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Workshop Update for August 31st, 2012

Posted on Friday, August 31st, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP

Made changes to Open Hardware Summit presentation based on comments, thanks everyone!

Received second H1N recording device for our workshop video at Sjaak’s place this weekend.

Making contact with New York City hackerspaces for our upcoming visit. If you’re planning to go to Maker Faire or Open Hardware Summit in NYC you are welcome to join our tour of shops and hackerspaces.

Working on ATX PSU v2 using KiCAD.

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3 Responses to “Workshop Update for August 31st, 2012”

  1. Arup Basak says:

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  2. teslatree says:

    Happy to see you use kicad. The workflow seems a little strange the first few minutes, but now it all makes sense. Check out fped, a scriptable footprint editor.

  3. Paul says:

    +1 for Kicad. Finally open source software for open source hardware. And workflow is actually very nice and easy.

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