Welcome to Rockville Science Center Makerspace at the Rockville Memorial Library in Town Center! This is a public makerspace as a service to local residents and represents city and county support of science and technology initiatives.
The mission of Rockville Science Center, Inc. (RSC) (http://www.rockvillesciencecenter.org/) is to inspire a passion for lifelong exploration of science for our diverse community. Through our programs and quest to bring a permanent interactive Science Center to Rockville and Montgomery County, we work to cultivate a sense of inquiry, discovery, wonder and understanding of the scientific foundations of everyday life.
In 2016 Montgomery County solicited RSC to coordinate staffing and programs for this exciting new space. Our all-volunteer makerspace group serves our local area by providing patrons access to tools and makerspace resources. We inspire collaboration and have a lot of fun creating together!
Come to the makerspace at the 2nd floor of the Rockville public library. Especially home schooling parents: bring your kids to the makerspace to make projects such as electronic circuits, Arduino projects, soldering, hot glue, 3D print your design and 2D/ 3D carve your design using a shopbot. Kids and adults, come explore and discuss your ideas
Come to the makerspace to make projects such as electronic circuits, Arduino fun projects, soldering, paper craft, 3D print, 2D/3D carving using a ShopBot. Bring your kids, 10 years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Learn the type of locks, how they work and how to identify them.
Also, you will learn the science behind the techniques to pick a lock, bypass the lock’s security features, how those features interact with each other and how to assess and identify flaws in these systems and create solutions to those problems. Age: 10 years old and up
Host: Matt McHenry