Come and join us as a team (or several teams) who will start to design & enter their ideas in the 2016 Hackaday Prize design concept challenge.
Please sign up to follow the event and add a comment to give us an RSVP.
For more information: https://hackaday.io/event/10901-st-louis-hackaday-world-create-day-arch-reactor
Additionally, there is a thread about this event on our discussion forum for any questions you might have: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups&hl=en#!topic/arch-reactor/FY6BBICx4mI
Thanks to everyone that came out last Saturday to help get our shop equipment. We were able to get the entire shop moved over and the existing space cleaned up. Look for moving events in the near future to help get the rest of the areas moved out. Until we are completely moved over make sure to keep an eye on our calendar events or mailing list to see where we will be gathering!
Thursday, May 5th
Arch Reactor's entry into the Hackaday Prize contest. We are designing and building an IoT enabled Microscope on a budget.
Contact Person: Rosanna - firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Clean shop area/Lounge
Friday, May 6th
Arch Reactor is proud to host the only St. Louis 2600 meeting. All 2600 meetings are open to the public. Visit stl2600.com for more information regarding topic.
More details about 2600 can be found at http://www.2600.com
Mars Base 2076
Sunday, May 8th
Tuesday, May 10th
*open to public free class*
This will be a in depth look at 3D printing, from taking a sketch all the way to printing out your design. This will include talking about the advantages and disadvantages of different 3D design software, like Google Sketch Up, and Autodesk Fusion 360 to name a few. We will look at many different 3D printers including Delta and Cartesian style. We will also have many printers available to use/see including a UV resin based SLA Form 1+.
Come check out the space at one of our regular Tuesday meetings, year-round. Tuesday meetings are always open to the public, and generally begin at 7:30 pm.
Arch Reactor was founded in 2009 by a group of friends who liked technology, programming, making, and pizza. Now St. Louis' largest hackerspace, Arch Reactor's growing membership continues to bring new skills, projects, equipment, and people to one place.
For a deeper understanding of what we're about, you should check out our explanation of hackerspaces, perhaps read about one of our members' projects, or (best of all) come meet us in person at the next open event!