The Antiquarian Guild of Inventors and Engineers

For those of you who have a passion for invention, I have a special treat. The Antiquarian Guild of Inventors and Engineers is a web-based society for Steampunks with a flair for invention. It’s all about exchanging ideas between inventors of like-minded aesthetics to collaborate and create high-quality Steampunk gadgets.

If the thought of perfectly synchronized cogs combining to form an orchestra of engineering races your (steam) engine, The Antiquitarian Guild of Inventors and Engineers is the place for you. This is the perfect place to trade ideas and hunt down advice from people who understand the love of Steampunk technology without geographical limitation.

Why start a project without the insight of these expert Steampunk engineers? The concept itself seems suddenly absurd!

Update July3, 2010: It appears as though the website for The Antiquarian Guild of Inventors and Engineers (http://www.theagie.org/) has been shut down. It’s really quite a shame because it was growing into quite the respectable resource. If I discover it comes back online, however, I’ll be sure to let you all know.

2 comments on “The Antiquarian Guild of Inventors and Engineers

  1. […] topics he has asked for help in preparing for SteamCon II, and while I was going to refer him to The Antiquarian Guild of Inventors and Engineers to peruse their knowledge database, I sadly discovered their site is […]

  2. […] your own projects. This has been tried before in concept with the (unfortunately now defunct) Antiquarian Guild of Inventors and Engineers, but that doesn’t mean it’s done for […]

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