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11/05/12 - A tour of my new home away from home: Buffalo Lab

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Welcome to the Buffalo Lab!
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There is ample room for working on projects
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2D and 3D printers!
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The shop area is also host to an enormous pile of old computers
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The lounge area
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The classroom area
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The view from the other side of the classroom
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Bins of various equipment
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Electronics station
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Lots of tubs of stuff
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Paper mache?
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For some reason we have several payphones
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What's what I'm here to do!
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My current adversary.. the old busted Makerbot
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I love the exposed circuitry
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Unfortunately, it's about as reliable as it looks
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This device is actually operating the door's authentication system
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One of the tubs on the shelves
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Sign on the fridge
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I'll pass, thanks
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Weird old electronics
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This probably shouldn't be out in the open
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Plenty of soldering irons
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Even an oscilloscope!
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Electronics components
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Well thank you!
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I'm not sure what this is about
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This made me laugh.. the two molecules are caffine and ethanol (the alcohol we normally think of when you use the word "alcohol")
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A varied book collection
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I see I'm not the only one who's used a Sparkfun cardboard box as a project enclosure
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That's a lot of resistors
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View from the back of the workspace
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It's always a part at Buffalo Lab
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Why IS it always 6:32 here?
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Don't start any fires, Joe
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