Posted on Monday, Nov 11th, 2019

Thank you to everyone who helped make our 10th Anniversary--Don't Try This at Home event a success!

We are interested in your feedback about how the event went.

An e-mail was sent out, but if you did not get on the list, here is the link to let us know what you thought about the event.

 

https://forms.gle/5yRsHfvGKViDC9rr5

 

Thanks for participating!

-Morgan Miransky

Director of Public Relations

Posted on Thursday, Sep 19th, 2019

Hello Arch Reactor Friend,

Our 10th Anniversary is coming up! We are having a big party to celebrate our birthday. You're invited! Click https://www.eventbrite.com/e/arch-reactor-10th-anniversary-party-dont-try-this-at-home-tickets-71224545533 to get free tickets!

We will have molten aluminum casting, blacksmithing, high-voltage wood burning, 3d printing, laser cutting, and many other demonstrations!

There will be custom Arch Reactor food like laser engraved cookies and liquid nitrogen ice cream!

Beverages available for adults and children!

 

 

Posted on Monday, Aug 12th, 2019

Joel Leonard visits the Arch Reactor with his 50lb Thorminator and viking hat; dropping his MAKER MOTIVATOR STYLE on us!


The Maker's Maker with his Viking Hat and Thorminator - Maker Motivator Style!

(sorry to those of you that were here and we didn't think about a group picture until the very end) 

Posted on Friday, Aug 9th, 2019

This Sunday 8/11/19 around 1:30pm ARCH REACTOR and MEMBERS are going to be graced by

the JOHNNY APPLESEED of Makerspaces, JOEL LEONARD and his THORMINATOR!!! 

As Joel works with members of the space to make a Cotton Candy Machine to be used at the 10th Anniversary Party October 12th, 2019, we will have a chance to pick this mans brain and at 5:30-6:30pm an informal Q&A moderated by our PR Officer Morgan Miransky will be video taped by Gene Jordan.  For those that are not able to attend, be sure to check back as we will post the video to the website at a later time.  If you have any questions you would like answered please send to directorofpublicrelations@archreactor.org or Secretary@Archreactor.org before 3pm on Sunday and title of email: JOEL Q&A 

We are super excited to have him visit and will be having a members dinner afterward at 7pm (members are asked to bring a side dish - as BBQ Pork and Brisket from Pappy's will be provided).  

In the meantime, here's a few links to the press that Joel's been receiving!  SAFE TRAVELS JOEL and LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING YOU!     

https://anchor.fm/practical-reliability/episodes/Interview-with-Joel-Leonard-e4r456?fbclid=IwAR11OXVuuXCS2G2c3GiQpsGOkauVUUX0VV5rvWtfGQG5csX6-7XzdnFGzjs

https://omny.fm/shows/wwj-plus/joel-leonard-brings-his-hammer-to-maker-faire?fbclid=IwAR2kcWbkHa4yXrpso3km39qmvshF5bxc9K4t17SMmeRfJ4WeR7rtwcNOxbo

http://www.elon.edu/e-net/Article/131761?fbclid=IwAR3Ca1CIFNWf1_9jk8Ivl0hi3aNJJU4Ssb0ya_YjFgxSkIzEiFVQcnrEu7k

Posted on Tuesday, Jul 30th, 2019

July's Sheet Metal Bending Class!

Kim bending metal!

In July's sheet metal bending class, we walked through using tools in the space to bend and form sheet metal.  The work was based on a template for making cell phone holders!  Thanks Victor for sharing your knowledge!

 

Look for a write up of the class notes in the near future!

Derek twisting metal to his will!

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