What we're about

Annapolis Makerspace is a shared workshop run by a group of people interested in robotics, computers, woodworking, art, and anything else STEM related. Members can use the space 24/7 to work on projects, socialize with other members, and learn.

Check out our website @ http://www.makeannapolis.org for more info. We have a weekly orientation class if you would like to be a paid member. We have several events each month that do not require membership, so feel free to join to meetup group to see when those events are posted.

Events at our space are open to all ages; however, anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied and supervised by an adult.

We are located at:
2014 Renard Court, Unit C
Annapolis, MD 21401

Upcoming events (5)

CAD/CAM and CNC with Autodesk Fusion 360

Online event

So you can do 3D design, but you want to do something practical with it like mill your design on a CNC router. This companion workshop, to our Autodesk Fusion 360 workshop on the first Tuesday of every month, will help you with the next step in the CAD/CAM process.

Topics can include CAM programming, setting up work on the router, router maintenance and improvements.

Monthly General Meeting & Open House (Virtual & In Person)

Annapolis Makerspace

Join us for our monthly meeting! This is open to both members and the public.

Have questions about the space? Want to get more involved? Interested in meeting other craftspeople people like yourself?

Makerspace business will begin at 7pm, but the public is welcome to show up at 7 if you're curious about the nuts and bolts of what we're doing. Open house starts at 7:30pm.

Meeting will be both online and in-person, whatever is most comfortable for you!

Online meeting at:
https://meet.google.com/wog-iedq-ocy

In person at the makerspace:
2014 Renard Ct, Unit C, Annapolis, MD 21401

Fusion360 CAD Night

Online event

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• What we'll do
Interested in CAD? Russ is. Join him every first Tuesday of the month at 7pm to discuss and work on CAD projects in fusion 360.

It is recommended to bring a computer with Fusion 360 installed (it is free for hobbyist use).

CAD/CAM and CNC with Autodesk Fusion 360

Online event

So you can do 3D design, but you want to do something practical with it like mill your design on a CNC router. This companion workshop, to our Autodesk Fusion 360 workshop on the first Tuesday of every month, will help you with the next step in the CAD/CAM process.

Topics can include CAM programming, setting up work on the router, router maintenance and improvements.

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Fusion360 CAD Night

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