The Sport and Hobby Show was exhausting but also a great success and a great deal of fun. Hackforge had many interested visitors, most fascinated by the 3D printer. On Sunday, John brought his Artec Eva 3D scanner and scanned cosplayers from our neighbouring booth. All in all, a grand show!
Rob takes picture of our booth, while his own picture is taken.
FIRST robotics had an impressive display across from our own booth.
Some handle manning the booth better than others.
Chris manning the booth.
Hackforge often leads to odd statements. In this picture, I'm slicing Phil.
John works intently massaging a just-scanned model.
To finish off Sunday evening, Phil is our last print of the show.
At the May 2014 meeting, the Board Members and Member Reps of Hackforge adopted a set of rules to govern the use of our shared space.
If you have any questions about these, please contact your local Hackforge Volunteer Rep!
At the last Hackforge Board Meeting, our board members and member representatives unanimously approved a Code of Conduct for our organization.All those involved with Hackforge will expected to abide by this code.
Please contact the Chair of the Membership committee, Mita Williams (mita @ hackf.org) if you have any questions. Thanks all!
Regrettably we must cancel tonight's tech talk due to an access system malfunction. We will announce when it has been rescheduled.
Michael McMaster dropped in today and spent several hours helping us out with organizing tools and our Vex robotics workstation. Thanks, Michael!