[Noisebridge-discuss] Small group at noisebridge

Phillip Pearson pp at myelin.nz
Thu Aug 6 23:38:02 UTC 2015


Please do!  5 people will not make a dent in the space at all; even if
you show up on a Monday night (at the same time as Circuit Hacking
Mondays... which seems to be when all us EEs come in to work on our
projects as well), you should be able to have 5 people soldering in
the electronics alcove.  There's never more than one or two people in
the wood shop, so cutting and gluing could happen in there even if the
main space is busy.

Personally, I'd actually recommend doing it on a Monday night, because
that's when most of the electronics hackers show up, and we are
totally going to want to help out :)  Do post to the mailing list when
you figure out a date -- I'd love to drop by and check out the
project!

Note that the NB soldering irons have fairly thick tips, so if you're
doing SMT stuff, you'll want to bring your own gear.

Is this the False Profit Battle Blimps project?  -->
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/battle-blimps

Cheers,
Phil


On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 1:53 PM, Bashir Ziady <bash102 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Some friends of mine and I are building remote controlled fighting blimps as
> art for burning man this year and we were thinking about doing a build day
> at Noisebridge. We thought it would be a good idea to check before just
> doing it. It is likely going to be about 5 people for an evening soldering,
> cutting, and gluing. Obviously we would try to avoid the busier scheduled
> nights and try not to get in the way.
>
> If this sounds good, we will go ahead and do it unless there are any
> objections?
> Thanks,
> -Bash
>
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