Author: kbob

Eugene Maker Social: Toy Night

The first Eugene Maker Social was a big success, so we’re making it a regular event.  The second one is scheduled for April 9th at North Bank.  Come join us, hang out, eat, drink.  This time, let’s all bring something we made and show it off. Eugene Maker Social Thursday,...

Eugene Maker Faire: Call for Makers

It’s time to get ready for Eugene Maker Faire. We have just four short months to get our projects ready for show ‘n’ tell. Eugene Maker Space will be a big contributor to the Faire this year, as always. There will be plenty of opportunities to volunteer. Eugene Maker Faire...

The first-ever Eugene Maker Social

You’re invited to join Eugene Maker Space for the Eugene Maker Social. Eat and drink. Hang out with your fellow makers. Talk about geeky stuff. Eugene Maker Social Thursday, February 26 6:00 PM Falling Sky Pour House and Deli 790 Blair Blvd. Eugene, OR

Eugene Mini Maker Faire is almost here.

Eugene Mini Maker Faire is next Saturday, June 15th. More info here. EMS will have a booth. We still have room for more members to show their projects, so let us know if you want to exhibit.

Now with More Filaments!

Last night, Austin and Bob built a filament holder for our 3D printing station. It holds four spools of filament at the ready, and it is expandable to six spools. Rick’s MakerBot is directly under the spools. Mark’s PrintrBot is offscreen to the right. Many thanks to Rick and Mark...

Open Hack Night starts early tonight.

Tonight we’re starting Open Hack Night a little early. Doors will open at 5:00 instead of 6:00. Open Hack Night is every Tuesday and Friday night. Our address is 687 McKinley, Suite 2, Eugene, Oregon.

Now easier to find

Eugene Maker Space now has its name on the sign out front of the building. We are easier to find than ever before.

Open Hack Night Was Busy Tonight.

Open Hack Night was busy tonight. I did not catch what everyone was doing. I did catch that Michelle was gluing together a puzzle box, Ben and Kassie were installing Raspbian on their new Raspberry Pis, Celeste was prototyping an LED-illuminated yo-yo kit for girls to make, Taper was wiring...