Wednesday, Feb 19th, 2014


Last night Arch Reactor hosted a 3D Printer Build Night as part of the St. Louis 3D Printer Meetup Group with at least 35 attendees.  The printer for the evening was a donated PrintrBot kit from one of Arch Reactor's members.  Since the total assembly time would end up being 12+ hours, Ryan and Scott pre-assembled some of the more minor assemblies to help speed up the process and get to the more interesting parts.  In addition to the kit building, there were several other printers running which varied from an UltiMaker, a couple different delta printers, and modified Lyman filament extruder.

Thursday, Feb 13th, 2014
 
2014 Board Members
President: Chris Weiss
Vice President: Joe Cathell
Treasurer: Michael K
Sgt@Arms: Niels B
Secretary: Deech M
 
Directors 
P.R. - Andrew R.
Education: John R. 
Webmaster: Travis M. 
 
The director position of Social Director was dissolved by unanimous vote. 
Monday, Jan 6th, 2014

Fire and Ice, Saturday January 25th 2014

7 til 11pm Ages 21 and up

http://fireandicestl.org/

Tuesday, Nov 19th, 2013

PJRC has graciously sent us a handfull of "cosmetically challenged" Teensy 3.0 development boards!  You may have seen the Teensy 2.0 used in some of the demos we do at various events around town, and this is our first time getting hands on the much faster 32 bit version.  We'll get these in some members hand tonight and see what we they come up with!

Monday, Nov 11th, 2013

Bring your own wire wreath frame and gloves to protect your fingers from being poked and sappy.  

Also anything else you want to add to your wreath.  I will provide greenery, decorative seeds and berries, wire, cutters and instruction.


For more information contact cweiss@gmail.com

or besa.schweitzer@gmail.com or visit https://www.facebook.com/events/586072968119837/

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  1. Game Design Day ** ArchReactor
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