• Hackspace Project Night - Open to Everyone!

    Cambridge Hackspace

    Spend some time on your project by bringing it along to our weekly project night, an evening designed around you and what you're working on. This weekly event is about finding time to tinker, being creative, and meeting other members of the community. You'll get the chance to see what others are working on, share your projects, and to get inspiration and feedback from fellow tinkerers. On any given Tuesday night you have people working on electronics, knitting, writing code, wood-working, or just their plans for world domination. Beer is also consumed. We’ll provide: space to work, basic tools, power, a room full of like minded people. You’ll provide: your project, ideas and beer (optional). A laptop would probably be useful too. Sometimes we work on group projects together, which are usually set up as separate meetup events. Keep an eye on our events page to see what we’re working on next. Note: We usually have around 10 or 20 people at these events, many of our members come along but aren't counted as they don't respond on meetup.

  • Free Workshop: Introduction to Laser Cutting

    Cambridge Hackspace

    This free 1 hour workshop is for anyone interested in laser cutting, how it works, what you can cut, etc... We'll cover: - Materials you can cut - Correct setup/calibration of the machine - Use of the software - Safety - Hands on using the machine to make something. You can bring in your own small (1"x3" or 50x75mm) design to cut. * Please read our new online training guide (work in progress) here https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BfuX7BQWeZoGInxtWDIFzqIuTyDUCleBAqxDUBbWxvo/edit?usp=sharing This workshop also serves as training for the laser cutter, so if you are interested in becoming a member and using the laser cutter for your own projects, then you can get started right away. Our building is in an unusual location so please check our map here - https://www.cambridgehackspace.com/contact ----------------------------------- If you want to use the laser cutter for your own projects then you'll need to be a member of Cambridge Hackspace, membership is $75 a month, can can be canceled at any time. Once trained, laser cutter usage is charged at $0.40/min. A discounted rate of $0.20 a minute is avaliable if you pre-pay for $100 of laser time when you join. (laser usage is only charged when the laser is firing)

  • Hackspace Project Night - Open to Everyone!

    Cambridge Hackspace

    Spend some time on your project by bringing it along to our weekly project night, an evening designed around you and what you're working on. This weekly event is about finding time to tinker, being creative, and meeting other members of the community. You'll get the chance to see what others are working on, share your projects, and to get inspiration and feedback from fellow tinkerers. On any given Tuesday night you have people working on electronics, knitting, writing code, wood-working, or just their plans for world domination. Beer is also consumed. We’ll provide: space to work, basic tools, power, a room full of like minded people. You’ll provide: your project, ideas and beer (optional). A laptop would probably be useful too. Sometimes we work on group projects together, which are usually set up as separate meetup events. Keep an eye on our events page to see what we’re working on next. Note: We usually have around 10 or 20 people at these events, many of our members come along but aren't counted as they don't respond on meetup.

  • Hackspace Project Night - Open to Everyone!

    Cambridge Hackspace

    Spend some time on your project by bringing it along to our weekly project night, an evening designed around you and what you're working on. This weekly event is about finding time to tinker, being creative, and meeting other members of the community. You'll get the chance to see what others are working on, share your projects, and to get inspiration and feedback from fellow tinkerers. On any given Tuesday night you have people working on electronics, knitting, writing code, wood-working, or just their plans for world domination. Beer is also consumed. We’ll provide: space to work, basic tools, power, a room full of like minded people. You’ll provide: your project, ideas and beer (optional). A laptop would probably be useful too. Sometimes we work on group projects together, which are usually set up as separate meetup events. Keep an eye on our events page to see what we’re working on next. Note: We usually have around 10 or 20 people at these events, many of our members come along but aren't counted as they don't respond on meetup.

  • Hackspace Project Night - Open to Everyone!

    Cambridge Hackspace

    Spend some time on your project by bringing it along to our weekly project night, an evening designed around you and what you're working on. This weekly event is about finding time to tinker, being creative, and meeting other members of the community. You'll get the chance to see what others are working on, share your projects, and to get inspiration and feedback from fellow tinkerers. On any given Tuesday night you have people working on electronics, knitting, writing code, wood-working, or just their plans for world domination. Beer is also consumed. We’ll provide: space to work, basic tools, power, a room full of like minded people. You’ll provide: your project, ideas and beer (optional). A laptop would probably be useful too. Sometimes we work on group projects together, which are usually set up as separate meetup events. Keep an eye on our events page to see what we’re working on next. Note: We usually have around 10 or 20 people at these events, many of our members come along but aren't counted as they don't respond on meetup.

  • Hackspace Project Night + Easy mold making and casting

    Cambridge Hackspace

    Easy mold making and casting- Learn an easy and safe way to make molds and cast plastic in them at this free event. Materials (free): Alumilite Amazing Mold Putty Polydoh moldable Plastic, 105°F Low Temperature Version Please bring something small to make a mold of. Project night- Spend some time on your project by bringing it along to our weekly project night, an evening designed around you and what you're working on. This weekly event is about finding time to tinker, being creative, and meeting other members of the community. You'll get the chance to see what others are working on, share your projects, and to get inspiration and feedback from fellow tinkerers. On any given Tuesday night you have people working on electronics, knitting, writing code, wood-working, or just their plans for world domination. Beer is also consumed. We’ll provide: space to work, basic tools, power, a room full of like minded people. You’ll provide: your project, ideas and beer (optional). A laptop would probably be useful too. Sometimes we work on group projects together, which are usually set up as separate meetup events. Keep an eye on our events page to see what we’re working on next. Note: We usually have around 10 or 20 people at these events, many of our members come along but aren't counted as they don't respond on meetup.

  • Free Workshop: Introduction to Laser Cutting

    Cambridge Hackspace

    This free 1 hour workshop is for anyone interested in laser cutting, how it works, what you can cut, etc... We'll cover: - Materials you can cut - Correct setup/calibration of the machine - Use of the software - Safety This workshop also serves as training for the laser cutter, so if you are interested in becoming a member and using the laser cutter for your own projects, then you can get started right away. ----------------------------------- If you want to use the laser cutter for your own projects then you'll need to be a member of Cambridge Hackspace, membership is $75 a month, can can be canceled at any time. Once trained, laser cutter usage is charged at $0.40/min. A discounted rate of $0.20 a minute is avaliable if you pre-pay for $100 of laser time when you join. (laser usage is only charged when the laser is firing)

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  • Hackspace Project Night - Open to Everyone!

    Cambridge Hackspace

    Spend some time on your project by bringing it along to our weekly project night, an evening designed around you and what you're working on. This weekly event is about finding time to tinker, being creative, and meeting other members of the community. You'll get the chance to see what others are working on, share your projects, and to get inspiration and feedback from fellow tinkerers. On any given Tuesday night you have people working on electronics, knitting, writing code, wood-working, or just their plans for world domination. Beer is also consumed. We’ll provide: space to work, basic tools, power, a room full of like minded people. You’ll provide: your project, ideas and beer (optional). A laptop would probably be useful too. Sometimes we work on group projects together, which are usually set up as separate meetup events. Keep an eye on our events page to see what we’re working on next. Note: We usually have around 10 or 20 people at these events, many of our members come along but aren't counted as they don't respond on meetup.

  • Special Goodbye Party for Richard, Anna, & Alma

    Cambridge Hackspace

    Richard and Anna Hawthorn have been guiding forces for Cambridge Hackspace since the very beginning. But soon, they (and their beautiful daughter Alma) are moving back to the UK. Before they leave, Hackspace members are gathering to give them a send-off, with "last chance" items they won't be able to get, once they cross the Atlantic. Aeronaut beer, Fluffernutters, Whoopie Pies, Necco wafers, and other local specialties will be served. So for one night only, the weekly "Open Project Night" will be devoted to Richard, Anna and Alma. Join us!

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  • Hackspace Project Night - Open to Everyone!

    Cambridge Hackspace

    Spend some time on your project by bringing it along to our weekly project night, an evening designed around you and what you're working on. This weekly event is about finding time to tinker, being creative, and meeting other members of the community. You'll get the chance to see what others are working on, share your projects, and to get inspiration and feedback from fellow tinkerers. On any given Tuesday night you have people working on electronics, knitting, writing code, wood-working, or just their plans for world domination. Beer is also consumed. We’ll provide: space to work, basic tools, power, a room full of like minded people. You’ll provide: your project, ideas and beer (optional). A laptop would probably be useful too. Sometimes we work on group projects together, which are usually set up as separate meetup events. Keep an eye on our events page to see what we’re working on next. Note: We usually have around 10 or 20 people at these events, many of our members come along but aren't counted as they don't respond on meetup.