[Lab] Saturday, human powered float build for Toy Parade
darcy at siteware.com
Fri Nov 12 07:32:47 EST 2010
Sounds like fun. When is the parade?
I could come along and launch rubber-power (human power) model planes into
the audience. The catch is I'd want to make lots of them and would want some
people to help. We could follow your group if there were any takers.
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:55 PM, Richard Guy Briggs <rgb at tricolour.net>wrote:
> Hi all,
> I met a number of you on the weekend at the Maker Faire and showed some
> of you the diabolical plans we've got in store for the upcoming Toy
> Parade. I was hoping the timing would be such that I'd be able to go to
> a Mod Lab meeting before posting this announcement, but by coincidence
> the Linux photo sig scooped the room.
> I got the spools of ElectroLuminescent wire by post today so things are
> starting to take shape. Here's the plans for our float build party this
> Saturday if any of you are interested. I'm bringing at least another
> two soldering irons.
> Recycles Community bike shop is at http://re-cycles.ca
> The rig in question is here: http://hpv.tricolour.net/organ-trailer.html
> I can also be reached at +1.613.860-2354
> ----- Forwarded message from Mark Rehder <markrehder at gmail.com> -----
> Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2010 22:29:19 -0500
> From: Mark Rehder <markrehder at gmail.com>
> To: hpv-ottawa at conscoop.ottawa.on.ca
> Subject: [hpv-ottawa]: Saturday float build
> Hey all,
> The Toy Parade is fast approaching! And so time to get our butts
> moving on building our float.
> Instead of working in Richard's garage we can use the re-Cycles shop,
> since it is now closed on Saturdays for the season and has heat. ;)
> The big roll-up door there is quite handy for moving large vehicles in
> and out, and we should have pretty well all the tools we'd need on
> hand (including power tools). Richard just needs to make sure he has
> all the electrical stuff he needs, since we won't have much beyond a
> soldering iron at the shop, and we should be good to go.
> Time: Saturday Nov. 13th, noon to 6pm.
> Place: 473 Bronson (at Gladstone, driveway and entrance on south side
> of building)
> Have another look at the blog and if you have additional ideas please
> ----- End forwarded message -----
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