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  • Reece Love

    Dear 10BitWorks,

    My name is Reece Love, and I am a member of the Dallas Makerspace here in North Texas.

    I am contacting you and the other Makerspaces around the world because I am part of a very important project that will be of interest to your membership.
    Our site, Ventrifuge.com, is about to release our beta version whose intent is to help makers, tinkerers, and entrepreneurs find, recruit, and create business partnerships to help manifest their projects. We are offering the service 100% free of charge.

    We ask for your support by going to http://www.ventrifuge.com and joining our mailing list at the bottom of the home page. This will help ensure that you will be informed the minute Ventrifuge is ready to start helping makers!

    We also request that you mention us on your membership forum so that your members may join our mailing list as well. In addition, we would like to have permission to trade backlinks in your directory.

    Thank you very much for your time and consideration. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me personally.
    Regards,
    Reece Love
    rhl.ventrifuge@gmail.com

  • Michael Una

    Hi 10bit folks, how’s it going?

    The gang here at Inventables is working on an outreach program to get open-source CNC milling into every makerspace in the US and I thought you cats might be interested. The basics of the program are this:

    We get your space set up with a Shapeoko, or if you’ve already got one, we give you the whole upgrade kit plus early access to Easel. We also send a 20-pack of our bottle opener pieces, Inventables T-shirts, and an inspirational CNC projects book. We then work with you to organize a demo night where folks get to set up their own Easel account, then do the bottle opener demo so they understand how to use Easel. The general idea here, and the whole reason we made Easel, is to give absolute newbies an easy starting point to learning CNC milling.

    In return, we ask that you hang a little banner over the Shapeoko and don’t disassemble it for other projects. We would also ask that you occasionally give us feedback on Easel as we roll out new features and promote & blog about the demo event on the makerspace’s website and social media. That’s pretty much it. If you guys are planning on going to the big Maker Faires, I’m working on organizing a special VIP party for our makerspace friends and you guys would be invited to those.

    The basic impetus here is that most maker spaces have a 3D printer for people to use but not a CNC mill, and we want to fix that. Because in my opinion, if you actually want to make real stuff CNC milling is where its at.

    So, talk that over with your board and let me know. I’m trying to give away 50 Shapeokos here, so help me out?

    Cheers,
    Michael Una
    Inventables

  • Tray Sorensen

    Hey 10bitwroks.com

    I am Tray Sorensen with Arc Robotics, I believe by combining Maker’s imaginations with the right tools and equipment, we can change the world.

    We are excited to be launching a new Kickstarter that we believe will greatly help you and your fellow Makers. It is an Arduino Motor shield that can supply two DC motors with 43 Amps of continuous current and do much more. There are many projects out there that would greatly benefit from this ability. You can check out our Kickstarter page here:

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/728868212/43-amp-arduino-motor-shield-the-arc-controller
    We would greatly appreciate it if you could look over what we have and share it with your fellow Makers.

    Thank you for your time and support.

    Tray Sorensen