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Society of Gageteers and Inventors (S.G.I)

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Society of Gageteers and Inventors (S.G.I)

Welcome Gadgeteers and Inventors, Mad Scientists and Enthusiasts. This group is dedicated to the inner workings of creating and building the things that make our imaginations come to life. Arm yourself with ideas and enter S.G.I.

Location: Philadelphia-Southern NJ
Members: 218
Latest Activity: on Sunday

The Society of Gadgeteers and Inventors

Well a second welcome to all who want to join. Here you will find an open discussion group that I would like to see take off into a group that meets and greets regularly.

Here you can post the following in discussions:
-Materials for common or shared designs
-Paint schemes and styles
-General ideas for designs
-Questions to help design
-And generally anything else to do with design, implementation or parts salvage in the area.

All discussions are welcome too. However, the main focus of SGI is to bring together the people that make things happen, to brainstorm and generally idea board new creations. As it is, make yourself at home in SGI.

Discussion Forum

Introductions!

Started by Gadgeteer Dragos Lamont. Last reply by John Walton Feb 24. 35 Replies

Introduce yourself here. Feel free to add any specialties such as tailoring, gadgetry, clockwork, leather working, metalworking.

Simulated copper pipes

Started by Roelf May 3, 2013. 0 Replies

Di you know that you can simulate copper pipe very easily using normal PVC electrical conduit piping sprayed copper. Sray the clips brass colored and the efect is quite realistic. The piping is much…Continue

Parts Sources(Q&A)

Started by Gadgeteer Dragos Lamont. Last reply by Professor Florian Herbert Royce Apr 18, 2013. 15 Replies

So i find myself with only one parts source that is consistent right now. Ebay. Kind of a shame really, but it is what it is.I would like to ask you fellow gadgeteers and inventors, where you find…Continue

Tags: help, steampunk, parts

Tinker a new scifi steampunk series featuring talent of star wars, bladerunner

Started by Tinker Web Series Mar 26, 2013. 0 Replies

Greetings, we are currently running a Kickstarter for our series in pre-production.http://kck.st/10D694a Would anyone be interested in…Continue

Tags: francisco, san, tinker

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Comment by Ryan Grimm on December 23, 2013 at 3:57am

Welcome Gentlemen (I presume, it's so hard to see on the Interwebs nowadays), and well done.

Comment by Professor Gustave Morbeus on December 22, 2013 at 5:49am

Warm Greetings to all. I am Professor Gustave Morbeus new to the empire and eager to make friends and to share ideas with like minded people. Among other things I am trained in the visual arts and in design. Pease visit my humble page and request my friendships so we can get better acquainted.

Happy to be here among fellow patentors.

Regards.

Comment by Christophe Raven-Black, Esq. on December 21, 2013 at 11:34pm

I go by Christophe Raven-Black, Esq., I'm a Manufacturing Engineer by trade; builder, inventor, craftsman at heart. I also am an enthusiast of vintage Motorcars & Cycles and dabbles with both electric and combustible driven motors. 

Comment by Will Goddard on September 8, 2013 at 8:11am

Just wanted to share my latest table lamp, the Whimsicon 2 

Whimsicon.JPG

Comment by Gary Alan Ruse on May 3, 2013 at 3:08pm

Speaking of gadgets.... 

I finally got the new book up and running. And since I wanted to try something different to introduce it, I decided to let my over the top, serio-comic villain be the official spokesperson. You can see it here:
http://ning.it/11HSbxS

Comment by Randall Chambers on April 17, 2013 at 10:58pm

Hi all fellow Steamers! I have produced a Steampunk Silent Film. We are trying to create a series. Here is a link to our indiegogoand our pilot.

Comment by Will Goddard on February 24, 2013 at 2:57pm

A very small air compressor. Above that is now a high voltage glass vacuum capacitor.

Comment by Ryan Grimm on February 24, 2013 at 6:41am

Mr. Goddard, Brilliant!
What is the engine that you made it from?  Or was it a compressor?

Comment by Chief William Brown on February 24, 2013 at 5:23am

Comment by Will Goddard on February 23, 2013 at 9:12am
 

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