Once a month, a great event called Swapfest comes around to the Albany Street garage. This garage is located right on MIT campus and there are a bunch of vans, trucks, and cars full of cruft that show up for the picking.
I was able to score a guitar for $5 (missing one string but otherwise fine) and a almost new helmet for $20.
Later on, I helped make some large aluminum bracket spacers at MITERS with my friend Mason. A video of my final turning down to 1.575" is below. These brackets will hold onto a concentric ring structure. For East Campus rush, we build rides and the brackets will be used in such rides.
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