Visit to MILL: Makers in Little Lisbon

Visit to MILL: Makers in Little Lisbon

Hello everyone! 🙂 As some of you have read in a previous blog post, on the 11th of February of 2016 I went to the Sigfox Maker Tour in Lisbon. Since I arrived at about 10AM I found myself alone in Lisbon with nothing to do until 2PM, when the Sigfox event would start. Gladly,



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3D Printed DNA Lamp on Make Magazine 48: Congratulations João!

This is a “Congratulations” post to a friend, Master Maker and eLab Hackerspace co-founder: João Duarte! He just got his stunning 3D Printed DNA Lamp published at Make Magazine Volume 48! (First project by a Portuguese maker being featured on a Make Magazine, ever? 🙂 ) João is one of the most skilled makers I



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Lisbon Maker Faire 2016: the dates are set!

The dates for Lisbon Maker Faire 2016, the biggest maker event in Portugal, have been announced! This year the event will occur a few months sooner: 25 and 26 of June! You read that right. 4 months left to get your project ready. This time you won’t have the summer months to finish your projects.



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SIGFOX Maker Tour Lisbon

Hi everyone! In the end of January I received an invitation to attend an event where I place high expectations: the SIGFOX Maker Tour Lisbon. The event will take place on the next Thursday (11th February 2016) at Startup Lisboa. I have high expectations because I’m very interested in Internet of Things (IoT) and SIGFOX will



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HacKeyboard, an open hardware mechanical keyboard – part III

Hi everyone! This is the third post on building the HacKeyboard. In case you haven’t read the first ones, here are the links: HacKeyboard, an open hardware mechanical keyboard, part I HacKeyboard, an open hardware mechanical keyboard, part II Removing the keycaps and desoldering the switches The first thing I did was to remove the keycaps.



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