CNC Building Class. Dec 17-18, 2016 at Hack Factory.

November 23rd, 2016 by getlofi

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UPDATE 12/6/16: Second class added. Eventbrite Link

Alex from GetLoFi.com will lead a 2 day CNC Kit building class. In which you will have the opportunity to learn CNC technology and walk away owning a small machine capable of cutting/engraving/laser etching/and moar? More information through the link. This is a paid class.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/build-a-diy-cnc-machinelaser-cutter-tickets-29350953492

Yes, another cleanup is tomorrow…

November 4th, 2016 by danbackslide

So the calendar says there’s a cleanup day tomorrow (11/5).

Yes, that’s right.

But didn’t we just do one of those like six weeks ago?

Yes, we did. But we’ve rejiggered the schedule of cleanups, and it was either put two close together or two really far apart. We chose close, because dirt never sleeps.

Why rearrange the cleanup days? I was just getting used to the old schedule!

The old schedule had two bad spots every year — the end of December (Xmas/New Year’s/assorted other winter festivities) and the end of June (one week before CONvergence, which many of our members are also involved with). That made at least two cleanups that needed to be moved every year. The new schedule is the first weekend of November, February, May, and August, which should keep us away from holidays and other fun distractions.

So, any focus for this cleanup?

Since this is the first cleanup on the new schedule, I’m expecting a light turnout. So I think we’ll focus on some of the smaller things that haven’t been hit in a while — get the lobby swept and mopped, do some classroom cleanup, maybe do some rearranging in the computer lab. It’ll be pretyy free-form, so come on by and lend a hand where you like. Thanks!

Quarterly Clean Up 9-24-16 10am-6pm

September 17th, 2016 by MechaVile

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Hey Twin Cities, it’s that time again.

Quarterly clean up is scheduled for Saturday 9-24-16 from 10am to 6pm so the Hack Factory will be unavailable for projects during that time. If you have materials laying around the shop that are unlabeled, no longer active or have outdated tags make sure you come in between now and then to claim those so they do not get thrown away or moved to Up-For-Grabs.

If you have time that day, please consider spending a bit to help us more thoroughly clean our space and dispose of unneeded materials and abandoned projects. You know we love our space and our members so if you’ve got some elbow grease to spare we’d appreciate your presence and support in making this another successful cleaning day.

And as always Twin Cities…

Hack Well. Hack Hard.

Check this out

May 30th, 2016 by schillerc

One of our members is in a tough spot, please help if you can. Please share far and wide.

GoFundMe for Blair

Thank you!

Minne-Faire 7: Breaking Changes

May 19th, 2016 by danbackslide

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we’ve decided to scale back this year’s Minne-Faire event a bit. Saturday evening’s after-party has been cancelled. In its place we’re going to have a members-only party and cookout. All members of Twin Cities Maker are welcome to attend; it should be rather low-key and friendly.

If you’re coming to Minne-Faire, we’re running from noon until 5PM both Saturday and Sunday. Hope to see you there!

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