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Workshop Update for September 17th, 2012

Posted on Monday, September 17th, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP

We’re finishing up Geek Tour schedules, especially New York. We’ll be posting schedules for the East Village food crawl and geek tours tomorrow if you’d like to join us. We got our first complete nixie thing module running.

Modeled and rendered the Bus Blaster v3 in the SoB case model for today’s post. We also worked on illustrating the Open Hardware Summit 2012 open USB presentation.

We made a small adjustment to the Bus Pirate Demo Board silk. Working on a holder board for a NEC D-8035-E VFD tube.

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