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The [istandard] Producer Showcase will be stopping by PA's Lounge in Boston, MA. on December 7th, 2016… Presented by Akai Professional & Native Instruments.Submit HERE by selecting “Boston, MA“.[boston judges]Rockwilder (Jay Z, Method Man, Redman, 50 Cent, and more)Streetrunner (Eminem, 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Fat Joe, and more)J Cardim (Lil Wayne, Akon, Ludacris).Winner with the highest score will get a prize package consisting of a bundle IK Multimedia x iOS Products, plus their renowned plug-in T-Racks Grand x iZotope’s Trash 2 x Eventide’s UltraChannel x PreSonus’ Studio One Professional x a choice of Propellerhead Software (either Reason Essentials or ReCycle) x Ableton Live 9 Intro x a Lifetime Subscription toiStandardProducers.com, and more…Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram…

When: Dec 8, 2016 2am to Dec 9, 2016 2am in Somerville, MA
Cost: $15.00

Manual Machining and Layout OCT/DEC 2016

Description: For students who want more than just an introduction to the Asylum's manual milling machines and lathe, this class will provide an extended background in practical machining theory and practice. By the end of the class, you'll be able to select appropriate materials for projects from robotics to coffee grinders, understand the theory behind complex operations like automotive cylinder boring, and most importantly, be comfortable creating parts and assemblies like axles, brackets, fixturing jigs, and motor supports. Class Goals: Students will learn the following operations on the mill and lathe: Mill Setup and true-ing of the mill and vise. Holding parts accurately in the vise. Clamping large, irregular parts directly to the mill table. "Facing" a part using a fly cutter. Cutting precise features using an endmill. Drilling precise, ordinately-dimensioned holes. Lathe Clamping round parts using a three-jaw vise. Clamping irregular parts using a 4-jaw vise. Turning operations on a cylindrical part. Facing operations on a raw part. Parting off of completed parts. Threading using the lathe. Drilling and tapping using the lathe. Other Introduction to material selection Introduction to machining theory Introduction to engineering design   Prerequisites: No experience required. Students must be at least 18 years of age. Materials Provided: Aluminum and steel practice pieces: $5. Material can be purchased directly from the instructor. What to Bring: Hair ties for long hair, closed-toed shoes.    Event Times:  Session 1: Sunday, Oct. 30, 1:00-3pm Session 2: Sunday, Nov. 6, 1:00-3pm Session 3: Sunday, Nov. 13, 1:00-3pm Session 4: Sunday, Nov. 20, 1:00-3pm **No Class Sunday, Nov. 27th** Session 5: Sunday, Dec. 4, 1:00-3pm Session 6: Sunday, Dec. 11, 1:00-3pm   Instructor Biography:  Danaan Metge is a mechanical engineer with extensive prototyping experience. His experience with a mill, lathe, welder, and 3D printer was gleaned from work fabricating parts for an electric self-balancing motorcycle and an off-road gas-powered skateboard with a small company in Somerville, and also from designing and building his own bicycle frame and guitar amplifier.   ARTISAN'S ASYLUM STUDENT POLICIES After you buy your ticket here on Eventbrite, please register in Artisan's Asylum's system: https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/   Purchase of a ticket expresses acceptance of A2's Refunds and Cancellation policies found here: https://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/   Attending class FAQ: https://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/ Support our mission! Donate here: https://artisansasylum.com/donation/   Students: we love getting your feedback! Fill out this form to be heard! 

