Category Archives: Engineering
Cranks is a volunteer run DIY bike workshop based in Kemp Town in Brighton. We provide a space, tools and expertise to help members of the public to repair their own bikes at minimum cost, learning new skills as they … Continue reading
Soldering workshops are an essential part of any Maker Faire, but this year’s Brighton Mini Maker Faire is taking it up a notch with a full-on welding workshop, run by engineer and cartoonist Tim Hunkin.
Remote operated underwater vehicle (ROV) controlled by an Arduino and built from simple to obtain parts, plumbing pipe for the frame, drainage pipe for the main body, electric motors for thrusters. There is also an onboard camera to see what’s … Continue reading
In the last of our our Brighton Mini Maker Faire teaser videos from Larchmont Films, Julian from Cranks DIY bike workshop in Brighton demonstrates how to tighten your bike brakes by replacing the cable. It’s all very much in keeping … Continue reading
Surprising as it may sound the upcoming Brighton Mini Maker Faire is very much a Green event, and we’re delighted to have so many participants helping us to get a real focus on ecological issues. It may sound a bizarre … Continue reading