SW Makers November 2017 Busselton Meeting

 Fresh back from a trip to the 2017 Shenzhen Makers Faire.

Phillip popped in to display some of the drone mapping and aerial video’s that he had recently taken from around the SW with his Mavik drone: https://www.maverickdrone.com/products/dji-mavic-pre-order  He uses the Drone Deploy website:  https://www.dronedeploy.com/  to compile a series of photos into a complete geo-referenced image.

Below is a composite photo from around Shag Rock, just West of Meelup bay near Dunsborough:

From the Shenzhen fabric markets.  A bag of 30mm long potential art projects:

A $5 LED clock board and other gear from the Shenzhen electronic markets:

A CNC cut graphite sample mould:

Make Fashion electronics board that is going to be a December 2017 Kickstarter project:  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stitchkit-io/stitchkit-the-fashion-technology-kit-for-everyone

Most common multimeter’s can only read up to 10A, this one can read up to 20A:

Pogo pins are gold plated pins that have tiny springs inside.  They are used to make contact with a printed circuit board for programming or testing them.  This is a small hand held programming wand:

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