FLIGHT CLUB | JUN 27

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NEXT MEETUP Thursday, June 27
6.00p to 8.00p

$0/person

Interested in UAVs and drone technology but not sure where to start? Join us as Flight Club gets off the ground.

Our Flight Club meetup for Thursday, June 27 will focus on large scale 3D scanning as we scan the building and review the data.

Flight Club is a meetup devoted to the future of flight and learning together. Our meetup events include time for Show & Tell of your projects as well as ongoing exploration of upcoming classes, projects, and events. There will be time for discussion about your goals for moving forward. We expect our initial projects to include group builds of inexpensive flight ready fixed wing aircraft and/or multirotor drones as well as build days to work on your individual projects in a collaborative setting. When the weather improves look forward to flight events where we’ll get out of the shop and into the sky … followed by fix-it clinics to put your drones back together.

Over time you will gain the knowledge to step up to increasingly demanding builds. We’ll support you with access to equipment and supplies as well as the growing knowledge you need to push forward.

Bring your questions and be prepared for an informative experience as we dive into the future together. Note that, eventually,  our intent is to offer FLIGHT CLUB memberships. We are currently offering meetups at no charge.



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PRO // Archer Tesla

Archer Tesla is the founder and owner of Teslas Drones LLC, as well as an established photographer, editor, drone pilot, and entrepreneur. She has worked with everyone from large corporations down to individual models, and puts forth the care, knowledge, and professionalism to get the job done.

PRO // Caleb Droge

Caleb is Co-Owner and Chief drone pilot at Teslas Drones LLC. His hard work as a drone technician, 3-D animator, and commercial drone pilot has granted him a unique perspective and professional edge into the field of drone work.

HOST // David Voetmann

David, a lifelong designer and maker, spent his childhood in Africa. This formative experience instilled a conviction that it’s better to create your own solutions than to wait around hoping someone else will solve your problems. To this end, he earned a BFA in Industrial Design at the University of Washington. This study deepened an enduring conviction that solving problems and making things is deeply coded into our humanity. Over the last few years he has explored the transformation of our economy as new technologies democratize opportunity. He now runs The Facility Makerspace where ordinary people with extraordinary ideas gain access to an 11,000sf sandbox for innovation with all the tools, training, and community you need to turn thoughts into things.

This 2-hour meetup takes place adjacent to a working shop. If you would like to explore our workshop full of tools please be prepared for the following safety precautions.

SAFETY
– Closed-toed shoes
– No loose-fitting clothing
– Tie back long hair
– Eye protection (available on site)

NOTE

Please make every effort to show up on time.

This meetup is open to anyone over 8 years old. Kids under 18 years old will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please feel free to pass this invitation on to others.

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