… and we’re still pressing on with the bike wheel. We’ll quick explain why my choice of resistor location is wrong, and where they should really go – and then set to work on two fronts, just like last time. I’m going to set up ahead this time, and with the supplies already found and cut and assembly part done, it should go much faster.
A warm welcome to any newcomers – City of Edinburgh Methodist Church, 25 Nicolson Square, in the basement or enter at the ground floor if the basement door is closed, 7:30. We’re still a bit in summer “ticking-over” mode while we finish this up, but there’s a good chance for us to meet each other and for us to see what we have in common.
And a reminder – if anyone wants to join me at Doors Open Day, 26 September, Christ Church Morningside, please do. Since they aren’t opening the tower, we’ve switched displays; people might not stop long enough to make an LED candle! We’re going to show our replication of Tim’s excellent temperature reactive lamp, plus a slideshow, and give a general explanation of their highly entertaining heating arrangements for anyone who wants it. We’re also very pleased that Lou will be able to fly the flag for us (or at least the wheel!) during 50 Shades of Green, at the Pearce Institute in Govan, on 6 October. It looks fun – give their website a read!