Learn the basics of 3D printing in this intro class!
The first part will be an intro to theory of 3d printing and how it works, then we’ll get into the specifics of how to use Decatur Makers’ new CR10 printer & our Lulzbot mini printer.
We’ll cover how to make a design with free software,…
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Wondering what to do with your Arduino and/or Raspberry Pi? Played around with them a little and need some inspiration? Want to learn more and/or share what you know?
Join some other like-minded makers at our Arduino + Pi User Group. This is for makers of all skill levels from newbie to know-a-lot.
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Holiday Woodworking (Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors)
Sunday, December 15
Girl Scouts use string, wood, a hammer and nails, a little math and their creativity to create string-art holiday ornaments they can take home. Cadettes earn their Woodworker Badge. Seniors and Ambassadors earn…
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ALE has been promoting Linux and Open Source Software Freedom in Atlanta Since 1994. The group is now meeting at Decatur Makers on the third Tuesday of the month. See www.ale.org for specifics on the meeting topic.