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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.
Antweight robots are 150g versions of the 100kg fighting robots seen on Robot Wars. Started in 2000 by robot builders who found it too cold in the winter to work on heavyweight robots in the garage, these tiny robots can … Continue reading
Universal Air Ltd.’s specialises in high performance yet affordable quadcopters, these are aimed at hobbyists, academia and enthusiasts and feature extremely simple and robust design using laser-cut aluminium parts that can be easily repaired or modified, and completely open source … Continue reading
I built a robot arm out of some meccano, and arduino, and some motors. It can play the glockenspiel and draw. We also have a home-brew boom-cam, and hopefully by the time of the faire some Raspberry Pi based stuff … Continue reading