This is the first post in a series of posts I plan on writing on Sundays documenting various goings-on in our space.
This week we were open to the public on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, and I'd say average turnout was around six per day. We got a new, sturdier workbench for the electronics lab. I fixed up the old table by putting some white primer on it to make it nicer-looking - the hope is that the white helps keep clutter away. More things to do include mounting a florescent worklight, getting an assortment of lab cable, more component drawers and so on.
We've also realized we need new computers to turn into workstations, so if anyone has any to spare then this is a public call for donations. One of our members is also interested in building a low-cost cluster, so even just motherboards with working CPUs and RAM are of interest.
Time for some pictures from the inside. This is the current state of the electronics lab:
Closeup showing the new Rigol DS1052E scope and some older analog tools:
Bonus shot of the workshop, which is in need of some tidying: