[Fab] Fantastic Fab-u-list: Inkscape Classes, were to begin?
shannon at scatter.com
Thu Feb 24 11:46:49 PST 2011
I encourage all the cooks we can fit in our kitchen (which is small).
I don't expect to be at the space tonight, but I will be there tomorrow
evening and will be happy to hand out software and instruction. Rubin, Josh
and Tony all have the ability to use the thing and provide instruction as
You'll need your own windows laptop in order to make the thing work, and
there are a bunch of drivers to install.
If you want to try to get the Linux emc toolchain working, more power to
you, but I think for the time being we should get as many people as possible
up to speed on how the tool works in its "native environment" so that we can
all recognize problems and Bad Ideas with a more custom setup.
On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 11:42 AM, rachel lyra hospodar <
rachel at mediumreality.com> wrote:
> i am aware it's no epilog. I am just sayin that i know some laserheads
> who have too much institution and structure in their "hackspace" job who
> might be interested in adding their experience to our dogpile. i dont
> want to perpetuate too many cooks in the kitchen though.
> On 2/24/2011 11:37 AM, Rubin Abdi wrote:
> > rachel lyra hospodar wrote, On 20110224 111111:
> >> has setting it up been a problem? are there unresolved questions about
> >> it? the staff at techshop SF totally loves me and i can get their laser
> >> homies to answer questions etc if there are specific things we need to
> >> know? i might be able to bribe someone to come out and wrench on it
> >> with us if that helps.
> > I'm pretty sure the Techshop runs a couple of Epilog cutters, which are
> > nice machines with plenty of documentation, software, drivers, sanity.
> > If our machine had a human voice, it would be speaking in Cantonese
> > have the distinct after breath of cigaret butts, cheap casino vodka and
> > unsigned Windows drivers.
> > What I'm trying to say is that any and all help is always welcomed, but
> > we're kind of on our own with this device. :P
"Any sufficiently analyzed magic is indistinguishable from science."
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