Someone forgot a 10 year old HP laptop power supply and another member said they have one of those in the car, and a minute later he was up and working. He found that TinkerCAD now host a virtual Raspberry and Arduino section on their website. This means you can be playing around writing code and testing it out with having to purchase any hardware - very cool. Alternatively, you can test it out on-line while waiting on newly purchased hardware to arrive.
Phillip printed out a replacement spool holder (long peg of red plastic sticking out the lower RH side of printer). The broken one is on the table below:
No photos, but we had members doing their Cybersecurity homework, others working in TinkerCAD designing electrical circiuts and another knitted up a full length scaf.
Some other things going on....
A SW Maker luggage tag:
The mobile gaming rig now has a 3D printed servo mount for a stylus and sports a Raspberry Pi 2GB computer:
A tiny 5mm long photo-interuptor sensor:
A Raspberry Pi powered Bubblator Art project in the making: