm
at Noisebridge, 83C Wiese (near 16th St. & Mission)

Trippy RGB Waves lighting project

Imagine a bunch of little lights (maybe 20 or 40 of them), on a table, each about the size of a chess piece. Each is independent of the other. You arrange them around on the table any way you want. Each one continually slowly changes colors on its own. When you wave your hand over them, it creates waves of colors that follow your hand.

Here is a 30-second video of the Trippy RGB Waves project in action.

More info on these kits is available at: www.CornfieldElectronics.com
(scroll down till you see the section for Trippy RGB Waves kit).

Expressions of Interest

Add your name to the list here if you'd be interested in participating! Don't worry — we won't hold you to it.