Pictures from Mitch Altman's Soldering Class

Matt Mets, from Make magazine, has graciously given us permission to use his photos here on our website. For bandwidth reasons, we're only displaying scaled versions of some of the photos. The complete set can be found in Matt's Flickr Photostream.

In case you missed the first post (and the actual event), Mitch Altman stopped by Arch Reactor on Saturday as part of his tour of Midwest hackerspaces:

Accompanying him was Jimmie Rodgers, a full time hacker and maker who brought along a few great kits for starting makers that he himself designed.

Matt Mets of Make magazine was also with them. Being the photographer, he doesn't show up in any of these pictures.

Before the class started, Mitch, Jimmie, and Matt were given a tour of the space and the building, including the roof...

...speakeasy...

...and the infinite worlds that can be found lurking inside the MAME cabinet.

After a while, enough people showed up to get started.

 

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