Unfortunately, I haven't had as much time to work on the project what with school getting in the way. However, I got a job in a machine shop which has been a lot of fun so far. As a beginners project, they had us all make so-called Turner's cubes, which is what you see in the photo. It's a fairly simple project, but it teaches you a lot of the basics. They required us to manufacture it within +/-.002 inches, which is close to the width of a human hair! I had some close calls with mine, but I managed to get everything within tolerance and looking centered. It just needs a little more polishing, but the photo above is the result of all the machining work.
I expect to integrate the Lassen IQ with the flight computer soon, and then I just need to finish up some radio antenna stuff. Finding a time to launch might be tricky since I don't think I'll be ready for the upcoming long weekend (and I plan on going skydiving that weekend anyway :P ), but I think we might just do it over a normal weekend (since there's not much other choice...). Updates will follow as I can manage.