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== Ongoing Projects ==
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[[Player Piano Rebuild w/ Roll Printer]] -- Rebuilding an old player piano to working condition.  Then hacking an old dot matrix printer to cut out from a continuous roll of paper to play on the piano, as well as various piano add-ons for further automation.
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[[Player Piano Project Branch: Hard drive actuated piano]] -- Actuation of the hammers in the above player piano with the reader arms scavenged from dead hard drives.
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[[DIY Musical Instruments]] -- a Cigar Box Guitars, Wine Crate Bass, and a Beer Growler Organ.
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[[Cheeto Launcher]]
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[[Hubless Motor]] -- A low-friction propulsion system based on Mag-lev principles
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[[WelcomeSwitch 2.0]]
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[[i3 Girls 2011 Maker Faire Project]] -- TBD.
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[[Analog Modular Synthesizer]] - Built into a '70s organ with 3 CVs (the 2 manuals and foot peddles) and 12 modules to start.
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[[Needlecraft Night]] - follow link to see members' knit, crochet, and sewing projects
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[[Papercraft Party]] - follow link to see members' scrapbook, origami, and art projects
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== Completed Projects (2010) ==
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[[WelcomeSwitch]] -- Lets members indicate when they're willing to accept guests.
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[[CupcakeCar]] -- A goofy testbed for electrical and mechanical ideas, an eye-catching way to zip around town, and an engineering disaster, all rolled into one!
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[[Twinki3 Car]]
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[[Powerwheels Racer]] -- An electric ride-on toy meant for 6 year olds, hacked into a racing vehicle for adults that only have the mentality of a 6 year old.
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[[Twittering Doghouse]]
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[[Feedback Slider]] -- A musical instrument based on feedback.
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[[ArduinoSkeeball]] -- a DIY Skeeball machine powered by an arduino microcontroller.
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[[ArduinoFoamDartShootingRange]] -- four pop-up targets and machine that detect hits from foam darts (nerf) and is powered by an arduino.
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