[Noisebridge-discuss] Fix club repair night Tomorrow, Monday Feb 1st @ Noisebridge
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Sun Jan 31 19:39:20 UTC 2016
Hey folks! I am gonna help teach / share for another Fix-It Club tomorrow evening. I'll be there early, around 4pm but we have a 5pm start and I can go pretty late as usual. So bring by your broken projects and your willingness to dissect them :) Details:
Monday, February 1, 17:00: Fix-It Repair Club<https://noisebridge.net/index.php?title=Fix-It_Repair_Club&action=edit&redlink=1>,
Fix-It Club<https://noisebridge.net/index.php?title=Fix-It_Club&action=edit&redlink=1> is a very relaxed and informal club/class where people bring in broken electronics and we learn and work together to repair them! This class will be hosted in part by Zach who has over 12 years of electrical repair experience. Other people attending will share their wealth of knowledge as well so we can all learn from each other. Some soldering experience recommended, as this is more of an intermediate class that focuses on diving into repairs and does not focus on learning how to solder or how to use basic tools. See Circuit Hacking Mondays for that, which will be going on around the same time, so you can learn some soldering and check back later as well!
* Note This class may also go for more than a couple hours depending on how in-depth the repairs are! In the past we have gone as much as 4-5 hours and it has been a lot of fun. Of course you don't have to stay the whole time :)
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