3-D Printing

A new open source 3D rendering tool

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3DOrchard.com is a new Alabama-based open-source 3D-design and modeling open website on a mission – to make 3D design and modeling software easily accessible, available and easy to use. Eric Sherouse, one of the co-founders, stopped by the Red Mountain Makers space this evening to talk about his new site, currently in beta. For the […]

Build out

New Shape Lab getting close!

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For those who’ve been following our makerspace startup closely, you know that we’ve had a lot of work to do over the past two years. When we started using the space for meetings and activities, it was an old medical clinic that needed  a lot of work to make it a usable as a makerspace. […]

Events

Hour of Code with Woodlawn High School

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The 2015 Hour of Code introduction to programming event will be running from December 7th – 13th. Members from Red Mountain Makers will be working with Dr. Douglas’ class at Woodlawn High School to get students started programming – and to promote interest in engineering, design and computer science. We could use your help. If you are a […]

Arduino

YourDuino Demonstrations, Monday Nov. 2nd

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Woah – our first product demo @theSpace! YourDuino (a.k.a. Terry King and Mary Alice Osborne), from West Topsham, Vermont, will be visiting the Red Mountain Makers space, on Monday November 2nd.  Terry and Mary Alice are here to talk to people about Arduino circuit boards – and what you can do with them! They will have some of their kits […]

Events

Making the Makerspace

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If you’re interested in what goes into making a makerspace, Shirley has written a series of articles over on her professional website, Velochic Design.