NESIT will be open at 7pm on Monday for our open house. We’ve got new air compressor lines hooked up along with the metal mill station (see the previous post).
After a bit of clean-up the lines held a steady 80PSI without hissing a constant stream of air!
Come by and check out NESIT! This Wednesday, June 28th, we’re once again open for our weekly open house. If you’re unfamiliar with the location please look here for directions, maps, and street shots of the building.
Join NESIT for our weekly open house this Monday in lovely Meriden, CT. We’re in the Pratt St. building right off Highway 691 a stop down from the I91 interchange. You can even find directions, maps, and pictures on this very website!
Assorted NESIT members are just back from the @Party held at the Artisan’s Asylum in Sommerville Mass.
What was happening? Inverse Phase was there giving an overview of “8-bit” style audio silicon. NMLStyle and StormBlooper traded off audio and video duties to put on an A/V concert.
And of course the composition competition occurred late in the evening with some interesting entries. The contents of which will hopefully be up on the @Party website in the future.
Stop by the NESIT Makerspace in lovely downtown Meriden, CT for our open house night. It’s starting to get warmer; we should be acquiring a metal lathe and a metal milling station once the weather settles and the mud drys out.
It’s been a bit underutilized so far but we’ve also got the open house listed on Meetup!
NESIT is once again hosting an open house for folks to see what the Makerspace has to offer. Come by and check out the space and sit in on NESIT member Dave’s Introduction to Engineering!
Speaking of engineering why not check out our drawer slider driven CNC (featured above) while you’re there?
Come by the NESIT Makerspace for our Maker Monday open house. We’re right off 691 just an exit down from the 91 interchange in Meriden, CT. We’ve been working on fine tuning the 3D printers lately; come on by and check out the results!
Stop by NESIT for our open house from 7pm to 10pm. Check out the newly organized wood and metal workshops!
Ever wanted to roast up fresh coffee from green beans? In small batches?
Currently on the NESIT work table is a small batch coffee roaster. It’s a conversion job created from a donor popcorn popper, two thermocouples, a solid state 120v/20A switch, and an ATMega168 board. Later the popper may receive an ARM system, such as the OrangePi or Raspberry Pi, to run artisan – the coffee roasting scope. Think an osilloscope for coffee with temperature and timing software and you’ve got the idea.
Stop by to check out the progress and say hello!
SARA, the Southington Amateur Radio Association, held their annual fundraiser flea market at the Southington High School again this year and NESIT was there. Thanks to everyone who stopped by to say hello and inquire after the Makerspace. Stop on down during an open house night and visit!
If you’d like to find an upcoming local ARRL (the National Association for Amateur Radio) event check out their list of HAMFests and meet ups.