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Intro to MITERS Answered

Here's a nice introductory video for MITERS, the MIT club that Eric, Tim Anderson, and the Squid Labs team used as their clubhouse/home base for building awesome things while at MIT.  Looks like people are still learning new things, and making good use of the tools and shop space.



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godofal (author)2010-05-29

this looks like heaven for me o.O

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nickodemus (author)2010-05-19

That's great! If at all possible, someone should contact them and let them know about Instructables. They would LOVE it! (And they would be contributing members!)

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teamtestbot (author)nickodemus2010-05-24

We are indeed active on Instructables and many of our members have accounts.

Our group is: https://www.instructables.com/group/miters/ and our club website is http://miters.mit.edu

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steveastrouk (author)teamtestbot2010-05-26

My geeky sons are both hoping to get to MIT, they're currently 12 and 10, so we have some time yet....

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caitlinsdad (author)2010-05-18

...and still haven't learned the basics of wearing eye protection when doing high-speed milling of metal parts.  Geek googles are cool.

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Kiteman (author)caitlinsdad2010-05-18

... yet the only flying metal that hit anybody was the size of your palm...

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caitlinsdad (author)Kiteman2010-05-18

more like the milling and lathe, like the guy hovers over to take a closer look.  Maybe give him a tie to wear also.

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Kryptonite (author)caitlinsdad2010-05-21

I've lost count the number of times people stare at your work while being THIS CLOSE to me and the machine. >:(

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PKM (author)2010-05-19

Why weren't/aren't there any of these where I went to uni?

Oh yeah, I would have failed my degree because making robots is clearly more fun than revising discrete maths.  And now I can make robots in my free time.

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Kiteman (author)2010-05-18