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Steven Devine

Tensegrity!

2013.December.17

Steve found some surgical tubing in the rummage pile in the basement, so tonight during Project Night, he cut up some 2x2s, made loops of the tubing, and with a lot of effort and bruised knuckles, ended up with this example of tensegrity: Pretty amazing! In other news, don’t forget the Raspberry Pi meetup at […]

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Door Lock Prototype Test

2013.July.28

With the help of Steve Devine, I cobbled together a proof-of-concept door lock (or more precisely, a doorknob-turner). It’s a small step toward a “keyless” entry system. As you can see, it works, but it’s pretty darn Rube Goldbergy. If you have some ideas for improving it, leave a comment or come to SCRoW Wednesday […]

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2013 Staff Volunteers

2013.May.8

First meeting of the 2013 Jigsaw Board of Directors, with several other members participating Please help me welcome your 2013 Staff Volunteers: Benevolent Dictator: Tom McDonald Master of Coins / Treasurer: Michael Park Aspiration Manager / Membership Director: Budi Mulyo Nerds Wrangler / Development Director: Monica Houston Guild Master / Space Manager: Tim Clemans Tools Master / Tools Room Manager: Alan […]

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Making Jigsaw

2013.May.6

What a find Jigsaw member Steve made recently!  Seizing the opportunity to save some stuff from the dumpster while an Inscape Building neighbour was moving out, Steve found a number of gems that will enhance Jigsaw.  One of which is this piece of AV furniture which is sturdy with nice castors: If only we had a picture of […]

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A Trilling Experience

2013.April.15

New member Steve set a goal to make a new flute from Pacific-Northwest-grown bamboo, and recently set out on a hunt for the perfect pipe. Here we see Steve after returning from a successful hunt and testing a first tone on a currently one-holed chi flute.  Work from here includes determining proper position for remaining holes […]

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