Category: Blog

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Eugene Makerspace Newsletter

Dear Friends and Fellow Makers, Posh new banner, eh? I was bored. Anywho, it’s been a while since we did one of these ‘newsletter’ type messages, and we’ve got a lot to tell you about! So grab a cup of your beverage of choice, and let’s get on with the...

It’s EMS’s 10th Anniversary!

A place where engineers & artists, draftsmen and dreamers can come together and bring their projects to life. Cord – First Blog Entry, December 7, 2010 10 years ago, this very day, members of the fledgling Eugene Makerspace opened their doors to the public for the first time. The space...

Setting up the ELEGOO Mars 2 Pro

Well folks, here it is! The ELEGOO Mars 2 Pro, MSLA printer! Ben’s been working hard to get the machine all set up and ready to start figuring out how to use it. The next step will be figuring out the software. Among the many differences, it seems that unlike...

ELEGOO 3D Printer has arrived!

In conjunction with our recent partnership with ELEGOO, they have sent us a brand new, in the box, Mars 2 Pro Resin Printer! We’re still working on getting it all set up and figuring out how it works, but we’re super excited to bring this new tool to our members...

Sponsor Highlight: ELEGOO

The Eugene Makerspace is excited to announce our recent partnership with ELEGOO, manufacturer of excellent, consumer grade 3D Printers, STEM kits, robots, and more! https://www.elegoo.com Our sponsorship arrangement with ELEGOO will allow us to bring a brand new, modern, SLA “resin” printer to our members and community! SLA printers offer...

Member Project: Custom Rubber Stamp

It turns out, with the right settings, and some EVA Craft Foam, you can make your own custom rubber stamps, using a laser engraver!

Member Project: Maker-Cades!

A history of the Makercade project, and how it turned from a single unit, personal project, to a massive organizational effort to make a bunch of miniature arcade emulators! So many thanks should be handed, to Ben, Jeffrey, Bruce, and everyone else who had a hand in getting these together...