The famous Etching and Soldering Workshop

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The famous Etching and Soldering Workshop
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Type of Event: Workshop
From: 2011/02/05 01:00:00 PM
Till: 2011/02/05 06:30:00 PM
Recurring: no
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Attendees: prometheus, destructive, trollchen, bisly, Bartek
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NYAQ*

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What will be done?

You can choose to do the voice changer, the fm transmitter (for doing some radio) or just do both. They fit together. Imagine how radio listeners react if there's suddenly a robot voice on their radio :-)

Who can attend?

Everyone. And I mean everyone, even non-members are welcome. But there's a limit on voice changer chips so please send a message here: [1]. Members click on "Edit with form" and add themselves to the attendees list instead.

What does it cost

  • Voice changer: 7€ (1.)
  • FM transmitter: 7€ (2.)
  • Both: 14€ (3.)


  1. There's a small donation for the space included. The costs are yet not fixed as most devices are not yet ordered but it shold be in that range.
  2. See 1.
  3. See 2.

How many can attend?

1010 (ten). If the workshop is booked out there will be a second session.

Schedule

  • 13:00 Presentation about Eagle (the CAD software) and PCBs
  • Pause
  • 14:30 Designing PCB
  • 15:30 Exposing
  • 16:30 Etching
  • 17:30 Soldering
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