Post Profile

Look What Showed Up For Bring-A-Hack At OSH Park

Hackaday was in Portland last weekend for the Open Hardware Summit. I did a brief recap earlier this week but this post has been on my mind the entire time. The night before the summit, OSH Park (the Purveyors of Perfect Purple PCBs which we all know and love) hosted a Bring-A-Hack at their headquarters. [Laen] knows how to throw a party — with a catered spread and open bar which all enjoyed.
read more


Related Posts

FR4 Machine Shield Is A CNC Milling Machine From FR4 PCB

Technology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

The people behind the PocketNC heard you like CNC PCB mills, so they milled you a PCB mill out of PCB. They announced their surprising new open source hardware product, a pocket sized 3-axis CNC machine entirely made out of FR4 PCB ...

Open Source Hardware Certification Announced

Technology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

Last weekend was the Open Hardware Summit in Philadelphia, and the attendees were nearly entirely people who build Open Source Hardware. The definition of Open Source Hardware has been around for a while, but without a certification...

Free Hackaday stuff at next week’s Open Hardware Summit

Technology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

If you’re headed off to the Open Hardware Summit next week we’ve got some free swag for you. Readers paying any attention know that Hackaday was acquired by Supply Frame over the summer. There had been some nervousness in the commen...

$50k in Play: Thirty Projects Will Win Custom PCBs this Week

Technology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

This week we’re giving away $1500 in OSH Park codes to thirty different projects. Submit your project to the 2015 Hackaday Prize now! $50,000 over the next 17 weeks! For each of the last four weeks we’ve awarded prize packages to th...

Hackaday in Portland this Week for Open Hardware Summit

Technology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

We’ve been trying fit in a tour of the Pacific Northwest for a couple of years now. This week is a perfect excuse. Hackaday is proud to sponsor the Open Hardware Summit which will be held in Portland this Friday! Hackaday believes i...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC