• Makerspace Open Evening

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    Come and meet the members of Basingstoke Makerspace, and see how your local Makerspace is developing so far. Note that as this and all Meetups are advertised on Facebook, on our website and elsewhere, generally we get an attendance of 15-25 people when we have a talk on an open evening, and at least 10-20 on a typical open evening, so those signed up through Meetup to attend are just the tip of the iceberg... What is a makerspace? A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace. These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking, Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date. • What we'll do Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve. • What to bring Bring your ideas and projects to work on. • Important to know If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.

  • Makerspace Open Evening

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    Come and meet the members of Basingstoke Makerspace, and see how your local Makerspace is developing so far. Note that as this and all Meetups are advertised on Facebook, on our website and elsewhere, generally we get an attendance of 15-25 people when we have a talk on an open evening, and at least 10-20 on a typical open evening, so those signed up through Meetup to attend are just the tip of the iceberg... What is a makerspace? A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace. These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking, Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date. • What we'll do Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve. • What to bring Bring your ideas and projects to work on. • Important to know If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.

  • Makerspace Open Evening

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    Come and meet the members of Basingstoke Makerspace, and see how your local Makerspace is developing so far. Note that as this and all Meetups are advertised on Facebook, on our website and elsewhere, generally we get an attendance of 15-25 people when we have a talk on an open evening, and at least 10-20 on a typical open evening, so those signed up through Meetup to attend are just the tip of the iceberg... What is a makerspace? A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace. These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking, Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date. • What we'll do Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve. • What to bring Bring your ideas and projects to work on. • Important to know If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.

  • Makerspace Open Evening

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    Come and meet the members of Basingstoke Makerspace, and see how your local Makerspace is developing so far. Note that as this and all Meetups are advertised on Facebook, on our website and elsewhere, generally we get an attendance of 15-25 people when we have a talk on an open evening, and at least 10-20 on a typical open evening, so those signed up through Meetup to attend are just the tip of the iceberg... What is a makerspace? A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace. These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking, Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date. • What we'll do Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve. • What to bring Bring your ideas and projects to work on. • Important to know If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.

  • Raspberry Pi Night

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    £25.00

    • What we'll do Our regular gathering for Makerspace members interested in Raspberry Pi hardware and software. • What to bring Raspbery Pi, Power Supply, SD Card. Any other parts you want to make use of. • Important to know If you park in the car park outside collect a pass so you don't get a fine. • Cost FREE to fully paid up members. £25 to non members.

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  • Makerspace Open Evening

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    Come and meet the members of Basingstoke Makerspace, and see how your local Makerspace is developing so far. Note that as this and all Meetups are advertised on Facebook, on our website and elsewhere, generally we get an attendance of 15-25 people when we have a talk on an open evening, and at least 10-20 on a typical open evening, so those signed up through Meetup to attend are just the tip of the iceberg... What is a makerspace? A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace. These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking, Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date. • What we'll do Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve. • What to bring Bring your ideas and projects to work on. • Important to know If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.

  • Makerspace Open Evening

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    Come and meet the members of Basingstoke Makerspace, and see how your local Makerspace is developing so far. Note that as this and all Meetups are advertised on Facebook, on our website and elsewhere, generally we get an attendance of 15-25 people when we have a talk on an open evening, and at least 10-20 on a typical open evening, so those signed up through Meetup to attend are just the tip of the iceberg... What is a makerspace? A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace. These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking, Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date. • What we'll do Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve. • What to bring Bring your ideas and projects to work on. • Important to know If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.

  • Basingstoke Friends Pizza Night (+ Brief AGM)

    Needs a location

    Come and join Bob and Jane and others from Basingstoke Friends in Brighton Hill for Pizzas from 7.30pm onwards. Please bring a drink if you have a favourite tipple with your pizza. The club will provide a choice of pizzas from Dominos .... Please let us know before the evening if you are going to attend so we can order enough pizza. We will also be having a brief AGM to approve the club accounts for Jan - Dec 2018 ... there's not much in them so this will be very brief. Also we will have a general discussion on how people want the club to evolve over the next year or so. We can discuss ideas like whether you would prefer it to operate on a Pay As You Go basis or some other way ... what kind of events do you want to do over the next 12 months. Non-members, Meetup subscribers and guests will be welcome to participate in the AGM debate but may not vote!! Members who are more than 3 months overdue with their subscriptions may only vote at the discretion of the meeting. Contact Bob on [masked] for details of the location ... this is at a private house!! Agenda: Welcome & Quorum Reports and accounts for 2018 "Where do we go from here?" Budget and subscriptions for 2019 Election AOB Close of AGM

  • Makerspace Open Evening

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    Come and meet the members of Basingstoke Makerspace, and see how your local Makerspace is developing so far. Note that as this and all Meetups are advertised on Facebook, on our website and elsewhere, generally we get an attendance of 15-25 people when we have a talk on an open evening, and at least 10-20 on a typical open evening, so those signed up through Meetup to attend are just the tip of the iceberg... What is a makerspace? A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace. These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking, Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date. • What we'll do Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve. • What to bring Bring your ideas and projects to work on. • Important to know If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.

  • Makerspace Open Evening

    Basingstoke, Makerspace.

    Come and meet the members of Basingstoke Makerspace, and see how your local Makerspace is developing so far. Note that as this and all Meetups are advertised on Facebook, on our website and elsewhere, generally we get an attendance of 15-25 people when we have a talk on an open evening, and at least 10-20 on a typical open evening, so those signed up through Meetup to attend are just the tip of the iceberg... What is a makerspace? A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools. These spaces are open to kids, adults, and entrepreneurs and have a variety of maker equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, cnc machines, soldering irons and even sewing machines. A makerspace however doesn’t need to include all of these machines or even any of them to be considered a makerspace. If you have cardboard, Lego bricks and art supplies you’re in business. It’s more of the maker mindset of creating something out of nothing and exploring your own interests that’s at the core of a makerspace. These spaces are also helping to prepare those who need the critical 21st century skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They provide hands on learning, help with critical thinking skills and even boost self-confidence. Some of the skills that are learned in a makerspace pertain to electronics, 3D printing, 3D modelling, coding, robotics and even woodworking, Makerspaces are also fostering entrepreneurship and are being utilised as incubators and accelerators for business startups. There have already been some amazing success stories (http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/07/7-successful-products-to-emerge-from-san-franciscos-techshop/241291/#slide3) that have come out of makerspaces to date. • What we'll do Weekly open evening when you can come along and chat about your projects and what you would like to achieve. • What to bring Bring your ideas and projects to work on. • Important to know If you park here you need to display a permit. Park if there is space and ask for a permit to display. If you are a paying member you can keep the permit.