- 1 New Site
- 2 TVRRUG Site Contents : tvrrug.org.uk
- 3 Introduction to the Thames Valley RepRap User Group
- 4 Meetings
- 5 TVRepRap Communication Channels
- 6 Locations
The Thames Valley RepRap User Group has moved its website to http://tvrrug.org.uk/ . The TVRRUG pages on this site are no longer maintained, and probably out of date.
TVRRUG Site Contents : tvrrug.org.uk
Introduction to the Thames Valley RepRap User Group
Welcome to the Thames Valley RepRap User Group. We are a group of people who live in the Thames Valley, who are coming together to build RepRap Prusa Mendels. The initial build event is intended to be for about 15 people, with the parts being printed by those within the group that already have RepRaps.
We are fortunate also in having the skills of an electronics expert, which means that some of the design is improved over a standard Prusa. We are in the final stages of finalising the design for our Thames Valley Prusa RepRap and will shortly be ordering the components ready for the next stage - the build process.
If you are interested in joining the group, then your first port of call should be to join the TVRepRapUG mailing list.
Fourth Tuesday of every month, 20:00 (8pm) at:
- Build Group 29th November 2011, 20:00 at Copa Bar - changed from the 22nd as per Google Groups message from Malcolm.
- 2011-09-27 Inaugural meeting
- 2011-10-20 Electronics Focus Group
- 2011-10-25 Build Planning Update - October
TVRepRap Communication Channels
Regular meet-ups on Tuesday evenings, from 20:00 onwards, when more people are likely to be around in the IRC channel.
Scratch space and note-taking
Etherpad page for doing collaborative note-making and document-writing, if we need it.
Possible Meeting Venues
- Downstairs at Copa Bar, King Street, Reading, RG1 3BJ map (Car Parking)
- Pinewood Raceway, 2 Pinewood Centre, Old Wokingham Road, Wokingham, Berks, RG40 3AQ Map
Member locations and other useful venues to help planning events.
- Red and blue labels represent primary/secondary member locations.
- Yellow labels represent useful locations such as event venues.