it’s been a while (ok, more than a whole year) since my last post. I could say I’ve been busy and it’d be true but I regret myself not writting here for so long… Anyway if you want to know what I’ve been doing just visit my family blog (only in spanish, sorry).
My idea now is to revisit old projects, the ones I’ve been working on for the last 18 months and even older, and also to write about new projects I’m involved right now. Good bye chronological order.
The months prior to our travel to South America I was working on some collaborative projects related to Barcelona’s network of public fablabs (named Ateneus), and here I am to share with you one of those projects, not only because I found the initiative interesting and the project worth sharing, but because it was cool to see how a 1.8×3 meters CNC mill (that’s 5.9×9.8 feet working area, for you imperialists) will remove the copper from a 2x3cm clad.