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Upcoming Classes and Events

 

Intro to Arduino Sept 13, 20, 27

A fun crash course to get you up and running with the popular microcontroller the Arduino. The next 3-session course starts September 13.
 

Intro to 3D Printing

What is 3D printing? Why is everyone talking about it like it’s the next best thing? How can you get...
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Intro to Electronics Tools

Next session is coming up Tuesday August 23. Learn how to use a breadboard, and get an overview of all the other electronics tools we have available at The Hacktory.
 

Saturday Morning Soldering

Stop by any Saturday morning and learn to solder! We have a variety of fun projects that take 1-2 hours. All ages are welcome, though makers 12 and under should be accompanied by a grown up partner to work with them.

Kid's Programs

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Kid's Club

Grades 3-5

Test Kitchen

Grades 6-8

3D Printing

Members get full access to our 3D printers. The Ultimaker is a fine open-source machine for high quality output. We also have a Makerbot Replicator 2 and a smaller-scale Printrbot for additional capacity. Both are great options to get started learning about how to use and troubleshoot 3D printers. See our full list of tools here.

Electronics Tools

We have several temperature-controlled soldering irons, an oscilloscope, bench power supply, hot air rework station, lots of de-soldering equipment, shrink-wrap tubing, multimeters, and more. Members can access to as a wide selection of components to supplement their project supplies.

Sewing and Fabrication Tools

We have a workhorse Singer 241 industrial sewing machine, regular sewing machines, a drill press, scroll saw, jeweler’s bench, Zing Craft Cutter and much more.

Inclusive Community Values

We believe everyone has something to learn, and everyone has something to teach, which is why we welcome people of all backgrounds and skill sets to learn together within our community. We aim to provide a place where experts can meet like-minded technology enthusiasts, and where beginners can get the help and encouragement they need to make their projects happen. Read our social rules to learn more.