|Description||The French embassy is dedicated, as during CCC2011 & OHM2013, to accommodate everyone from french hackerspaces (and beyond, of course ! :) No chauvinism here, just cool people doing cool things with cool stuff).|
|Members||Fxguidet, Gorhgorh, Gradator, Korfuri, Nedseb|
|Self-organized Sessions||create self-organized session|
|Tags||embassy, hackerspace, open science|
|Location for self-organized sessions||Yes|
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|Needs network||3) more than normal||Villages describe network needs||We'll be running a network (48 ports Gbit switch with 10Gbit uplink) so we would like if possible an optical fiber or if not a fast copper port, we can bring our own fiber or copper cable but maybe it is better if it can be buried and coming next to the tent we rent.|
|Needs power||4) Village with more than 60 citizens (63A CEE 400V)|
|Power comment||Updated TBC (06/07/2015)
Kithen is running mainly with gaz, but we need to power : - fridges - 400V 3 phased cookink oven (& for pastry... For 50 people...) <- need POWER ;) - lighting... - CNC milling machine & stuff needed for workshops (light, CNC router, PCB manufacturing...)
|Village plans||... build up a big tent, ... bring some special machines, ... install a fridge or a freezer, ... have any other unusual installations, ... run a kitchen for our citizens|
|Village constraints||We are a quiet village and will not make much noise. So we like to be placed on a quiet location., We would like to have trees on our village area, We like to show the stuff we do|
|Village comments plans||Updated (06/07/2015)
We will both rent a bing tent (72m² dedicated to workshops), and bring two (2*36m²) of ours as "life support" space (kitchen and mess)...
We will also have PCB manufacturing stuff, and a CNC milling machine able to do 3D milling in aluminium.
|Likes to rent a tent||Yes|
|Descibing tents to rent||We would like wooden floor, and we plan to rent at least 15*5m tent (depending on what will be possible, of course).|
|Likes to rent chairs||50|
|Likes to rent tables||18|
|Provides transport for||goods|
|Has plans with tracks||Not yet ! (compute compute compute)
|Size needed||500 800|
|Has order interest||No|
|Planning notes||We will have childrens with us...|
The French embassy is dedicated, as during CCC2011 & OHM2013, to accommodate everyone from french hackerspaces (and beyond, of course ! :) No chauvinism here, just cool people doing cool things with cool stuff).
- This year, we rent a big (6x12m?) tent to be the centerpiece of the village.
- The Electrolab hackerspace lends his 5x8m tent, and it will ensure the "life support" (cooking, taking meals together...)
- A third 35m² tent will be brin to "support life support" ! :p
- A 6m high satellite tracking antenna will be installed
- We plan to bring all the stuff needed to manufacture printed circuit boards, and a CNC milling machine able to do 3D milling in aluminium.
- Several worktables with all the equipement to do electronics will be installed inside big tent...
Workshops / Self Organized Sessions
- Build your own robotic arm
- Open Source Digital Embroidery
- Satellite communication
- Build Your first electronic stuff (blinking ou beeping...)
The Electrolab is a hackerspace located in Nanterre near Paris. This four years old non-profit organization is still growing, and wa are doing renovations fo a year and a half in the space in order to have properly installed 1500m² of workshops, labs and training rooms. Despite all the efforts requested from all Electrolab's volunteers a lot of nice projects are meanwihe emerging !
The 1500 square meter space allows us to work on a lot of different fields including electronics, mechanics, robotics, physics, chemistry...
We are also very interested in Electric mobility and we are often working on electric vehicles such as cars, bikes or even self balancing units, providing a lot of fun to our members :)
Our website : http://www.electrolab.fr
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From Electrolab :
- Vincent + Romane
- Julien Lan
- Jerôme Gorhgorh
- Thomas L
- Olga (TBC)
- Choukou Moun ?
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