When: Dec 9, 2016 1pm in Somerville, MA

Metalworking Intensive 101: Building with Metal! DEC 2016

Description: In this class, students will learn the basics of how to design and fabricate objects made out of steel. Students will work together to build items and structures for the shops. Students will participate in the construction and assembly of pieces all the way from raw materials to finished product, and learn skills including measuring, layout, manufacturing of jigs, cutting, and MIG welding. Each student will get time to practice using saws, MIG welders, and angle grinders over the course of the 5 evening session. This will be a good introduction to general structural steel construction techniques; each session will reinforce the skills learned in previous classes. When the class is over the class project will end up being used in the Asylum common spaces. Class Goals: A basic understanding of how to get material from industrial supliers.  How to Read manufacturing drawings. Be comfortable setting up and using the following heavy duty tools: Angle grinder Abrasive Chop saw Cold Saw Drill Press Set up and operate a MIG welder Change an inert gas tank Change a spool of wire on a MIG welder Be comfortable using the following hand tools Wrench Hacksaw File Bench Vise Acorn table Broom Dustpan The following Layout tools will be used. Tape measure Adjustable square Speed square Scribe Prerequisites: No experience necessary; students must be at least 18 years old. Materials Provided: Materials will be provided by the Asylum. What to Bring: Notebook and pen/pencil Cotton clothing like  that you don't mind getting dirty. Synthetics burn and melt Long sleeves and pants Closed-toe shoes Something to cover your hair: baseball cap and bandanas work well You will be learning a lot of new stuff, so you will need to take notes about safe machine operation and shop good practices: please bring a notebook! Event Time: Sessions are during December, from 5pm to 7pm . Session 1: Monday, Dec 5, from 5PM to 7PM. Session 2: Tuesday, Dec 6, from 5PM to 7PM. Session 3: Wednesday, Dec 7, from 5PM to 7PM. Session 4: Thursday, Dec 8, from 5PM to 7PM. Session 5: Friday, Dec 9, from 5PM to 7PM. Instructor: Artisan's Asylum Metal Shop Lead Juan Alvarez is an engineer, technician, and educator with a passion for bike polo, organization and clean shops. He started his activity protoyping student projects at MIT shops as a volunteer. He makes bike parts, forks and frames under the name #weldingonfire. Juan also works as a bicycle mechanic and teaches the Asylum's CNC Plasma Cutting Tool Training and Metalworking Intensive 101 Class. Check his facebook, or instagram to see some of his projects!   ARTISAN'S ASYLUM STUDENT POLICIES After you buy your ticket here on Eventbrite, please register in Artisan's Asylum's system: https://artisansasylum.com/membership/registration/ Purchase of a ticket expresses acceptance of A2's Refunds and Cancellation policies found here: https://artisansasylum.com/classpolicies/ Attending class FAQ: https://artisansasylum.com/attending-classes/ Support our mission! Donate here: https://artisansasylum.com/donation/ Students: we love getting your feedback! Fill out this form to be heard! 

When: Dec 9, 2016 5pm in Somerville, MA

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About Somerville, MA
Somerville Massachusetts is located just northwest of Boston along the divide between the lower Charles and Mystic River watersheds. The easy access to Boston and Cambridge by public transportation and it's great parks and neighborhoods, makes Somerville a perfect choice to settle down and call home. Search local Somerville homes for sale and join the local community.

Closely built two families and triple-deckers fill the city to house its dense and diversified people. Today, Somerville is a mix of blue-collar families, young professionals, college students and recent immigrants. It is known for its large number of city squares which help mark neighborhood boundaries. Among those most active today are Davis Square, Union Square, Ball Square, Teele Square and Magoun Square.

In its earliest history Somerville served as the grazing lands for the residents and farmers of Charlestown and had only a few scattered permanent settlements. This is a sharp contrast to the Somerville of today which is comprised of 4.1 square miles of residential homes and commercial properties.

Somerville was established as a town in 1842 and its population grew in leaps and bounds from that time forward. Many of the new settlers worked in the brick yards producing as many as 1.3 million bricks a year by hand or 5.5 million with a new press. At its highest point in production the town was turning out 24 million bricks being made in 12 brick yards in the city.

By the end of 1851, heavy industry was prominent here and was soon followed by rolling and slitting mills, iron works and manufacturers of steam engines and boilers. With the establishment of the street car lines, Somerville's population again exploded growing to six times its number between 1870 and 1915. The scale of the meat packing industry earned Somerville the reputation as the Chicago of New England. The city's population reached its peak during the Second World War when almost 106,000 people were said to create a density greater than that of Calcutta!