Join us for open lab time for Textiles
We have a nice complement of sewing machines including a heavy duty machine, a serger and several lock stitch machines.
CC Clark, a most excellent seamstress and teacher will be on hand to help you should you need it.
We stock basic supplies but it is a good idea to bring your own scissors and thread.
P.S. Your RSVP fees go to fund supplies and maintenence on the machines.
The Department of Spontaneous Combustion is a metal fabrication and design co-op and propane fire arts studio. Every Tuesday evening we have folks available to answer questions and assist with your projects. Come check out the shop and get a sense of how we operate and maybe if you would like to join.
Just need that one little thing welded? Bring it by. Want to build a pair life size fire breathing giraffes? We can help with that too.
The Department of Spontaneous Combustion has partnered with Ace Monster Toys Makerspace to offer metalworking classes though the AMT Satellite Metalworking program. Learn more about the program at https://www.acemonstertoys.org/satellite-metalworking/
High-level intro to Python programming. Covers the very basic building blocks for creating your own Python code! Basic data types, loops, functions, classes, file structure, and more!
Bring a laptop. Students should already have Python installed on their machines, as well as their favorite Python IDE or text editor.
*Scholarships available for this class. Email [masked] to inquire.
Come build your Box Bots for the 2017 Season! Not a member yet of the program? Join today at http://www.boxbots.org.
This build party is where participants in the Box Bots 2017 season can come and build your awesome cardboard robot. Talk with other builders, swap ideas, get answers to questions about motors and batteries and radios. Cut cardboard and lay down hot glue.
We will have a limited number of kits available for pickup at the event, join BoxBots today to reserve yours!
This is the weekly working meeting for contributors to the F.A.T.T. Project.
If you are new to access systems, open source projects, or RFID please read up on the documentation before joining the meeting.
A uber conference or hangout available for those not in town. Will be messaged out on the slack channel.
This 25 min. tour will give you and overview of the space and tools, a good idea on how the community and organization work, and the information you need join.
PLEASE ARRIVE ON TIME!
AMT is a makerspace/hackerspace (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hackerspace) dedicated to education, hacking, and maker culture. We look to provide opportunities for people to learn new skills and to educate themselves in a hands-on, immersive manner. We also provide an equipped shop and workspace for our members to collaboratively work on projects. We already have a few classes/workshops, and hope to offer an even broader range as we develop.
Thursday evenings are our general membership meetings, and weekly "open to the public" hours. See the membership in action and check out the space. Tours for public are given after the member meeting proper and folks are on hand for new member sign up.
Come by and see what we are about, it's free to visit!
Check out our website (http://acemonstertoys.org/) to see more of what goes on and what we have to offer.
Open to the public, Join us and work on your microcontroller, Arduino, or Raspberry Pi project or learn with other folks. This is an Open Lab for you to bring your hardware, meet fellow makers and talk about what you are working on and ask questions about how to get there from here.
We supply AC power and workspace for you to work on whatever you bring and show off to others. We have multimeters, soldering irons and spare components for you to work on that fantastic project.
We also have a limited selection of electronics hardware members can buy onsite. (Teensy, RPie, etc)
Feel free to come and just hang out and see our awesome space (and consider becoming a member).
This class is designed for new and soon-to-be members at AMT. It is all the information you need to get the most out of your membership and learn how you will make a difference in your community.
~ How to get into a class / get a class on the calendar
~ How queueing works
~ How to find information on tools
~ How the social contract works and why you should care
~ How to manage your bigger projects and storage
~ How to access AMT systems and platforms
~ How to get and stay certified
~ How to report out on tools and get help
~ How your membership privileges work
This class gives priority to dues paying members of Ace Monster Toys.
RSVP on Eventbright: https://amt-words-for-woke-leaders.eventbrite.com
Shared spaces should be welcoming to the whole community. This inclusive language workshop will focus on practical skills. Leaders will learn:
~ How to speak and think in an inclusive way.
~ How to direct behavior change in non-shaming ways for best results.
Soft Skills for Shared Spaces is a workshop series is specifically designed to address needs in makerspaces and shared space communities. Geared towards leaders and instructors is series also covers valuable skills community members in a variety of settings.
We have a limited number of sponsored tickets for each workshop. Contact [masked] to request a sponsored tickets if finances are an issue.
You're invited to come and hang out with the 3D printing crowd at Ace Monster Toys. We have a low-key gathering every two weeks. Everyone from newcomer to expert is welcome. AMT membership is not required.
We start with 3D printer 101. This training is now required for AMT members who want to use our printers. It takes about 30 minutes or so. You may leave after the training if you don't want to hang out, or you may skip the training and show up later.
The remainder of the meeting is unstructured; we tend to do whatever the attendees feel like doing. For example:
Design for 3D printing can be daunting. Sometimes we plug in the projector and demonstrate the basics of CAD for 3D printing. Got a simple project in mind? Maybe we can bring it to life!
If you're having trouble with your printer, bring it along; we'll get you going! (Contact the steward if you think the issue is more extensive than can be handled at a hangout).
Have a new project to show off? We'd love to see it!
Have you built your own printer? Bring it for show-and-tell! Did you _know_ you can build your own? We'll show you what's involved.
So grab your enthusiasm and your curiosity, and join us!