A summary of Tuesday Open Night with selected photos and brief captions.
Tuesday Open Night at kwartzlab, January 26, 2011.
Mark demonstrates his first Arduino project, a CV trigger tempo divider.
Karl illustrates the progress on his ‘Gravity Generator’ project.
Bevan researches in the lounge.
Karl demos the internals to his ‘Gravity Generator’ project.
Jeff poses enthusiastically with an ancient vacuum tube tester won at auction.
Don shows off his first Bedini motor prototype.
Don explains the theory and operation of his Bedini motor.
Kevin and Andrew disassemble cordless drill battery packs.
Andrew rebuilds a cordless drill battery pack.
Andrew skillfully solders connections for a new cordless drill battery pack.
A cordless drill battery pack with new cells, rebuilt at kwartzlab’s Tuesday Open Night by Andrew Netherton.
Mark puts the new (old) Weller soldering station to good use, assembling a surface mount PCB of his own design.
Gus prototypes a 555 timer based light theremin circuit.
Margaret shows off her homemade rawhide wrapped notebook along with some concept cover designs.
Ron and Gus compare a 555 with a 558.
Andrew works on the schematic and PCB layout for a kit he is developing with Bevan.
Alex compiles visitor statistics from the Tuesday Open Night guestbook.