Thursday, May 28th, 2015

Tonight we learned about relays, 555 timers, op-amps, diodes in circuits.

Tuesday, Apr 14th, 2015

By my quick count at least 17 were in attendance, to learn about oscilloscopes. I learned about PMW pins on the arduino. I learned how they can help give more life and torque to my robotics. We learned how the oscilloscopes differ from multimeters.

 

Wednesday, Apr 1st, 2015

Thanks to Alix for her class on Sunday, March 29 on Silk Dyed Eggs!     What lovely patterns from thrift-store silk neckties. 

Thursday, Mar 26th, 2015

On February the 27, Nine Network visited Arch Reactor and aired a publication on March 25th.  Below is the video. 

  • "A visit to the Arch Reactor Hackerspace, a workshop on South Jefferson for technology enthusiasts, inventors, and tinkerers. Many say this is the kind of place needed by cities that want to nurture an innovative culture and economy."
  • "Griffin 3D is a local startup that making desktop 3D printers in South St. Louis. Its two partners met at the Arch Reactor Hackerspace."
Tuesday, Mar 24th, 2015

Diane S. lead us in the creation of the eggs along with her friend Jen.

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  1. Electronics & Programming Class

Friday, June 5th

  1. 2600 Meeting
    • Start time: 06:00pm
    • End time: 10:00pm
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Sunday, June 7th

  1. Hack Something!

Tuesday, June 9th

  1. Silhouette Instructables Night

Thursday, June 11th

  1. Electronics & Programming Class

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