Laser classes are GO!

September 1st, 2017 by danbackslide

I know there’s some pent-up demand for laser classes. Sorry about that, the last couple of months my schedule has been less than cooperative. So by way of apology I’ve put up not one, not two, but THREE laser cutter classes over the next two weeks. Here are the dates, and links to the Eventbrite page where you can sign up:

Tuesday 9/5 at 7PM

Thursday 9/14 at 7PM

Saturday 9/16 at 10AM

See y’all there, or there, or there!

Next CNC Class

January 6th, 2017 by getlofi

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You will have a nice little machine to take home and make projects with. Jan -21-22, 2017.

RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/build-a-cnc-machine-from-kit-and-learn-how-to-run-it-tickets-30034799895

 

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

CNC Interest Group meet-up

June 16th, 2015 by otto_pjm

The CNC Interest Group meet-up will happen again this Sunday 6/21/2015 2:00 PM at the Hack Factory. It is open to everyone, but machine use requires membership. If you have been wanting to get a project cut on a CNC or get checked out on the CNC machines, this is where you want to be to get the process started. Hope to see a good group of folks Sunday.

Pete

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Computer Aided Design, Sunday June 15th

June 9th, 2014 by breakfastsandwich

Computer-Aided Design (CAD) programs are powerful sets of tools for designing anyMystery Gear Devicething from toys to furniture to mechanical devices. CAD can speed up your work immensely and help you make sure parts are aligned and properly fitted. But these awesome features are often hidden behind unfamiliar terminology and confusing user interfaces. To help you wade through all this and make stuff faster, Graham will be running a CAD class at the Hack Factory this Sunday, June 15th! The course will cover:

  • Different CAD programs and their capabilities (which program do I need?)
  • Solid Modeling
  • Modeling for a Laser Cutter or Waterjet

To sign up for the class, head on over to the registration page on Eventbrite

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