A lot of what we make at Protospace might seem a little, well, trivial. I mean, nobody needs a Basszooka, lights-and-sounds Tardis, or scale replica of HAL from 2001. That said, every once in a while someone creates something that is not just useful, but looks great and is kinda cool. Steve just did that. [Continue Reading]
Scott rescued a bell from a BC junkyard, and turned it into Protospace’s incredibly satisfying noisemaker!
Recently we had a lot of opportunities to demonstrate the laser engraver/cutter, and one issue came up repeatedly, and that was around the fact it produced “two dimensional” objects. Seems like a limitation, right? Wrong!
Halloween and making go together like pumpkin and spice, so it’s fun to see all the Halloween cosplay and decoration maker projects around. Fortunately for Protospace, a team effort headed by Nick and Doug has the main 3D printer back up fully operational. So what could you print?
One of the many stand-out sights at this year’s Calgary Mini Maker Faire was Danny riding a motorized beaver while blasting out tunes on his Basszuka. Yes, you read that correctly.