Not only do you get to see the shop and in-progress projects, but a very
interesting collection of makers turn up there. Last I visited, I met
one couple who built a 3D printer that uses table sugar as the working
medium, and got a great under-the-hood tour of a home-converted electric
car. Very inspiring.
That is delicious. Maker communities have such good energy. I particularly
like the look on the face of the hand-painter.
Was there ever a writeup from the puzzlemakers who produced the 3" 3D-JP
puzzleballs, or the large one from Taipei? (were more of those puzzleballs
made?) It would also be interesting to see a semitranslucent globe for a
lamp; with the right light you could get a pure white background regardless
of the color of the surroundings.
On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 1:14 PM, William Pietri <[hidden email]> wrote: