We are a non-profit makerspace. We offer classes and events on all sorts of making. Most are open to everyone. Then for a fee (starting at $50/month), you can join as a member and have 24/7 access to our workshop and tools.
Some of the projects our members work on: aquaponics, FIRST robotics, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Internet of Things (IoT), electronics, ham / amateur radio, wearable electronics, home automation, microcontrollers, quadcopters, drones, 3D printing, art, etc. We are working on offering a wide range of classes from Minecraft to sewing to LED lighting to Linux to lockpicking to movie making and photography. Whether your interest is technology like hardware or electronic devices, software, or artistic like art, design, film, or music, we're here to help you with your projects.
Our workshop currently has several 3D printers, a plastic former, a laser cutter, several CNC routers, machine tools including a CNC mill, vertical mill and metal lathes and one of the best equipped woodshops you'll ever see! We also have a first-rate electronics bench. We have multiple quad copters and robot kits. We are continuously acquiring more equipment and are in the process of setting up a computing lab to support the programming, design and fabrication tools.
Join us at M3 for a project presentation, work on your projects, and chat with fellow enthusiasts about life, the universe, and everything. We cover the usual suspects such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi but will often dive deep on topics such as ARM, PIC, IoT, Cypress, FPGA, and more!
Other than materials, this workshop is free and open to everyone. Tampa Hackerspace is a volunteer run, 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are gratefully accepted. There is a donation jar onsite or you can donate at https://paypal.me/HackTampa
Lets get together to build some cool projects and meet some very cool people. Join us to work on your stuff, bounce ideas off of members and socialize.
Occasionally, we'll throw in a small class.
Free and open to everyone.
Woodshop Safety. Get signed off on the jointer, planer, and new bandsaw. YOU MUST HAVE PREVIOUSLY TAKEN THE GENERAL WOODSHOP SAFETY COURSE.
This meetup is open to paid members only. For details on becoming a member of Tampa Hackerspace, please visit http://tampahackerspace.com/membership/
Limit 6 students.