Our western wall in the Makerspace had fallen into disrepair, and Michael Cullerot decided to step up and fix it.
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A generous benefactor donated a combination shear/brake/roller to the Makerspace (all donations to the space are tax deductible, by the way). It’s capable of light-duty sheet metal cutting, bending, and rolling into curved shapes. We also acquired a larger sheet metal brake, which allows us to bend much heavier metals much more precisely. Both tools […]
The Manchester Makerspace was happy to deliver a portable First Lego League practice table to the Mill Falls Charter School FLL Team. The table was designed and built by a group of members over a one-month period at the Manchester Makerspace. Important design considerations included portability, warp resistance, and tight tolerances for connection points and […]
We use our TIG welder to repair a broken wheelchair caster for a friend of a member!
Free and open to the public – come bring your broken items you’d like to investigate fixing and we’ll do our best to lend you a hand and happily advise – with refreshments and good conversation!
Are you a maker, creator, artist, tinkerer or community-motivated? Are you interested in building things or interested in arts and culture? Come visit us and say hi at Manchester Makerspace! *NOTE: We are holding our Open House this week on TUESDAY, MAY 30TH in observance of Memorial Day.
Join us for the the next PineSec on Wednesday, June 6th – an informal meetup of IT Security professionals and hobbyists. As always, this meetup is open to the public.
Want to give your planters a bit more pep? Or to make a unique gift for Mother’s Day? Join us for this fun afternoon workshop for all ages and learn multiple techniques for decorating terra cotta pots! In addition to a couple pots per person, a variety of materials will be provided. Participants are also welcomed to bring some of their own for a more personalized flair.
For this month’s feature project Chris Perry is showing of his toolbox that he put together inspired by Adam Savage’s (check it out ->https://www.wired.com/2012/08/inside-adam-savages-toolbox/) Always have the right tool with you!
Join us for PineSec: a public “CitySec” Information Security Meetup this Wednesday, May 3rd! PineSec is open to the public – an informal monthly event for people with an interest in Internet Security, Information Security, hacking, programming, radio, and related topics.