Posted on Thursday, Sep 30th, 2010
Arduino is refreshing its core product line by renaming the Duemilanove to Uno, upgrading the Mega, and replacing the FTDI with a much faster and more flexible ATmega8U2 programmed as a USB to Serial converter on both. A new logo and website design are also being shown off. For the official announcement visit http://arduino.cc/blog/2010/09/24/dinner-is-ready/
Posted on Thursday, Sep 23rd, 2010
Mitch Altman appears in a video series where several hackerspaces are challenged to repurpose a commercial product of some sort in a way that a "common person" would find useful. Video after the break...
Posted on Wednesday, Sep 8th, 2010
The general meeting on the 7th of September yielded a fresh harvest of planned events, all open to the public as usual.
Posted on Sunday, Aug 22nd, 2010

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.

Posted on Saturday, Aug 21st, 2010

The hackerspace swarmed last night with new and beginning solderers. Mitch Altman of TV-B-Gone fame, along with Jimmie Rodgers, full time hacker, and Matt Mets from Make magazine, brought in suitcases full of goodies for attendants to demo and play with.

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Upcoming Events

Tomorrow

  1. St. Louis YouTubers Meetup: Broadcasting for Charity
    • Start time: 12:00pm
    • End time: 02:00pm
    • Where: Arch Reactor, 2215 Scott Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103, USA
    • To start off this week's meeting, we'll have a short presentation/discussion about Extra Life, a charity event for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals that involves streaming video online while soliciting donations from viewers. Learn tips tips, techniques, and recommendations from two volunteers with over 100 hours of experience, and start planning your own stream for this fall.

      After the Extra Life discussion, we will be open for general discussion as usual.

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Sunday, July 21st

  1. Open Build Something!
    • Start time: 07:00pm
    • End time: 10:00pm
    • Where: 2215 Scott Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103, USA
    • Come stop by and visit! Open build night to work on projects and hang out!

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Tuesday, July 23rd

  1. Don't Try This at Home planning meeting
  2. Class: Sheet Metal Bending

Friday, July 26th

  1. 3D Printer Meetup
    • Start time: 07:00pm
    • End time: 09:00pm
    • Whether you're interested in printing for art, prototyping, manufacturing, or just fixing dishwasher soap lids, this is a meetup group where you can come get answers to your questions, help people new to the hobby, and show off your printer and its creations.

      If you have a printer, bring it along, working or not, we would love to see and learn about it.

      https://www.meetup.com/STL-3D-Printing/

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Saturday, July 27th

  1. Private event <> BG Meet-up
    • Start time: 12:00pm
    • End time: 10:00pm
    • Where: 2215 Scott Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103, USA, Archreactor, Arch Reactor
    • ORGANIZER : Frank Kallal

      This is a Team meet-up and Practice session for an event we are attending two weeks from now. We will Be Utilizing the Classroom Area, with some possibility of the Wooden table and Maybe some of the Main "clean Room" table

      Possible attendance is in the 15-20 person range. with 5-10 of those being folks that have not been to the space previously. It's possible we will run later than 6pm, but at that point the space should be open for anyone even though we are still there.

      Member's of any form are more than welcome to use the Shop or front area space, however I would Prefer not to Compete against a secondary event during this time frame.

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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.

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